Balloon Decorating Ideas!
Balloon Decorating Tips
page, we offer some instructions on how to make balloon
clusters, balloon garlands, balloon arches, balloon columns,
balloon clouds, balloon palm trees, balloon fish and balloon
flowers. You can also find directions for making rosettes from
A simple decorating ideas for a luncheon, baby shower or any
special event is to glue real rose petals onto
latex balloons. Just
use a spray adhesive (available at craft stores), spray one side
of the rose petal and stick on the balloon surface. Other flower
petals like daisies can also be used.
Balloon arches are
ideal for photo backdrops, entryways, and to hi-light different
areas around your party room and are easy to make.
If you don't want to do a Balloon Arch, a
column of balloons
will work much the same way that arches do, and can be used for
entryways, photo backdrop, or for a terrific splash of color
when placed at intervals around a party room. You make columns
in the same way as arches but they stand straight-up and can be
built to any height you wish.
Balloon swags & garlands
make the perfect accessory. They can be swagged and hung across
the ceiling of a tent, or a room with a high ceiling like
banquet halls or a gymnasium.
For any fantasy setting
Balloon Clouds are dreamy floating overhead. You can fill
with helium and secure with a balloon weight or drop them down
from the ceiling using fishing line, by doing this you don't
need helium. They work will for themes like castles, Cinderella,
rainbows, butterflies and gardens. You could also enhance
location themes like tropical, jungle, winter wonderland, and
etc. with balloon clouds.
Balloons can also be used on your floor space, just blow them up
and scatter them all over the floor, your guests will feel like
they are floating on a cloud. Scatter single balloons & also
clusters of balloons.
Add excitement to your party with a colorful Balloon Drop .
Fill balloons with helium. Tie curling ribbon to balloons and
group them together. (Odd numbers look best: 3, 5, or 7) Place
groupings of balloons around the party site.
Tie a bunch of helium-filled balloons to the guest of honor’s
chair, or tie one balloon to the back of each chair around the
Fill balloons with helium and attach to a balloon weight to
create inexpensive centerpieces.
If you choose not to use helium, tie balloons to varying lengths
of curling ribbon and hang balloons from the ceiling or from a
light fixture over the party table.
Inside your front door, hang an enlarged picture of your guest
of honor displayed on an easel. Attach helium filled balloons or
a mylar balloon displaying their new age!
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Patriotic Balloon Arch
Latex and Mylar balloons come
together to form this amazing red, white & blue arch. 10' high x 10' wide
(depending on placement). Arch is a patriotic decoration for any
event! Assembly and helium required
Hollywood Balloon Arch
This Hollywood Balloon Arch makes a
great entrance for your party guests. The arch includes silver
and black balloons and cardboard columns with silver film strip
accents. The Hollywood Balloon arch is 9' high x 4' wide when
the balloons are inflated with helium. Assembly required.
Lighted Hollywood Camera no longer available.
1950's Soda Balloon Arch
This 8' wide, 10' high soda shop arch is the
coolest photo setting for your sock hop! The striped straws and
silver corrugated mugs tempt you to taste the frosty "soda" made
of pink and white balloons. Assembly required.
Celestial Balloon Arch Each