I just found the best instructions on balloon arches and I just HAVE to share! This video demonstration provides crystal clear, step-by-step detail on how you can make a spiraling, three-color arch for your next party. (Don’t miss a resource for inspiring arch images at the end of this post!)
Helium can significantly increase the cost of your decorations so making a balloon arch without helium, like this one, is a money saver. It’s also pretty darn easy!
I am not a professional balloon decorator. I’m a mom – which means I get to be a jack of all trades and decorating for birthday parties has always been my assigned task.
Once you learn how to make balloon decorations, the next trick is to figure out how to use them to offset your party space. There are a number of ways you can use a balloon arch in your decorations to make a stunning presentation.
Think of a balloon arch as a frame. Anything underneath or between the arch’s ends will be highlighted as if it were the picture inside the photo frame.
Silver balloons make great 25th wedding anniversary decorations. Mix shades of silver to get the most sparkling display for your party. Silver foil balloons, silver swirled balloon arches, and rich balloon centerpieces wrapped around silver candlesticks can be elegant, sophisticated, and absolutely charming.
A balloon arch can be used as a decoration at the entrance to any party event – a birthday, wedding reception, baby shower or dinner party. They make a wonderful party attraction and provide the perfect backdrop for pictures. Follow these tips to make a helium balloon arch decoration using three colors.