Try this trick for simple balloon centerpieces you can make yourself for weddings, birthdays, or anniversaries. They look stunning but you can make them easily even if you have no experience.
For the best party decorations, you want layers of color and interest at all heights of the event area. That means some balloons up high (cloud ceilings, floating balloons, and arches) and some down low (columns and the bases of balloon arches) and some color and contrast in the middle – balloon centerpieces.
If you’re looking for a great party theme for little ones, check out these Sesame Street party supplies and ideas. Lots of cool Elmo, Big Bird, and Abby Cadabby decorations to make your child’s birthday extra special.
My son was an Elmo fan forever. Kids relate to his bright colors, big smile, and happy, excited energy. He’s fun to watch and kids think of him as their first, best friend.
I don’t know that it’s the formal term, but I call balloons gathered together by their curling ribbon or twisted together to form a group “clusters” of balloons. Balloon clusters are a great decoration idea for kids parties, to flag your house for an event, or to dress up the boundaries of your party area.
Elegant balloon centerpieces can be a beautiful AND inexpensive way to dress up a wedding reception, buffet table, or gift table. Watch this video demonstration of how to make an elegant balloon centerpiece and come up with unique ideas for your next event, reception or party.
I know – that’s a mouthful, isn’t it? However, that was the last balloon project I tackled. The story behind the concept is truly very sweet. This past July, my three sons and I went to visit my parents for…