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.
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.
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.
Stuffed balloons are a great idea for party decorations. Kids think these are the coolest thing ever but they work really well for grown-up parties, too. Best of all, they’re not as hard to do as you might think.