15 Ways To DIY Balloons For Your Wedding
Cover balloons in colored tulle and secure with ribbon, flowers, tassels or any other craft item you have on hand.
Attach fresh or artificial flowers to balloon tails for an instant romantic, boho upgrade.
FLOWERS AND GREENERY
Tie balloons together and anchor at each end for an affordable and easy balloon arch.
Turn your balloons into save the dates, Mr. and Mrs. balloons, or even a wedding menu by writing on them with a Sharpie.
Fill transparent balloons with glitter, confetti, or tissue paper to get them glitzing from the inside out.
Make your own fringe balloons by attaching pieces of cloth, tassels, and ribbon to balloon tails – bonus points if they are your wedding colors.
TASSELS, CLOTH, AND RIBBON
Glue pompoms to balloons in alternating or monochrome colours to give them texture, depth, and style.
A garland is one of the more complicated balloon DIYs, but is truly worth the effort for the end result.
Turn balloons into escort cards by tying photos or names to helium-filled balloons.
No wedding is complete without some sparkle, so dip balloons in glitter for instant glamour.
Forget elaborate floral centerpieces – use balloons instead.
Paint your balloons in different patterns like ombre, marble, brush strokes, or stripes. If you’re feeling really creative, try using metallic, matte, or glitter paint.
Make an easy DIY cake topper with mini balloons and a few cake supplies.
Use your balloons as table numbers by tying numbers to the string of the balloons and filling them with helium.
Sometimes the best ideas are the most simple ones. Create a unique ceiling feature by covering the ceiling with various balloons in different shapes, sizes, and colours.
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