balloon decoration for wedding

Dec­o­rat­ing awith bal­loons is the eas­i­est and rel­a­tive­ly inex­pen­sive way to cre­ate a fes­tive atmos­phere. Prop­er­ly select­ed dec­o­ra­tions will help to hide the flaws of the room and make it tru­ly fes­tive.

Decorating the hall with balloons for a wedding

If you are plan­ning to com­mis­sion dec­o­ra­tions, ask your dec­o­ra­tors to show you the main ideas and dec­o­ra­tion options. If you are going to dec­o­rate the hall your­self, pick up not only bal­loons, but also orig­i­nal air fig­ures with which you can diver­si­fy the col­or of the walls of the room.

The main dec­o­ra­tion with bal­loons for the­is placed above the table of the bride and groom. It can be a huge heart or a dou­ble com­po­si­tion in the form of inter­twined hearts, rings, doves, etc. An air arch is also suit­able.

A large cir­cle of balls on the ceil­ing looks very impres­sive. Take the red balls and fas­ten them in a cir­cle. Fill the void with heli­um bal­loons. Attach paper hearts to the ends of their ropes.

A good idea is a sur­prise bal­loon. At first, it will sim­ply dec­o­rate the room, hang­ing above the ceil­ing, but at the end of the event, it will explode and delight guests with small balls, con­fet­ti, ser­pen­tine and small toys.

You can tie sev­er­al heli­um bal­loons into bun­dles and place them in the cen­ter of the table, secur­ing them with a weight. These “bou­quets” will come in handy at any air wed­ding.

Wed­ding dec­o­ra­tion ideas with bal­loons

Many cou­ples order white and red, but recent­ly orange and pur­ple, as well as shades of ivory, have become pop­u­lar.

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Ain a marine style looks orig­i­nal and fresh. In this case, it is impor­tant to order a room with white walls. The table­cloth and chairs should be white or blue. A big blue heart will show off on the pre­sid­i­um of the young. Trans­par­ent, white and blue heli­um bal­loons tied to the chairs will com­plete the over­all pic­ture and cre­ate an atmos­phere of flight.

Do-it-your­selfdec­o­ra­tion with ivory-col­ored bal­loons will suit lovers of the clas­sics. Make sure that the room is dom­i­nat­ed by light shades. A huge air arch at the entrance of white and beige bal­loons will look per­fect. Light pink small heli­um bal­loons will fly under the ceil­ing. You can com­ple­ment your­with fab­ric dec­o­ra­tions, for exam­ple, by dec­o­rat­ing chairs beau­ti­ful­ly with them.

For a pos­i­tive orange cel­e­bra­tion, you need to choose a room with orange walls and chairs. The table­cloth can be left white. Com­po­si­tions of white and orange bal­loons can be left at the entrance and addi­tion­al orange bal­loons can be launched under the ceil­ing.