Because party balloons are affordable and bright, people like purchasing and playing with them. They are now widely used at birthday celebrations all over the globe, and they are widely used at birthday parties all over the world. This is a guide on how to use balloons for decorations.
For a festive focal point, inflate, tie, and clip regular-sized 5-inch balloons to a ribbon. If you need to inflate dozens of balloons quickly, a hand pump is the way to go! Your guests will definitely be in awe of your fabulous decoration.
Tie the bases of a cluster of balloons together, then attach a contrasting-color center to make adorable daisies.
To create a pennant look, fold washi tape over strings and cut notches in the ends. Fill transparent balloons with tissue-paper confetti and add neon-hued office-supply stickers to the strings. Cut the bottom off a water bottle and use the top as a funnel to fill a balloon with confetti or goodies. Finally, add some serious flare to jumbo-size floaters by tying ribbons to the balloon’s end.
Parting Party Gift
Send visitors home with helium balloons decorated with cutout paper numbers that correspond to the age of the children. This will make your party more memorable for your guests when they go home. A week may go by and when they see the gift, they’ll think ‘Wow! What a great party that was.’
Use white paint pens to write slogans like “Let’s Party!” on black inflatables for a chalkboard-like effect. This is a cool way to decorate if your party has a black and white theme.