DIY Balloon Wedding Decor
Giant round balloons add cheer and color to your celebration, while gold garland strings lend a hint of glamour.
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This couple's hand-crafted huppa consisted of fabric garlands held at the center by three extra-large balloons.
Silver Mylar heart balloons tied to chairs added a whimsical vibe to this couple's otherwise minimalist decor.
This couple snuck a peck on the way to their reception for a balloon-filled photo op.
New Year's Nuptials
Huge balloons and a confetti-strewn floor added some panache to this couple's New Year's Eve wedding.
A Colorful Touch
The couple called upon Party Land WLA to create a rainbow balloon arch to mark the start of their post-ceremony bike ride.
Pair all-white floral centerpieces with large, helium-filled balloons for a crisp and whimsical reception look.
This couple added a sunny punch of color to their wedding reception with giant balloons in a bold yellow hue.
A Parading Party
Help your reception take flight with floating escort cards that double as centerpieces once guests find their tables. On your wedding day, have a few friends fill balloons with helium (you can rent a tank from a party store), then add guests' names and table numbers with a paint pen, tie on matching embroidery thread, and secure them to favor boxes filled with candy. Write on both sides of the balloons so loved ones can locate their names from every angle.
A few cheery wedding guests walk down Fifth Avenue with balloons on their way to the reception.
Balloon Escort Cards
Large helium balloons added a playful touch to this couple's wedding ceremony.
Let balloons rise to the occasion as a simple yet stylish way to fill a big space. The secret to a grown-up look? A simple color palette. Attach them to ribbons to make garlands for the ceiling.
Oversize helium balloons, tied with baker's twine to small rocks wrapped in red-and-white-striped cotton shirting, alternate with white bowls filled with cushion moss.
A Grand Entrance
Let guests know they’re walking into a good time by filling the foyer of your reception space with balloons reminiscent of the fizz in sparkling vino. Ask your photographer to hang out in the wings and capture everyone’s arrival on film.
Balloon Table Numbers
Huge white balloons bearing red table numbers tags were anchored by horseshoes.
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