Birthday balloon party ideas for your adorable kid
Every kid in the world loves balloons. Also, they are an easy way to create any birthday celebration super festive and beautiful. You’re apparently already planning on decorating your mailbox and front porch with balloons to let people know where the party is, but you might be stuck when it comes to decorating with birthday balloons indoors.
No problem! We’ll solve the problem. Have a look at the below-mentioned points.
Create a Garland
This one is an easy task. All you need to do is blow up the requisite number of balloons. String them together using a large needle and a long length of yarn. And you are done. Make sure not to poke the balloons themselves with the needle!
Hang Birthday Balloons from the Ceiling
Inflate colorful balloons, tie ribbons to the balloons and use scotch tape to secure them to your ceiling. This incorporates an extra tinge of excitement over a dining table, buffet, or even the birthday child’s bed!
Put a spoonful of multicolored confetti inside each balloon before blowing it up. Once it’s inflated, the confetti adds extra glamor!
Jumbo Tulle Balloons
If you are planning a princess or fairy birthday party then instead of the normal-sized balloons, go for jumbo ones. Cover each in a length of tulle or another sheer, feminine fabric. Assemble the fabric together at the balloon’s base and tie with wide ribbon which turns out to be a nice touch.
Get Silly with String!
Don’t use balloon simply – Amaze your guests by getting creative with the string. Begin with plain colored helium balloons, then let your imagination run savage!
Firstly tie several lengths of curling ribbon to the balloon, afterward use scissors to give them that curl. Novelty yarns, wired holiday ribbon, paper chains, popcorn garlands, feathers, or even strips of sparkly fabric are other great ornaments.
It’s Party Time!
Just a little creativity and some supplies (or your craft room!), you can whip up birthday balloons that might just emulate the cake and catch a lot of eyes!