Decorating with Balloons
Méchant Studio Blog: festive
Hanging balloons, put a marble inside before you blow it up. Cheaper than paper lanterns!
Another great example of using balloons as table centerpieces. It only takes a few per centerpiece and they really fill a room - especially if your room has tall ceilings.
Create giant snowflakes for a "winter wonderland" theme.
If your event will primarily use balloons as decorations, try carrying that theme throughout the entire event - you can even put a picture of a balloon on your invitation.
DIY Balloon Party Invitations - you could do this with a CARES event flyer - you could use a plain balloon, it doesn't have to be custom printed. It will be sure to catch your residents' attention.
DIY Balloon Party Invitations!
Create a balloon wall - great for the backdrop for a food table, or use it as a backdrop for a photobooth.
Don't forget to use unconventional balloons - like these paper balloons you can use to decorate your food.
Don't just settle for solid-colored balloons - look for patterns, either in your local store or online.
Add decorative elements to your balloons - for instance, you could cut out black paper mustaches for a "sophisticated" theme.
PinkBlingCrafter: "Mustache Balloons"
Japanese Paper Balloons - DIY or buy online - great for a summer party.