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Decorating with Balloons

Hanging balloons, put a marble inside before you blow it up. Cheaper than paper lanterns!

Use golf tees to put balloons in the ground lining the walkway to your party.

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.

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!

Fill your ceiling with balloons.

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"

Have a small budget? Use balloons as your table centerpieces.

Simply using four oversized balloons can add some pizazz to your food table.

Hang balloons from a string for a decorative fence effect.

Use a high number of balloons tied to chairs for a dramatic look.

Confetti in a white or clear balloon.

Glowing Balloons! What A Great Night Party Idea! Take a glow stick or glow necklace and insert it inside the balloon before blowing it up.