The wedding scene is full of balloon decorations: engagement photos, bridal showers and the church ceremony.
Why not? We all loved balloons as children, so why shouldn't we embrace them today?
We have compiled a collection of stunningly beautiful wedding decorations. You could make some of these decorations yourself or have your fiancé do them! ).
Balloons can be a cost-effective and stylish way to refresh your ceremony space. They add a splash of colour to a neutral-coloured place or add elegance to a location where you may not have much control, such as a registry office. These balloons look great in every photo of you walking down the aisle.
Flower Girl Balloons
For the most adorable wedding photos, kit out your flower girls by wrapping balloons around their wrists. This is an excellent alternative if you don't have permission to throw petals at your wedding venue. The youngest flower girls will love it. This can be done for the ring bearer, but it is not recommended. You can use feather-filled or confetti balloons for this purpose.
During Your Portraits
Oversized balloons are fun to add a whimsical touch and make your wedding portraits stand out. These pastel colours are great for spring and summer weddings, and you can also use metallic foil balloons to create a more glamorous fall or winter look.
Installation of the Entrance
This ombre-pink balloon with a flower arch will lead your guests to your reception. This is a great spot for the couple to take photos, and it's also a great talking point. This is the best way to make your guests remember you.
A statement ceiling can be used to decorate your reception venue with individual hanging balloons or cluster canopy. If your balloons are not attached to the ceiling, make sure they use Hi-Float or qualatex balloons. Otherwise, you will be dumping balloons all over the place by dessert.
Top Table Decoration
Giant "Mrs. and Mrs." balloons add a great touch to your top table. They can even be personalized with the bride's new surname (if necessary). Attach them to the backs of the couple's seats and place them on the top of the table.
There are so many creative ways that balloons can be used in your centerpieces. The balloons with ivy-clad tops are used to carry table numbers, and this height makes your wedding photos look dramatic. This hot air balloon centerpiece is a unique and delightful way to use balloons, and it's great for rustic weddings in barns or outdoor settings.
Just Married Balloons
These clever balloons look great dotted around the wedding venue or tied to the car by the newlyweds as they depart!
These giant balloons are three feet tall and will add a wow to your wedding décor. They also come in a same-sex design so you can have a wedding that these balloons won't fit!
These chic white confetti balls will add a romantic touch to your decor that your young guests will love shaking.