If you think that balloons are just for children’s parties, it’s time to think again! Today we’re showing you how you can use beautiful balloons throughout your wedding. With a more grown-up vibe and a dash of serious style, you won’t be able to resist including balloons in your big day…
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Balloons can make for some really wonderful wedding photographs, particularly when they’re used as props. They can create some fun and creative photographs with your new hubby-to-be or your bridesmaids, and they’re guaranteed to get you giggling!
You could even get personalised balloons with your newlywed names and the date of your special day – how fab would they look in your photographs? Balloons come in all shapes, sizes and colours too so don’t be afraid to get imaginative. Whether you opt for balloons that spell out LOVE or ‘MR & MRS’, we can promise you that they will look amazing.
Start your wedding day in style by tying some colourful balloons to your wedding signs. Whether they’re personalised signs directing your guests to your venue or blackboards showcasing your favourite quotes, they’ll add a special touch to your wedding signage.
Balloons can be used to add a pop of colour to your wedding venue, transforming even the simplest of spaces into a colourful and vibrant celebration. We love the idea of placing balloons at the entrance or doorway of your wedding venue, so that guests feel like they’re walking into a ultra-stylish party!
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You can simply dot them around your wedding venue too for extra interest. Opt for balloons that fit in with your theme and colour scheme. For instance, if you’re having an elegant or greenery-inspired wedding day, you may want white balloons with foliage entwined around the string. Clear balloons filled with greenery also look very chic, and they’re a popular choice for minimalist or urban weddings.
If traditional wedding centrepieces don’t leave you feeling smitten, don’t fret! We think that balloons make an original table centrepiece for your reception, especially if you want to make a statement with your wedding décor. A single balloon in the middle of a round table will look fab, but you could also line various balloons along the length of a wooden trestle table. Small balloons would also make fun chair covers for the bride and groom.
Confetti balloons are also a must-have for any wedding day, and they’ll create so much fun for you and your guests! Balloons filled with colourful confetti not only look fabulous at your wedding venue, they will look amazing in your photographs!
As you can see, beautiful balloons can be grown-up, stylish and so wonderful for your wedding day…
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