Trend You Need to Know: Balloon Styling for your Wedding

Balloons bring such joyous memories from early childhood, and why wouldn't you have them on your special day?

Nothing says 'celebration' more than balloons and flowers, and these beautiful creations are utterly romantic, whimsical and perfectly unique for your wedding or special event!

From welcoming your guests, to saying "I Do", clinking glasses and dancing on the dance floor; here are some beautiful bespoke and grown-up ways to incorporate and style balloons for your event.

Welcoming guests with balloons at the entrance

A beautiful decor sets the tone and atmosphere of your wedding. Get your guests excited as they arrive with a balloon entrance!


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Balloons styled as your ceremony backdrop

Balloons are a wonderful way to add a little bit more fun and joy to your ceremony.

For the minimalist, white balloons with attached vines create visual appeal when styled at different heights. If you're a lover of colour and flowers, having a bright balloon garland decorated with florals would provide a beautiful backdrop for the exchanging of your vows!


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Adding balloons to decorate your reception

Create something pretty to look at with flower petals in transparent balloons!


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Gold balloons and pops of colour highlight the delicious sweets on the cake table:


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Letter and word balloons can be a great conversation starter for your guests!


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Balloons as a suspended statement piece

Sometimes, all you need is to invest in one feature styling piece for your wedding or event - imagine the endless possibilities of using balloons for this!


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Nobody can be uncheered by balloons! Am I right?