Our five favourite ways to display a floral balloon garland
There’s something super fun about combining two classic decorations. So if you’re looking décor with a difference, why not go for a balloon and flower garland, or, as we like to call them here… floroons! Perfect for displaying your colour palette in all its glory, these decorations pack a proper punch. I love the funked up natural vibes, how could a party not be awesome with one of these?! And they’re versatile too – use them as table runners, door frames, selfie backgrounds, or hanging to cover a large area. Use them any way you want! We predicted they’d be a 2019 trend, so here’s our favourite way to display them.
As an accent
Literally in love with this garland above the sweet table! Balloons accented with big blooms and sprigs of greenery makes for such a pretty picture. No one will miss this gorgeous display!
Placing giant helium filled balloons around your venue creates movement, atmosphere and pops of colour. Add a beautiful floral to the ribbon to create an elegant but fun floating decoration.
Ditch the flowers and use vines, ferns or a muted tone, like eucalyptus. Mini balloons work really well as a table runner. This is a great idea if you’re going for a white wedding – use white balloons to make the greenery really stand out.
Go big on the blooms
If you’d rather have more flower than balloon, use the balloons as a framework from which to hang your flowers. Drape trailing foliage and luxurious flowers around the balloons in complementary colours to really emphasise your colour palette.
Frame a door, frame a window, frame a backdrop for a photo…! An arch is a really versatile decoration that can be used in so many ways. It’s a lovely, fun focal point.
Floroons are a fun way to add beauty and colour to your day, we think they’re a great alternative to traditional decor, and versatile enough to use in grand venues as well as alternative spaces. If you’ve been inspired, why not head over to our colour palettes page to see how floroons would fit with your wedding colour palette, or have a look at our wedding flowers page to decide which blooms you want woven into the garland.