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Guide to buying wedding balloons

When it comes to your wedding day you want every single aspect to be perfect. From the moment you step into your wedding dress, climb into the wedding car, you’ll want to ensure that the day goes off without a hitch. It’s a day you’re going to remember forever and you don’t want to remember it for all of the wrong reasons. 

The first thing you need to do is decide what colour wedding balloons you are going to have at your venue; you should choose two or three colours to create a nice atmosphere – don’t go for anything more, if you do it will only lose the theme of your venue. Because a wedding is a celebration of love, most people like to go for colours that symbolise this. Red and pink are well-known for being associated with love and romance whilst white is another popular option as it is associated with purity. You don’t have to go for the traditional options though – no matter what colours you choose, it’s imperative that they fit into the style of your venue.
Once you have determined what colour wedding balloons you’re going to have, you then need to consider how they’re going to be styled. This is where your choice from all of the wedding venues you’ve considered comes in. Are they going to be laced all around the venue? Used as table centrepieces? Used as an archway for when people enter the venue? Surround the dance floor? The choices are endless. Who knew there were so many options and factors to consider!
Will you have your wedding balloons printed? It’s a nice way to personalise the occasion and makes the decorations unique to you. You can opt to have a picture of you and your partner printed on the balloon, the date of the wedding printed on the balloon, or a simple message, such as ‘hope you enjoy the celebration’.
*This is a collaborative post.

  • Thanks for the reminder that the colors should be the first thing to determine when choosing balloons for an event. I’d like to look for balloon delivery services soon because I’d like my wedding to have a whimsical vibe. I think that having more round shapes in the decorations will help evoke that.