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Balloon Ceiling Decor For Graduation

Balloon Ceiling Decorations are great for Graduations

Organic balloon ceiling decor done for a private graduation celebration.

Every family likes to celebrate a high school school graduation differently. Some will go out, some will host a party for the whole neighborhood, and others have a small private event! This client had a picture of which decor ideas they wanted to do in their mind already, but just needed some help getting there.

The decorations, namely the balloon garland across the doorway and ceiling, were made by us offsite. We created a balloon sculpture of blue and yellow balloons to hang from the client’s entryway. This, along with the string lights, helped set the mood for the dining area. We made this sculpture using a basic wire frame since we didn’t need any weights to hold it down like with an archway or column.

Once we had everything ready, the client picked up the organic decor to set up themselves. This picture was actually something the client sent to us! While we love going in and helping folks to set up their events, we’re more than happy to provide the fun from behind the scenes!

The class of 2021 graduation ceremony was much to be desired. So, any addition of decor to help in celebrating graduation was welcomed.

Looking for more ideas on how to decorate?

When it comes to graduation, there are many different ways to decorate. As a shortcut to all the craziness, you can also google images baby shower decorations, birthday party ideas, and even wedding balloons. When you look up decor from other types of events, sometimes you can find something that stands out and might fit your theme more perfectly. You can also search phrases like “Balloon Decor” + your school colors. That can help you find many different options that are in the correct colors for your event.

What are common things people have at high school graduation events?

  • Balloon Columns
  • Balloon Arches
  • Garlands or Swags
  • Latex Balloon Bouquets
  • Foil Balloon Bouquets
  • Picture Frames or Photo Backdrops
  • Decorations over a Cake Table
  • And much more!

 

Sours: https://yteevents.com/balloon-decor/organic/balloon-ceiling-decor-for-graduation/

We Create Beautiful Balloon Decorations:

Ceiling Balloon Decorations

If you’re planning on hosting a special event – a wedding, birthday, baby shower – balloons make the event extra special.  Surprise your party guests with our spectacular balloon ceiling decor, balloon arrangements and decorations.

You have plenty of design options with Balloon Celebrations, from centerpieces and arches to pillars and balloon drops. Our 25 years of decorating experience (servicing Toronto and the GTA) is sure to help make your event a hit.

Call us at 416-224-2221 to discuss your event, and we’ll come up with the perfect design to match your theme.

We come on-site the day of the event and create spectacular balloon decorations to match the theme of your party.

Call us at 416-224-2221 to discuss your event and we’ll come up with the perfect design to match your theme.

Here are a few examples of balloon ceiling decor designs for inspiration:

Sours: https://www.ballooncelebrations.ca/balloon-decor/balloon-ceiling-decorations/
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Ceiling Balloon Ideas for your Event

If you plan to have helium ceiling balloons bouncing playfully on the roof at your event space you may be surprised how many you need to order to make a big impact.

Before you order your balloons, find out the dimensions of your venue.  The average balloon is about 30cm in diameter but you will obviously need less if you order giant-size balloons. However, as the size of the balloons increase, so does the price of each balloon.

Calculating The Number of Ceiling Balloons Required

For single helium balloons there is an easy formula to calculate how many balloons you should order. Simply multiply the length of the room by the width of the room and multiply by 10, 7 or 5.

If you want to absolutely blanket the ceiling in balloons so you can't even see the ceiling anymore, multiply the length in metres x width in metres x 10.

Multiplying it by 7 will give you a good coverage for a dance-floor effect and multiplying by 5 gives you a scatted feel for boardrooms or really large areas.

It can also look very elegant with tulle ribbon instead of standard curling ribbon or really festive with extra ribbon attached and curled.

Sometimes a theme, venue or budget can mean that other options are more appropriate, for example:

If the ceiling is very high, all your decoration will be up there where people don't spend all night (or day) looking.  Instead use floor bouquets (balloons attached to weights) or other decor, the likes of columns or arches, the balloons are in the eyesight of the viewer and aid in filling the venue with movement, colour and WOW.

If you really want to put balloons on a high ceiling, long ribbons down to the height of your guests head will fill in the space and draw the eye up to the decor. Adding accents of small little balloons, customized number/letter/shape cut-outs can also continue the events theme.

For larger venues, or for something a little different, our artistic triplets utilise the largest part of the balloon and create decorative positive and negative space. This may well be a more cost effective party ceiling treatment. We can utilise shimmer curtain, number cut outs or little bubble balloons to bring the party down to eye level.

For that floral themed or inspired event we can even make large balloon flowers for the ceiling,

So don’t just think loose single helium balloons when decorating the ceiling – contact us to discuss your chosen event spaces requirements.

Sours: https://www.magicinthemiddle.com.au/balloon-ideas/ceiling-balloon-ideas/

10 Creative Balloon Decoration Ideas for Your Next Party

Like any décor trend, it only takes one really unique idea to get the wheels turning. Then before you know it, you’ll see similar versions and creative remixes sprouting up from all over. Balloon decoration ideas are no exception. The recent explosion of these garlands have made balloons the hot décor item to include at your event, and the more creative you can get with it, the more Instagram kudos your party will get.

We talked to the experts to find out all the different ways to add balloons into your party décor, and—bonus!—tips from event planners to help you pull it off like a pro.

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Here are our favourite balloon decoration ideas.

Entryway Balloon Garland

Photo credit: James and Jess Photography

If you want your guests to know right away that they’re in for a night to remember, add a cascading balloon garland that has multiple elements twisted together, from tropical leaves to florals. “We are a big fan of first impressions, and a balloon installation entrance can really set the tone for a fun party,” says Jaime and Erika of Wild Heart Events.

Balloon Table Decorations

Photo Credit: McCune Photography

“Chandeliers are out, and balloon ceiling installations are in,” says Styled by TC planner, Ali Boulger. Low-hanging balloon table decorations help to create the illusion of a more cozy and intimate space, which is perfect for large, lofty venues or outdoor areas that lack architectural structure.

Balloon Place Cards

Photo credit: Erin Saldana Photography

Don’t get us wrong, we love a good calligraphed place card, but how fun is this simple balloon decoration idea? It's versatile enough for any type of party. Pastel balloons with block lettering are great for a kids’ birthday, while black balloons and gold cursive lettering give a more formal vibe to a grown-up fete.

Balloon creative by Bloominous

Balloon Garland Backdrop

Photo credit: Mary Costa Photography

If you’re trying to draw attention to one area in particular, an eye-catching structure can do exactly that. “I love incorporating a balloon garland at events because it's something different than the traditional floral installation. I tell my clients to use them as focal points to make a statement, like over a welcome table,” advises Kari Dirksen, owner and lead designer at Feathered Arrow.

Photo Booth Balloon Backdrop

Photo credit: Mary Costa Photography

Photo booths are great décor opportunities—and not to mention, these images usually end up on Instagram. Your guests will be excited to share their snaps if they’re posing in front of a super chic background, like a wall of string lights framed with a balloon garland.

Balloon creative by Feathered Arrow

Balloon Wall

Photo credit: Wild Native Co.

“While some people enjoy flower walls and an abundance of blooms, flowers aren't for everyone. And if you're trying to fill a large empty space or make a dramatic statement, florals can certainly increase costs,” says Stephanie Allen, owner of Allenbrooke Farms. “We love that balloons are easily customizable to any color palette and putting together different sizes and colors can complement the rest of your décor.”

Masking Distressed Spaces

Photo credit: Heidi Ryder Photography

Let’s say you just booked an awesome party venue, but there’s a spot of torn wallpaper or a soot-stained fireplace. This simple balloon decoration idea can cover up any unwanted marks. Think: concealer, but for interior design.

Balloon creative by HoneyFitz Events

Mixing Materials 

Photo credit: Brandon Kidd Photography

If you want a balloon garland installation, think about mixing together at least three different materials to add to its complexity. Extras like tinsel, bunting, large bead garlands will add depth and texture to the arrangement, making an already-standout element even more special.

Floor Décor

Photo credit: Erin Saldana Photography

You know, you don’t have to inflate balloons with helium. Balloons look just as festive when blown up and set free on the ground. For this simple balloon decoration idea, blow up different sizes and different colors and throw them to the wind.

Balloon creative by Bloominous

Balloon Ceiling Décor

Photo credit: Plum & Oak Photo

Jenny Kuhnau of Happily Ever Etched says adding balloons, fresh florals and dessert to any space makes it an instant party. And if you fill the ceiling with balloons en masse, you’ll create a glamorous faux canopy effect. Play with string attachments here, you could just do single strands, or a bundle of strings on each balloon, or mix and match different materials from long strips of linen to velvet ribbons.

Are you planning to decorate your next party with balloons? Tag your Instagram photos with #thebashparties and we might feature your bash!

Published on 8/23/2021

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