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Winnie the Pooh (A.A. Milne) “Nobody can be uncheered by a balloon”

Balloons have become the whimsical must-have trend at weddings. Fun, shimmering, big or small, they can make gorgeous addition to your big day.

“Balloons are not what they used to be,” explains Sally Hodge from Bubblegum Balloons. “You can really get creative with your installation these days. Whether they are for tablecentres, lining an aisle, creating a grand entrance or simply adding some fun to the photo shoots, wedding balloons can really add a touch of personality and fun to your wedding”.

We’ve put together 10 easy wedding balloon ideas you can use effectively at your wedding.

1. During Your Portraits

2. As Centrepieces

3. As Cake Toppers

4. Balloon Release

5. Letter Balloons

Balloons can be extremely versatile, according to Rebecca Moyster of Bonbon Balloons, whose giant balloons start from £35 each. “Balloons can add a unique and special addition that will make you and others smile, whilst being a beautiful feature in any surrounding.”

So embrace the balloon, play with them in different surroundings, and incorporate them in a way that will fill your day with “oohs” and “ahhs”.

6. Confetti Filled

7. Ceremony Backdrop

8. Cake Displays

9. For Children

10. Bendy Balloons

Image Credits

During Your Portraits – all Pinterest
As Centrepieces – all Pinterest
As Cake toppers – all Pinterest
Balloon release – L-R: Paola de Paola Photography, Pinterest, Brian Robinson Photography
Letter balloons – all Pinterest
Confetti filled – L-R: Bonbon Balloons, Bubblegum Balloons, Bonbon Balloons
Ceremony backdrop – all Pinterest
Cake displays – all Pinterest
For kids: L-R: Pinterest, BonBon Balloons, Pinterest
Bendy balloons – all Pinterest

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