The Easiest DIY Balloon Garland Tutorial // A Hosting Home

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  1. What a great and Beautiful idea! Wow! what a savings compared to having someone else do it. my niece was married and they charged her a $150.00 for something very similar. From now on I will tell others about this idea and save their pennies for something else! thanks for sharing!

  2. Where was this tutorial when I was planning my sister’s baby shower?! so cute and seems very easy to do, hopefully i get the chance to put this tutorial to use in the future.

  3. That is adorable! it looks so much more festive than just balloons on strings in a bunch. so cute, i am absolutely using this cute idea. pinned

    1. Thanks, Haleigh! I used a photobooth backdrop stand to hold the curtain and I used the ends of the twine to hang the garland. 🙂 I hope that helps!

    1. Hi Tiana! A recent balloon garland I’ve made has lasted about 5 weeks and counting! It’s all about the balloons and the quality of them. As some start to lose air, you can always replace them to keep it going. As far as how many days in advance, I’ve always done them the day before (because my dogs otherwise would try to play with it!) It’s super easy and doesn’t take long at all. 🙂

  4. What are you hanging the garland from? I’m trying to do something like this for my sister’s baby shower and I need to put up a curtain backdrop to hide the ugly wall. But if i do that I’m not sure what to affix the balloon garland to. What did you do?

    1. Hi Cindy! I hung this garland on the backdrop stand itself. If you are putting up a curtain on the wall itself, you could put thumbtacks into the wall and hang it with clear fishing line tied to the thumbtacks. If you are hanging the backdrop on a stand like I did, you can attach the garland to the backdrop stand itself or even tie some fishing line to safety pins, pin it to the curtain, and hang it that way. I hope this helps!! 🙂

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