Balloon Party Ideas

balloon party ideas

It’s Balloon Time my friends!! Who doesn’t love balloons right?  I’m excited to show you how easy, quick and inexpensive this table is. This would be so fun for a play- date, birthday party or even a end-of-school celebration if your kids did a great job for the year.  You can invite a few friends over and enjoy a fun time!

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First thing to do is take a 6ft table and put a white tablecloth over it.  I put 6 pieces of cardstock 12X12 on the table to make it look like a table runner.

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I bought a plastic balloon banner at the Dollar Tree and hang it on front of the table. Notice how the balloons are tied to the lollipops.  The balloons are spread out a bit.

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Each setting had a play dough, a box with gum balls, lollipop, a brownie, jello and a clear plastic container with skittles.

Playdough, lollipop and balloon boxes are from the Dollar Tree. Clear square containers are from Party City.

brownies

I bought brownies at the store and added more sprinkles on top. Kids love them! The box with 12 small brownies was $1.59!

party favors

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Did you notice how I put the balloons closer together on this photo? I moved the little balloon boxes towards the back of the table.  I thought it was cool to see 2 different set ups and I can’t decide which one I like best…..how about you?

I love the Balloon Time helium tanks. They are easy to use and come with balloons and string. They are inexpensive and you can fill up tons of balloons.

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Guess how much this table cost?  Less than $50 including the balloon tank and I have helium left for my next party!

This table could be perfect for a Rainbow Party as well!

Hope you like the ideas and can set up this table for your next party!

 

 

 

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