Balloon Garland Portfolio

It's time to showcase our balloon garland portfolio for your reference. Granted we have learned and tweaked our technique over the last year. And we still have more to learn.


When you search balloon decor, do you call them balloon arches or balloon garlands or simply balloon decor or backdrops? I typically call them garlands because they can take on whatever shape your space needs. Katelyn typically says balloon arch. There is no wrong description in our opinion. But no doubt, balloons make a great impact for festivities....letting your guests know "this is where the party's at"!



This rainbow garland was our first attempt at a tabletop arch in August 2019. Cortnee, a friend and customer, let us use her daughter's party as a test run for DIY Balloon Kits. It had 3-4 hanging points to create the arch effect.


Balloon Link kits are a great option if you are new to building garlands. These balloons have tails on one end so you can easily connect in a chain. Filling these with air, they last last awhile and you don't waste helium. You can do one long chain or stack them. And look at Allison and Laura from the Confetti Crate showing off this item that we did as a giveaway for Troy homecoming.


We are most proud of this over the top garland. It was for a 40th birthday party here in Troy and it turned out to be beautiful! It was a ton of hard work and planning but totally worth the outcome. And PS the big numbers were part of the event planning and decor from Rob and Morgan Drinkard.


Another image from this beautiful birthday party fit for a queen. Rob dropped the balloons from the ceiling for a wow moment. The catering was done by B. Graves, a local restaurant. How pretty is the food?! This was a great example of teamwork from multiple businesses. 


Color-block garlands really accentuate the shades you choose. And they are really fun on a large garland. This standard size was for a photo backdrop at The Studio in Troy. It was in the Fall so the colors flowed perfectly with the theme of the event.


Mardi Gras is coming up and although this gorgeous garland wasn't for Mardi Gras itself, it would look great for other celebrations. The gorgeous purples and golds flowed together to celebrate Ariton's homecoming! 


Hands down, this has been Katelyn's favorite garland. It was one we built for New Years celebrations and it was adorable. How can you say no to Disco Balls and Champagne?! 


Red and pink is not just for Valentines but we can add in hearts to make this festive for V-Day or a Galentine party.


An example of a more classic garland is this one that looked amazing for Alpha Gam's initiation. The whites and golds look great together and the small foils and confetti add a little sparkle to it. 


Christmas + Balloons are a perfect combo. We built this garland outside of The Confetti Crate for their Christmas Open House this past December. It was one of the largest we have ever put together for an exterior and it turned out amazing! The candy canes and peppermints accented the red balloons in the best way. And it tied in with their window.


We are working on making our DIY Kits and Custom Kits more shoppable online. So stay tuned for those additions. 


Hope you enjoyed this sampling of some of our balloon experiences and that you will let us build a garland for you OR you will try one of our DIY kits. Thanks for stopping by. Leave us a comment of what color combos you would love to see.


XO Jenn & Co Team


PS the balloons in the header picture are ours too. Left to right: one of our new kits coming soon, a valentine kit and the pink balloon wall kit.

January 28, 2021 — Jennifer Senn

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