Create these hen party balloons with minimal effort, fuss and cost. Want to find out how? Then keep on reading!
If you want to throw a Pinterest-worthy hen party but you’re on a super strict budget, don’t worry. You’re in luck. Today we’re showing you a clever way to make your hen party venue look tip top without breaking the bank. It’s fair to say hen parties are getting more and more extravagant. And you know what that means. They are also getting more and more expensive. And as much as we all want to throw a lovely jubbly hen party for our best friend, sometimes the spending has to stop.
The likelihood is you won’t even think about the hen party decorations and accessories until the last minute. After all, you will have enough on your plate. Booking accommodation, finding activities, emailing the guest list. Does anyone else feel like the the to-do list will never end?
If we’re being totally honest with you, we love all the hen party ‘stuff’. The bunting, the bride to be sash, the badges, the hen party bags because we happen to think it’s all in the detail. We think those extra bits and bobs make hen parties really special. It goes without saying you know your bride to be better than anyone else. You will know whether she will want decorations and accessories. She may not. But if she does, keep reading.
The thing is, sometimes you have got to stick to a budget. That being said, we think you can have it both ways. You heard right! We think you can make your hen party venue look amazing without having to remortgage your home.
Lucky for you, we spotted this awesome DIY hen party balloon tutorial over on Instagram. A DIY tutorial, we might add, that does not break the bank. And is definitely Pinterest-worthy. So why do we love this hen party balloon tutorial so much? There are 4 reasons we think this DIY tutorial can help you stay within budget and make your hen party as pretty as can be. Here goes:
You may want to learn how to DIY these hen balloons yourself. That way, you can have your venue looking tip top by the time your guests arrive. Here’s how it’s done.
What You Will Need
How It’s Done
This tutorial was created by our new American friend, Kelly for her amazing crafty blog called StudioDIY. If you want to get distracted for a decent amount of time, we recommend taking a look at her blog – it’s pretty incredible. Kelly decided to create this tutorial for her blog after her bridesmaids came up with the idea for her bridal shower.
In fact, Kelly’s bridesmaids set up a DIY Balloon Bar. A what now? A DIY Balloon Bar of course. Firstly they asked the bride’s friends to write a special note on their very own balloon for her to read. They then deflated all the balloons after her bridal shower and kept hold of them until her wedding day. On the morning of her big day, her ‘maids inflated the balloons again. This meant she could re-read everyone’s sweet well wishes as she got ready for her wedding.
What a lovely way to feel surrounded by your friends and family on your big day! To find out more about this DIY tutorial and how to create your own Balloon Bar, head over to Studio DIY now.
Well it’s safe to say, this is one of our favourite hen party DIYs. There’s no getting away from it, these balloons mean business. We want to hear what you think! Leave a comment below telling us what you think of these bride to be balloons. And let us know any other hen party DIYs you’d like to learn.
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