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Did you know, that September is the most popular birthday month of the year?! We’ve been doing a lot of birthday parties recently, and if you do the maths, that means we’ll be due plenty of baby showers in the spring and summer!
Whether you are the one planning the shower, or maybe even are a mum-to-be looking for inspiration, we have rounded up our very favourite ways you can incorporate celebratory balloons into your event!
Spell it out
Have you already chosen a name, or maybe you have a cute nickname for the bump? On-trend metallics can be used to spell out something fun as an quick and simple backdrop. We particularly like ‘MAMA’ as one – after all, let’s make it about the wonderful lady in question and celebrate her pregnancy!
If you’re not one to spend hours crafting in the evening, you can always go simple. Just focus on good food and decorative balloon letters like in this cute example. Creative Wife And Joyful Worker.
Gender reveal parties are getting increasingly more popular as couples use it to surprise their family and friends with the gender of the baby, or even are surprised themselves by their midwife/doctor! Would you do a gender reveal?
What’s it going to be?! Gender Reveal garland from Girly Gifts
A black confetti balloon filled with the color cordinated confetti for a gender reveal balloon pop!
Open the box to reveal the balloon bouquet!
Ready to pop!
If the mum-to-be is late on in her pregnancy, chance are she’s feeling ready to pop and you know we love a subtle pun here at Balloonista! Why not use confetti balloons and ACTUALLY pop them at the end!?
Popcorn and balloons from Party Providence!
Keep it neutral
Maybe you want to keep it classy and neutral? Take a look at gorgeous metallics, yellow, green and maybe a cool scandi-woodland inspired palette.
If you’d like to chat to us about your baby balloon shower or event styling, we’d be thrilled to hear your ideas!