Decorating with Balloons: Boo-loon inspiration for your spooky Halloween décor

​If you are throwing a Halloween party this year, there’s a good chance that you will have already started thinking about decoration, props and creepy styling! Brilliantly, balloons come in a kaleidoscope of colours and themes – including magic metallic, marbles and other mysterious effects – so whatever your event, there’s something for everyone!
Here’s our absolute FAVOURITE Halloween balloon ideas from around the web – perfect for a spooky setting with a touch of glamour!

Letter balloons with themed bunting:
Spelling out words such as ‘BOO’, ‘SPOOKY’ and ‘EEK’ are a cute way to remind people that no matter how classy a party, it is Halloween after all and the theme is scary!

We are just LOVING this from the incredible people at @northstarballoons ! Hitting all the trend points – rose gold, tassels, and some tasty looking cake. Has Halloween ever been so classy?!

Create an eye-catching balloon bunting to create a modern finishing touch to your Halloween party. Click to view more from Party Pieces.

Not an Orange pumpkin in sight!
Who says that the colour scheme has to be black and orange!? Not us! We love breaking away from the norm and being brave with colour!

A delicious purple and black dessert table from Kara’s Party Ideas!

We love this The black white bash full of ghosts and bats and other spooky adorable characters featured over on 100 Layer Cakelet! 

Dia De Los Meurtos
Ghosts and gore not your thing? Embrace a day of the dead theme with a bright and colourful balloon fiesta instead!

Bright and colourful with giant bespoke balloons and rainbow garlands! Not a spooky scene in sight in this fiesta party on Bespoke Bride.

Recreate this colorful celebratory balloon ceiling and have a fabulous party underneath!

What are you planning for your Halloween this year? Will you be using balloons in your decorations?
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