17+ DIYs to Make a Balloon Column
A balloon tower or column serves as a unique décor for parties or any special occasions. You could arrange it as a tall tower or even design it in the form of an arch. One could go for iron, wooden, or plastic columns. However, for a simpler arrangement, one can omit this too and tie the balloons, one along with the other, to give a column-like appearance. The basic requirements include latex balloons, inflators, and balloon sizer. The tutorials below would guide you to make a balloon column with ease.
Making a floral design and adding it to the center would further enhance its beauty.
The star decorations on top of a balloon tower make it look even more marvelous.
The zig-zag pattern using two-colored balloons gives the tower an elegant appeal. This video has a lamp- based pole as the balloon stand, though owing to its light-weight, it would not be suitable outdoors.
If arranging a balloon column for a baby shower celebration, then a combination of pink and white or blue and white would be perfect.
This black and orange balloon tower in a Minnie Mouse style would be a perfect pick for Halloween.
Similarly, you could make a Mickey Mouse balloon tower by following the instructions in the above tutorial. The only difference would be the face, and you could even arrange the balloons in a zig-zag or spiral pattern, as shown in the given picture.
Following the video tutorial would help to make these pretty balloon columns for a baby shower. In place of the golden balloons above, you could even include a small inflatable toy above. Keep a big balloon at the center of the question mark tower, having the baby’s gender.
The sequential arrangement of pink and black balloons makes this a perfect graduation day decoration. You may make a wooden balloon stand, as shown here.
The PAW patrol inflatable toy gives this column an authentic appeal.
For a circus theme, red, blue, and green balloons could be placed one after the other on a stand, just as shown in this image. The hands may be made similarly with some balloons placed right up, giving the impression that the joker is holding the balloon. The inflatable joker’s face, fixed on the tower, makes the entire presentation look even more appealing.
Your little ones would be happy to see have this Peppa peg balloon column as a part of his or her birthday theme. The picture is self-explanatory, with the deep pink balloons tied to one another, followed by a big one for the head.
These short balloon columns would make for perfect centerpieces. If planning for a Christmas décor, a combination of red and green balloons along with a white star on top would be perfect.
Another interesting Christmas décor idea would be the snowman balloon column, as shown in the given image. The arrangement of white balloons in a column, with a few black ones too, alongside a cute face to replicate Olaf’s appearance is all that one needs.
If planning for an outdoor party, then fixing lights on the balloons would be a great idea.
While planning for your kiddos birthday party, you could make an elephant-themed balloon column just like the one shown in the picture. Another option would be a number balloon column, apt for birthday parties.
The balloon columns are arranged in the form of a tail, with the inflatable toy added to the top.
This short pineapple balloon column would be great for summer décor.
If making it for Easter, then the bunnies will replace the Kitty, though the rest of the tutorial would be the same.
For a Paris-themed birthday party, an Eiffel tower balloon column like this one would be well-suited.
For a Frozen-themed birthday party, the white and blue balloon tower
The list of themes for a balloon tower seems to be endless, starting from Finding Nemo to a cute emoji, or even a sweet red heart for Valentine’s Day. You could experiment with other balloon crafts too like a centerpiece, arch, garland, chandelier, wreath or tree.
Published on November 21st 2019 by Miranda Gibbs