Line your aisle with big ol' balloons

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photo by Nick Evans
Photo by Nick Evans

What a simple way to add a pop of color while bringing the happy in the only way that big red balloons can.

Here's how you can do the same:

127_zpsba6ad980First find an indoor venue, and then tie big 'ol balloons to the legs of your guests chairs.

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Photo by Nick Evans

Then enjoy the view of big floaty happy balloons during your ceremony and reap the benefits of awesome "just married" photos like this!

    • Only problem I can see with balloons outdoors is wind. If there is much more than the lightest breeze guests could end up being womped in the end with giant balloons. lol

    • Yeah, I stipulated indoor venues as there would be NO chance of it getting windy and the balloons either battering your guests all about the face, or hilariously clothes-lining the wedding party as they walk down the aisle!

      If you did this for an outdoor venue, you would definitely have to make sure that it's protected from wind and stiff breezes. 😉

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