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5 steps to create a beautiful Ballon Wall

In spite of mainstream thinking, inflatables are not only for children’s birthday celebrations. Here at Kookaboo photo booth, we love balloon walls, so we’ve gathered together our top picks and shared the key to making your own… 


Here at Kookaboo Photo Booth we’re immense aficionados of inflatable balloons. In addition to the fact that they are an extraordinary wedding stylistic theme thought, yet they make a spectacular photograph scenery as well. 

Most importantly, inflatables are extremely cheap to get your hands on, and balloon walls are entirely simple to make yourself. Check out our tutorial for how to make an inflatable backdrop at home, in addition to the best inflatable walls we’ve seen across the web. Best of all, here are a couple of instant inflatable backdrop to shop in case you’re somewhat short on schedule… 

The most effective method to Make a Balloon Wall in 5 Steps 

You Will Need: 

A hot glue gun. It’s extremely significant that you set it to it’s lowest temperature, otherwise the inflatables will blow out

– Get as many latex balloons as you can get your hands on! 

An air pump

A bit of foam board

Duct tape 

Streamers, foil tufts, fake grass, foliage and flowers 

Stage 1: Inflate Your Balloons 

First of all: you have to inflate all your ballons. For the best impact, swell them to different sizes  some little, some medium and some huge. 

Stage 2: Build a Foam Board structure 

Use your foam board to shape your backdrop structure. At that point connect the boards to the wall with twofold sided duct tape. 

Remember when the inflatables are appended, you won’t see the boards, so it does not matter if they are not perfectly shaped. 

Stage 3: Attach Your Balloons! 

Let’s have fun! it’s an ideal opportunity to begin connecting your inflatables to your wall! Include your biggest inflatables first, at that point fill in the holes with the little ones. 

You can do this in one of two different ways: either by sticking the inflatables straightforwardly onto the foam, or by sticking their ribbons. The more inflatables you include the less of the background you will see. 

Before sticking all your inflatables, consider how you’d like your balloon backdrop to look when it’s done.  Your imagination will figure out where you place your inflatables. 

Stage 4: Add Your Props 

When the entirety of your inflatables are now well in placed on the wall, you can mess with beautifying additional items. 

Your event topic will generally figure out what else you may get a kick out of the chance to add to your inflatable divider. For a forest wedding, foliage would be an exquisite expansion, while pampas grass would work wonderfully at a bohemian festival. 

Stage 5: Take a Step Back 

Now, it’s almost done, it is good to find an other activity to do before coming back to take a gander at your ballon backdrop with open-minded perspectives. 

Doing so will empower you to see where you need to include more inflatables or additional beautifications like decorations, blossoms, pixie lights or foliage. You may find that you would prefer not to include anything!