Say hello in a big way, Hawaiin style! Give your Golden Pineapple party an on-trend showcase piece with this “Aloha” balloon wreath. With a few supplies it’s easy to make giant impact with your party decorations when you transform a Hula-Hoop into a wreath with a tropical twist.
There’s nothing more iconic than a bunch of balloons to celebrate special occasions like a buying a new house, welcoming a new baby or hitting a milestone birthday. With this bunch of balloons you can skip the helium. Just because our hoop is adorned with a tropical welcome, the method can easily be used to create a custom version to suit your party theme by swapping out the paper letters and palm leaves. Keep reading to see what you’ll need to get started before you follow the step by step instructions.
- Aloha Paper Fan Decoration Kit
- You Had Me at Aloha Giant Palm Leaves
- 5-inch balloons – black, white, hot pink and metallic gold
- Hula hoop
- Gold ribbon
- Scotch tape
- Zip ties
- Adhesive dots (not pictured)
- Monofilament (not pictured)
Wrap hula hoop with gold ribbon using Scotch tape to secure.
Use pump to inflate balloons, making sure finished sizes vary.
Poke zip ties through balloon tails, grouping varies colors and sizes on one tie.
Secure balloon groups to hula hoop. Cut zip tie tails if needed. (TIP: use adhesive dots to attach balloons to each other when needed to fill in gaps or achieve design balance.)
Trim giant palm leaves to fit within balloon groupings and secure using adhesive dots.
Attach ALOHA letters to a length of monofilament then tie monofilament ends to hula hoop.
Hang finished wreath with monofilament. (TIP: to prevent the wreath from lilting, suspend from two separate lengths of monofilament.)
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