By On Sep 06, 2018 Wedding Ideas
We have all been there – it’s a July wedding and as you dip your hand into the communal confetti basket on a hot summer day, you think you have grabbed a good substantial handful to lob at the bride and groom but when it comes to the big moment, it sticks to your sweaty hand like feathers in tar. Enter: Confetti Pops. Launched by Shropshire Petals, the latest accessory to hit celebrity weddings and in-crowd celebrations is a cross between a party popper and a box of confetti.
The brilliant Bubblegum Balloons are the go-to guys for this – bespoke balloon bundles delivered the very next day. Balloons are quickly becoming the must-have decoration at weddings and we’re loving the array of requests we’re receiving from our brides-to-be, says Ellen from Bubblegum Balloons. ‘Whether tying Mr and Mrs balloons to the bride and grooms chairs, or having an ombré of balloons in the wedding colours behind the top table, balloons help bring to life the couples vision of their big day. In short, balloons may just be the new flowers.
Until a couple of years ago, all that was really on offer for outdoor weddings was to hire a big white tent to use as your blank canvas. And the prospect of turning a plain white cube into a stylish space was somewhat overwhelming. A cooler alternative for rustic garden or field weddings is the giant kata tipi. Companies like Country Tipis have seen a fivefold increase in bookings in the last year, according to founder Richard Knapp who says 90 per cent of enquiries come from couples looking for a more unique, relaxed alternative to the traditional white marquee.
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