By Sara Holder. Party Decorations. Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 17:07:31 PM.
Helium-filled balloons decorations - A simple table decoration is quite simple to make with helium balloons, moreover all latex or a combination of Mylar and latex. Anchor the group to the table with a safety pin in the cloth or with a small wooden block enclosed in decorative paper. Do not forget that latex helium balloons stay floating for just about eight hours. So do this on the day of the party.
The rules: You have to wear only the six rubix cube colors which are: orange, blue, green, yellow, white and red. Also, each item of your clothing should be clearly one color, for example if you chose to wear orange shirt, than it has to be only in orange color and not mixed with other colors. Here is a nice suggestion: red pants, blue shirt, orange hat, white socks, yellow shoes and green sunglasses.
Fireplaces - Framing fireplaces or stoves in the house is another great way to use lights. A fireplace makes the perfect backdrop for strings of lights and one compliments the other beautifully. Because the fireplace is often the centrepiece of the room, having it framed in lights will mean the eye is immediately drawn to it. This is especially worthwhile if you are planning on having a Christmas party as it provides quick and easy decoration in the sitting room where the party is likely to be taking place. To go further with this idea, you can hang stockings up between the lights to add more traditional decoration.
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