Just because you want to make a big statement at the next birthday party for your kid, it doesn’t mean you have to hire a decorator. There are lots of ways to decorate that require little cash and effort. Here are some tips that can help in birthday party decoration:
Rethink the walls
Swap out the art in frames temporarily with pictures of the guest of honor. You can also replace them with garlands and swags, which can make excellent backdrops for the food table.
Spruce up the table
The dining or serving table should be covered with a tablecloth or a few yards of fabric. White is the standard option, but you can also choose something according to the birthday theme.
Bring in the outdoors
Flowers and plants can add life to any party. You can cut some branches or blooms from your yard or bring outdoor potted plants inside. You can also pick up a couple of flowers or plants from the florist and distribute them in several vases.
Dress up the windows
Use streamers and lights for creating a festive environment. Fairy lights can be strung around the window frames or you can also use birthday banners over the window to pump up the party spirit.
Use trays for organization
Use elegant and colorful trays for grouping drinks, foods and favors. Once the party is done, you can use the trays for keeping everyday items like keys, sunglasses and TV remotes.
Use the best tableware
There is no better time than a birthday party to take out those amazing serving bowls, dishes and glassware that you have kept for a special occasion. You can add instant glam to the birthday party with the right tableware.
With these tips, you can decorate quite well and add a special touch to any birthday event.