There’s no more appropriate whimsical symbol of love than the hot air balloon. Floating gently above the earth in a basket built for two, literally propelled by the flames
of your love (too cheesy?) We especially adore the vintage style hot air balloons with their scallops, pastel colors, and netting (something about the combo of the net and wicker just speaks to us). And they’re perfect for a couple whose wedding day motto is Up, Up and Away, Fly Away with Me, or On Cloud 9…Here are some of our favorite ways to use this sweet hot air balloon wedding theme.
Not only are these adorable, but they’re budget friendly and make a big impact. You still achieve the height of a tall centerpiece without paying for a larger floral arrangement, allowing you to stretch your budget and include your dream buds, like these sweet pink peonies!
Can you imagine having a hot air balloon as your wedding get away? Stunning! And what better way to celebrate with your new spouse than from floating on air – exactly how you’ll feel once you exchange rings and say “I do!”
The sweetest way to top off a cake when this is your wedding theme? A gorgeous, wire topper that doubles as decor in your home once the honeymoon is over.
This print is so gorgeous, we could see it incorporated into your stationery suite, or printed on to make table numbers. It also could make a super sweet background for a photo booth.
We’re obsessed with these wire hanging hot air balloons by BHLDN. use them for florals or as a card holder (genius) -or, hang them “floating” in trees with led candles for an outdoor wedding!
Does it get any better than this adorable dessert table? From the vintage inspired hanging balloons, to the hot air balloon cookies and cupcake toppers, to thoughtful themed details like vintage suitcases and (hot air balloon) baskets – it’s perfect.
UM, can we talk about how amazing this tablescape is? From the layers of patterns to its sleek modernity combined with vintage gilded place settings, it is jaw dropping. And suspended, painted gold hot air balloons each hold a single yellow rosebud.