Since Wednesday was my birthday I wanted to continue celebrating! I wanted to show some fun ideas for DIY birthday decorations. I checked out a few different Pinterest pictures and found out where they came from. So I will be showing you some of my top favorites that are actually super easy and I’ll also tag where they came from so you can check out the original post yourself as well! I know this isn’t a typical 5 for Friday, but I wanted to continue the birthday theme this week!
This was actually for a 21 year old’s birthday, however I still think it’s an adorable idea for any girl that’s of legal drinking age of course. I love that it’s Champagne and showing a little bit of bubbly coming out of the bottle. This is great for if you have a small space too because it does not take up a lot of room and it’s also attached to the wall. The more room for party guests the better!
If you click the link above there’s actually a few DIY’s for Birthday decorations but this one was my favorite. I know a lot of people who love tassels whether it’s in fashion, or for decorations so I thought this was great to show. There’s also tassels in the first one as well!
Ok, so who doesn’t love a good balloon hack? There are quite a few in the website linked above so make sure to check all of those out. I love love love balloons especially any that are sparkly!
Ok, I know this is for a little girl’s birthday, but I would honestly do this for some of my friends too. Last year we did a whole Little Mermaid theme for my one coworker so you’re never too old to feel like a princess on your birthday. Nor are you ever too old to believe in princesses! I may also have a bias opinion because once upon a dream comes from one of my two favorite princesses of all time; The Sleeping Beauty.
Even though this post shows a lot of night lights for children, some of these can actually be used for a birthday as well. If you don’t want to do anything extravagant this would be perfect for you. The best part is, you can reuse the lights when you are done!
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