This Flamingo party balloon post, has been inspired by the Anges De Sucre cake, which I had the pleasure of tasting this weekend, at my friend’s birthday party.
Everything I love in a cake, from the colour pink, to the white chocolate drizzle and the macarons.
You can never go wrong with gold. For many of you who follow me here on the blog, know how much I adore pink and gold.
I decided to paint gold polka dots on white Helium balloons with gold leaf paint. I used the end of a pencil to dab paint onto the balloon. It was so much fun and strangely therapeutic, as I printed little dots onto the white balloons. It really doesn’t matter if the dots are not perfect. The aim is to add sparkle and not perfection. So here they are, all together, held by golden ribbons.
Is your mouth watering looking at this? Add some beautiful Tulips, and we’re ready to party! Thanks to my other reliable pink friend, the Balloon Time Helium tank.
Hope you have enjoyed this and that it has inspired you to have fun with Helium balloons.
Wishing you a happy mid week.
( All photography are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. This post has been done in collaboration with Balloon Time. All opinions are my own).