Mostly, kids find their birthday essential. Whether they show it or not, they do wish to be able to celebrate the day. As a parent, of course you want to make it come true. But if budget is your problem, then you should not have to worry. With these birthday party decoration ideas you can make yourself, you may save a lot. Sounds like good news, doesn’t it?
If you want to celebrate your kid’s birthday on a budget, then again you must consider how many people are invited. You do know that it’s the catering that actually costs bigger. The more people are coming, the more you spend. So, remember that it is the number of guests coming that matters the most.
DIY Birthday Party Decoration Ideas
You can actually decorate a room for a party literally yourself. This might take you less than a week to prepare. Let’s see what we can do.
Paper Fan Decor
First, you can start with making these paper fans. You can either use it for the backdrop, or make the fan garland. Just use the color of papers that looks best for the design.
Basic thing that is commonly used in a birthday decor is balloons. Not to make it boring, bring your creativity to turn them into character balloons by using papers.
Big Crepe Fringe
Next, you can simply turn your empty wall to be way more interesting with the help of the crepe fringe. It is literally easy to make, since all you have to do is fold and cut. Similarly, the color of the paper you use really matters. Remember to pick the most interesting ones.
Or, if you want something easier, you can also make this tassel garland. It’s really simple, yet still looking fascinating.
Lastly, you might feel that a party isn’t complete without a piñata. And of course, you can make one yourself. The materials you’ll need are what you use for other decorations, too. Isn’t that just interesting?
Instead of making one big piñata, you can also make some mini pinatas as the party treats. The kids will love the idea so much!
What do you think about these birthday party decoration ideas? Not so difficult to make, aren’t they?