Step-By-Step Guide To Creating A Balloon Daisy Backdrop

Step-By-Step Guide To Creating A Balloon Daisy Backdrop

Decorations are an essential element of any party. Regardless of the venue, whether it is held outdoors or indoors, a party is not complete without decorations. Party stores like BoBoChaCha Balloons are great places to look for décor products, such as balloons and streamers. Depending on the theme of your party, your party décor will vary accordingly. Similarly, depending on your overall budget, you will also have to plan and set aside a sufficient fund for the décors.

While you may find everything you need with us, there are several ways you can plan a party on a certain budget yet input some personal touch into your party. One of which is to design your own balloon decoration. In this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide to teach you how to craft an air-filled balloon daisy that goes well as a table centrepiece or as part of the backdrop.

Items you will need:

  • A4 Papers
  • Mini balloons or any sized balloons
  • A hand pump
  • Scotch tape
  • Scissors

Step 1: Cut the A4 paper to form a single petal

You may either search the internet for any available templates or draw out yourself and cut them out. If you are crafting multiple balloon daisies, we would recommend cutting out a balloon sizer. This sizer will basically be an A4 paper with whatever sized circle you want. Cut it out, leaving a hole in the middle of the paper. This is optional, but if you want to keep the balloons all of the same size, the sizer comes in handy.

Step 2: Cut the A4 paper into squares

Make a square out of the A4 paper. For this step, you can use any coloured paper; white included too! Fold any corner of the paper towards the diagonally opposite edge of the paper and cut the excess. This will leave you with a perfect square.

Step 3: Create your petals

With the squares you just cut, fold them diagonally three times. Get your petal template and line the point with the corner of the folded square, cutting around it. After you have gotten your petal shapes, cut off just the point. Once you unfold your petals, it will unveil a circle of petals with a hole in the middle for your balloon to fit through.

You may even add creases to the petals by folding them petals in any way to offer a sense of structure so that they will stay firm.

Step 4: Adding the balloon as the centre

Using your hand pump, or if you wish, your own breath, blow up your balloon. If you are making multiple balloon daisies, this is when the balloon sizer will come in handy to help you keep them to the same size should you desire so. If not, simply just blow them up and deflate them accordingly till they are able to fit properly into the middle of the circle of petals.

You have now got your first balloon daisy. Repeat till you are satisfied with the number of balloon daisies needed.

You may use scotch tape to attach the balloon daisies to the wall as part of a backdrop. They would look great for photos or even as a décor. Also, you may mix things up by matching the balloon centres and petals to match your party theme or use different-sized papers and balloons to craft various-sized balloon daisies.


We hope you have found this useful and interesting for your party planning needs. Nevertheless, if you are looking for quality balloons and party décors, then look no further than BoBoChaCha Balloons. We are a one-stop party shop that offers everything you need for a successful party, from customised helium balloons and themed balloons to LED fairy lights and party poppers. Visit our website to find out more today!