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I saw this photo on Cup of Jo last month and I’ve been obsessed ever since. This idea is getting filed away in my brain until warmer weather is upon us. I want to have a birthday picnic or a shower for someone with a setup like this. So inspiring!
January 5, 20097:10 am
Yeah it looks gorgeous! I would love to site under something like that in a garden.. Its so dreamy..
January 5, 20099:26 am
Ooo! I want to do this for my daughters birthday in April! Any idea about the technical aspect of it? What is holding it all up?
January 5, 200911:02 am
yes, ti’s so awesome! you’d just have to make sure that it wasn’t too windy! kendra, i think the balloons are holding up the very light canopy xo
January 5, 20092:26 pm
January 5, 20092:57 pm
What a great shot!
January 5, 20093:15 pm
Looks like something you could do & I could copy.
January 5, 200911:21 pm
Agreed! I think I saw it on Apartment Therapy.
I want to do this for parties in my courtyard. In the summer there is a very narrow sliver of shade in the yard and I’ve seen all my guests huddled there at one point during a party! This idea would be a fun, beautiful way to provide more shade – without taking up valueable lawnspace.
I’m thinking light muslin, some grommets and helium. Think that’ll work?
January 6, 20097:57 am
That’s amazing … are the balloons and canopy just balancing each other in weight? It’s fantastic!
January 8, 200911:40 am
My eyes just got really big. The ideas starts flashing through my brain at the speed on light.
That’s it. I want to get married again and have a reception just for these. I love it!
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