Hang lights and paper balls (get these at hobby lobby in the party section)
We did not want our guest to have to stare at our tools/lawn equipment so we ended up wrapping the entire garage with rolls of plastic table clothes. A staple gun was used to secure the plastic to the ceiling and again at the bottom of the wall. Then we finished off the look with streamers and tissue paper puffs. The total cost for this project was less than $20. The end result turned out looking like a fun circus tent! Far better than we had imagined.
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I decorated the garage for a birthday party, but it was practice for the wedding. Total cost of the decor was $20 using plastic table cloths from the Dollar Store, and a roll of white duct tape. Folded over the top of the table cloths and carefully taped with 1/2 wide white duct tape. Then I hung then with clothes line. Very happy with the way it turned out.
burlap wall covering with lights
My take on the balloon wall to cover ugly garage shelves for a wedding shower
Fitted sheet instead of a tablecloth for an outside party!
Dollar store plastic tablecloths and a few balloons - awesome party ceiling!qa by jerry
Easiest Ever Balloon Party Garland
easiest EVER balloon party garland. Make garlands to hang, or bunches to decorate with.