We all know how much a dessert table backdrop really adds the finishing touch to any party. We have gathered 15+ awesome DIY party backdrops to show you just how easy it can be. There are some super simple options and some that take a little more elbow grease.
This Mary Poppins chalkboard backdrop is free standing, this one takes a little more work but the outcome is totally worth it.
Make an ombre backdrop out of balloons, this one is super simple in my opinion, you just have to use different length ribbon on the balloons.
Making a paper chain backdrop might take a little time but you could get your kids to work on it and it would take no time at all!
This backdrop is not only cheap but pretty easy, just get a board and some ribbon and wha-la you have a fancy backdrop for your party.
Making banners to add with the backdrops can be a great idea, this banner is made from napkins!
Cheap and easy is what I like about this one, it is a tablecloth party backdrop.
This circus tent backdrop may not be easy but let me tell you it really make this party look GREAT!
You can make a lot of rosettes and when you add them all together you get something pretty awesome like this!
I’ve seen fringe is really trendy right now and I totally see why! It adds great texture to any wall for a simple backdrop, and did you see the price of this one? $2 that’s a steal!
I think it is always a good idea to have a large chalkboard on hand, look at how this diy backdrop came together!
I love this diy, using a paper punch, you just punch a bunch of circles and then string them up!
Here is some more fringe but in a banner format, I love the color scheme of this one!
For a fancy party like this one you can make a backdrop from feather boas!
This backdrop looks fun to make, I love the black drop with white splats of paint!
I am always a fan of the monogram backdrops, this makes the guest of honor feel pretty special.
Whether you stick a few things on the wall or you make up a board it is always a good idea to add a little something behind the food table. I hope these ideas bring you a little inspiration for the next bash you decide to throw.