Birthday parties are wonderful occasions for fun and joy and you are never too old to throw a great party at home. While various restaurants and entertainment venues offer birthday packages, there is a special charm in hosting a birthday party at home. However, if you live in a small house, decorating it is quite challenging. It is hard to compromise on your birthday, but sometimes you have to skimp on the decor in order to accommodate all your guests. We are here to help you and show you how to decorate a small house for a birthday party and able to welcome everyone who came to wish you happy birthday.

#1 Fabric Tassel Garland

The simplest and cheapest way to decorate your living room for a birthday party is to find colored pieces of fabric, turn them into tassels and create a garland with a piece of string. As an additional step, you can add some glitter or spray paint to make the decoration even more vivid.


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#2 Hand Painted Bottles as Table Centerpieces

Old soda and water bottles can be repurposed as vases by applying a coat of paint and arranging them in a pleasant pattern. These DIY vases are a great option for children’s birthday parties, when things tend to get broken and you wouldn’t want to risk using your favorite vases.


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#3 Tissue Paper Pom-Poms

Pomp-poms are great decorations for children’s and teenagers’ birthday parties. Instead of buying big and bulky ones, you can make your own to suit the size of your house. The only materials you will need are colored tissue paper and a piece of string.


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#4 Cut-out Signs

Get some colored paper, a pencil and a pair of scissors and you can create your own fancy party signs. You can use the signs to direct guests to the open bar, the children’s play area or the dance floor (if you can free up a room for it).


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#5 Confetti Wall Decorations

If you don’t mind spending some time cleaning your walls, this is the most vivid kind of birthday party decoration which takes literally no space. A little sprayed paper glue, a bunch of confetti and a cut-out stencil, and you have got your fancy and colored decoration!


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#6 Balloon Ice Cream Cones

Here is a simple and cute decorating idea: attach paper cones to balloons and make them look like ice cream cones. You should have some real ice cream to offer your guests, because they will certainly want some after they look at your decorations.


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#7 Garlands Made of Cupcake Liners

Cupcake liners are usually brightly colored to compliment the delicious look of the cake. If you don’t plan to bake them, you can still use the liners to create a beautiful garland in just a few minutes. All you need is a needle with thread and as many cupcake liners as you need depending on the length of the garland you want to create.


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#8 Chinese Paper Lanterns

These brightly colored lanterns are not just decorative, they are supposed to bring good luck, as well. There are so many creative ways in which you can integrate Chinese paper lanterns in your birthday party decorations and they can be folded down and re-used on another occasion.


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#9 Watermelon Cocktail Keg

This is a fun way to serve punch or juice. Cut the top and flatten the bottom of a watermelon, hollow it of the pulp, fill it up with your beverage of choice and install a spigot. Now you can start serving your guests!


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#10 Balloons with Leds

Looking for a little fun for a teenage birthday party? This is the ultimate dance floor sensation: turn on the led lights, place them inside balloons and then fill them up with helium. The disco atmosphere is guaranteed!


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Now that you have seen how easy it is to decorate a small house for a birthday party, we are sure that the next party you host will be an absolute success. Good luck!

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