This gorgeous sunset inspired ombré paper garland backdrop would be a stunning accent for birthdays, weddings, or any other special occasion. This airy garland captures light beautifully to create a whimsical backdrop for any event.
The display features a beautiful transition of warm colors encompassing the yellow, orange, and red spectrum. It starts with golden yellows and fades into shades of orange, coral, and reds.
This display is 7 feet tall and 7 feet wide. It includes 18 strands of garland. The strands have been doubled over the backdrop to give it a more layered look (each strand is actually 14 feet long).
I am able to customize this display by adjusting the length and color of the garland, as well as the number of strands. Please contact me if you would like to discuss customizing your paper circle garland backdrop.
The strands are folded and carefully packaged in plastic bags (usually 5-6 per bag, each strand separated by a paper clip). The strands are not pre-attached to the horizontal hanging line. I will include a 10 ft long piece of hanging twine to be used as your hanging line. Please let me know if you need it to be longer.
If you would like to hang this display on your wall, I recommend using 4 Command hooks (they can be purchased at your local craft or hardware store and are NOT included with this display). Space and hang the 4 hooks evenly on your wall according to the product directions. The two hooks on the outside of your display should be about 8ft apart- they will serve as your anchors for the actual line. Tie the twine to these hooks. The middle two hooks will serve as a rest for the line to ensure it does not sag. Once the line is tied between the hooks, you can hang your garland. Simply take one end of the strand and drape it up, over, and down the backside of your hanging line. About 1/2 of each strand of circles will drape down the backside of the display to give it a layered fullness.
You can also purchase a backdrop stand on Amazon for about $30 or use a tension rod if you are trying to hang the garland between two posts or in a window.