With a few weeks to prepare, this meant I needed to do a little research on Pinterest. Bummer... ;-) I came across one really helpful blog in particular, Oh Happy Day. She has lots of posts related to setting up photo booth backdrops along with free printables for your photo booth props! I also stumbled across her post with Christmas photo booth props! In case you're wondering, yes, I'm already planning for a Christmas party to happen just so a photo booth and those props can be included.
|The birthday girl with her BFF.
They were naturals in front of the camera :-)
As far as the printable props were concerned, I decided to stick with the basics...funny glasses, a mustache, some lips. There were plenty of options out there on the web. However, for some of the props, I wanted them to be a different color or I wanted to cut them out of some cute, patterned scrapbook paper of mine.
Thus, I drew up this this little template complete with photo booth prop patterns.
To make these photo props yourself, simply the prop template, print it out, cut out the props and then trace them onto whatever color/patterned paper that you want! It would be best to use card stock quality paper. For an even sturdier prop that doesn't flop over, trace the pattern onto some foam or cardboard, cut it out and glue it to the colored/patterned piece.
As I have time, I plan to add to my photo booth prop collection (because I always want to be prepared for some more photo booth fun), so stay on the lookout for more free prop printables!
what a great idea!!!! xoReplyDelete
Thanks Katherine :-)Delete
This is perfect as my sister is getting married soon and she wants to do a photo booth! I love crafting and this is much more purse friendly. I will be suggesting this to her. Thanks for sharing it!ReplyDelete
These props are so much fun! It brought out the goofy in even the shyest of people. It already sounds like your sister's wedding is going to be fun :-)Delete
Thanks for your comment!
These are so cute! I need to do this for our next party. Thanks for sharing, and thanks again for linking up! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Emily :-) Like I said, already planning for a Christmas party. I'm in love with photo booths now. I laughed and laughed while I was going through the pictures.Delete
These photo props are so cute! I think my daughter and her friends would have a blast using them!ReplyDelete
Oh, definitely! Thanks for dropping by and commenting, Jessica :-)Delete