Photobooth FUN

Aaaaah... the photo booth photos - constantly reminding us of being young and fun, capturing candid moments of silliness and affection. They are so popular these days that now you can see them not only in malls, but bars, night clubs and even at weddings. Photo booths create excitement, they allow guests to connect and have fun, and most importantly, leave a lasting impression.

Check out some of these simple and cute ideas. I hope they will inspire you to craft your own photo booth for your big day!

A backdrop can add a lot of fun and personality to your wedding and; therefore,  it's an important decision. Select a backdrop that works with your color scheme or theme and reflect the look and feel of your wedding. 

1. The Fabric Backdrop
I think using fabric as a background is a great idea for an outdoor photo booth.  I love the simplicity and the organic feel of the photo booth below. Fabric in bold colours and with interesting textures can also look great.
{ photos by Walter Pieringer, found via Green Wedding Shoes }
{ photos by Jose Villa via Green Wedding Shoes }



2. Freestanding Photo Booth Wall

The vintage photo booth wall takes more time to plan and construct, but it is definitely worth it - it is such a creative and unique idea. The Ruffled Blog posted a tutorial, so check it our if you are interested.
{Images via Wedding Bee & Swanky Tables}

3. The Chalkboard Frames

Of course, I saved the best for last. Instead of props, you could use framed  chalkboard and have your guests write a short message! I love, love, love this idea. It actually inspired me to do this blog post. This is so much better than a guest book. The pictures below are from Becky and Jeff's wedding in Edmonton. Becky's Dad created the erasable signs.  Each photo was printed at the event with a bottom boarder design that matched their stationery and decor and had the wedding date on itPlus the last picture of the bride and the groom could be used for their thank you cards. Fabulous idea. The guy behind the lenses was Michael Warf.

(Photo credits: Michael Warf Photography)


 

1 comment:

  1. Love this hahaha all great ideas! I get married sept 2012 sooooo we will see which one of these I can incorporate into my reception :D

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