Post # 1
The closer my date gets, I keep thinking about having a photobooth. I want something simple, but fun to get guests involved. All the DIY photobooths I have seen using a sheet or fabric are outside. Is anyone doing something like this inside? Any ideas or suggestions would be helpful. I don’t have the resources to provide pictures, but guests can use their own cameras to get creative with a box of props provided. This is kind of what I was thinking…
Post # 3
We did one inside. A description of how we did it can be found at this link. Among other things, I made a very simple backdrop stand that can be leaned against a wall. I just used a sheet with it, but any fabric could be used.
Post # 4
I think photo booths are a great idea. I love your inspiration pictures. Extra long table cloths work great for those! I think what you can do is tack it to the wall and if you want to have the flower matching, just use double stick tape or command removable/heavy duty wall hanging strips to tack down one on the floor. Provide good lighting and you are all set for a ton of fun for your guests.
I’m doing mine next year at my wedding. Except I’m going to hang large tissue paper pom poms as the back drop. We are doing a garden type wedding on my parent’s farm.
I haven’t decided if I’m going to provide props but since its going to be a shabby chic/vintage I might provide die cut mastaches.
I plan on having a photo tripod set up and having a designated someone take the pictures. I am also planning on including a copy of the photo in the thank you cards.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2010 - Victorian Gardens of Two Sisters
I would definitely recommend having a photobooth! Ours was so simple to put together, and everyone LOVED it!! Our photos were really, really fun.
My dad made a frame from 2×4’s he had lying around, and we just stapled a flat, cal-king sized sheet to it. Turned our perfectly!
I haven’t blogged about it yet, but here are a few of my favorites : )