DIY Wedding photo booth

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DIY Wedding photo booth

Consisting of a frame, clothespins, decorative band and designed name cards with our silhouette cameo, this diy photo booth was a great addition for our wedding reception activities.  This is not only a DIY photo booth for brides and grooms, it was a great opportunity to let our wedding guests from near and far to get to know one another through taking pictures and interaction.

TIP: Try and create wedding decorations that your guests can treat as a small, yet personalized give-away to take home with them to look at or use for years to come.

DIY Wedding photo booth
DIY Wedding photo booth

DIY Photo booth wedding

We also decided to attain a newer Polaroid instant-printing camera. It cost roughly 260 US dollars. Please don’t forget to purchase an SD card with it as well, because the internal drive can only say up to 30 pictures. You could also ask your friends and relatives if someone has an older functioning Polaroid camera to save the 260 dollars. Additionally, please do not forget to purchase a good amount of photo paper. It would be horrible if you ran out and heck, you only get married once! The signs were made by the matron of honor. The pictures taken could be printed out instantly and added to the clothespin frame.

TIP: It is worth buying the Polaroid camera. You can use the camera for future festivities such as family gatherings, reunions, birthdays etc. photo booths and old-fashioned print-your-own-memories never gets old in this new digital age.

diy photo booth wedding
diy photo booth wedding

 

DIY photo booth = ice-breaker

The photo booth was placed directly in the entrance area so that no one could hide from it! Just remove your name card and replace it with a Polaroid picture. Props were included as well. As you can see, we had a German-American wedding right in the heart of Wisconsin… yes with German beer and German Lederhosen and the whole nine yards. The booth was a blast for both German and English speaking guests and was a great ice-breaker!

diy photo booth
diy photo booth

 

 

 

 

 

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