7 DIY Photo Booth Tips Creating Simple

1. MAKE A BACKDROP.



Your backdrop doesn’t have to be fancy. It definitely should not be complicated. Start with a blank solid-color wall. White. Black. Blue. Whatever. If you want a pattern—have a pattern.

2. PROVIDE AS MUCH LIGHT AS POSSIBLE.



Instead of fiddling with any kind of camera flash setup, just make sure your DIY photo booth area is very, very, very well lit.


3. GET SOME PROPS. 



Toys. Costumes Inflatable pool floats. Whatever you think will make it more fun and interesting for your guests. Animal masks are always a big hit, and so is anything that’s way too big or over sized like sunglasses or jewelry.

4.  MAKE A HASHTAG FOR YOUR WEDDING.



Maybe you don’t want to be those people with a hashtag for their wedding. But it’s okay! You’re only having the hashtag so that you can collect and find ALL of the photos that people took at your wedding.

5. FOR PRINTED PHOTOS, BUY AN INSTAX SHARE SP-2 PHOTO PRINTER.



This printer enables anyone with a smartphone to print their photos right on the spot at your wedding reception.

6. OR BUY ANY OTHER INSTANT FILM CAMERA.



For an even simpler, more lo-fi option, grab one of these cameras (fun fact: this is what the APW staff uses for just about every one of our parties).

7. IPAD DIY PHOTO BOOTH SETUP.



Using an iPad for your photo booth camera works great because it has a larger screen and is a centralized spot to hold all of your photos. There are a few photo booth apps out there but this one is really great.

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