I had such fun making photobooth props for our wedding. I spent ages trying to find free downloadable pictures and then making some of my own. I also managed to use illustrator to trace and edit some other pictures that I found. So, today I’ll be giving you my collection of props. We also added in some cheap hats, plastic glasses etc to add some variety.
It gave the guests something to do while we were having photos and then we also did a group photo of each table before supper, to make sure that we had a photograph of each guest. (Unfortunately my external harddrive is currently not responding, so I only have access to the official photographs and the informal photos that I had uploaded to facebook ..WHOOPS)
Our parents getting in on the action:
What you need:
How to make the props:
Print out the pdf (available above).
For the plain black photobooth props use the images as a stencil on the foam and cut around the edges. (For the colourful props, like the lips, stencil the foam with the image and then stick the image on the front)
Cut the pointy end off the kebab stick.
Use the glue to stick the sticks onto the back of the props (close to the edge of the prop).
Because the glue gave a lighter appearance on the back, I just coloured over the glue with black permanent marker, to disguise it.
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