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15 Cute Photo Booth Ideas for Your Next Party

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Party photo booths are everywhere these days and for good reason. They’re a fun activity for both the host and guest and they create a fun memento from the celebration. If you’re planning on setting up one for your next gathering, check out these ideas for cute backdrops – most of them are inexpensive and easy to recreate.


  • Framed 1 of 15
    You need to have some building skills to recreate this look but it would be a blast for your guests.
    See more of this wedding on Style Me Pretty
  • Streamers 2 of 15
    Crash your local dollar store and fill your cart with streamers for this easy and colorful look.
    Photo credit: Photojojo
  • Sparkle 3 of 15
    For this backdrop, we simply draped silver grass mat from a parade float source. Super easy.
    Photo credit: Smilebooth
  • Pinwheels + Flowers 4 of 15
    Wow, this is quite the statement. You could definitely do this on a smaller scale and still make a huge impact.
    Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess
  • Sewn Bunting 5 of 15
    Crank out your sewing machine and cut up triangles of fabric to create this cheery backdrop.
    See more from this party on Bleubird Vintage
  • Fringe Tissue 6 of 15
    Zig zag and fringe makes for great texture.
    See more ideas from Brides
  • Balloons 7 of 15
    I like the idea of doing a whole wall of layered balloons.
    Get the tutorial from The Bride's Guide
  • Giant Pinwheels 8 of 15
    Paper accordion pinwheels are pretty simple to create. I love the large scale of these ones.
    Photo credit: Les Culottes Courtes
  • Super Hero 9 of 15
    With a few cardboard boxes and paper, you can create a city skyline.
    See more from this party on Domestic Charm
  • Peg Board 10 of 15
    Peg board is inexpensive and you can easily customize what you hang from it without any permanent damage.
    Click here to see more from Ashley Meaders
  • Lace 11 of 15
    This one comes with the downloadable clip art so you can get the exact look.
    Get the tutorial from Martha Stewart Weddings
  • Blown-Up 12 of 15
    To impress (or embarrass) the birthday kid, blow-up a photo of them for a sweet backdrop.
    Get the full tutorial on Oh Happy Day
  • Crepe Paper 13 of 15
    I love this colorful striped look from hanging sheets of crepe paper. Why didn't I think of this?!
    Get the tutorial from Martha Stewart Weddings
  • Layered Streamers 14 of 15
    Customizable colors and inexpensive, the only downfall is it might be slightly time consuming to create the pattern.
    Get the tutorial from Ruffled
  • Fabric 15 of 15
    Check your local thrift store for vintage sheets or fabric to make a pretty backdrop.
    See more of this wedding on Martha Stewart Weddings

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Article Posted 6 years Ago

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