15 DIY Photobooth’s For Any Occasion

Hey Flashers,

I’m quite a massive fan of photobooths. They’re fun, they’re entertaining and it’s a great way to capture great moments on camera. I’ve been doing these for a few years now and I love the contrast of people I get to work with. It all comes down to the atmosphere created by not only the props and back drop but by the subjects.

I’ve found a collection of my favourite 15 photobooth back drops and because I’m so sold on the idea of having fun at any occasion (Apart from funerals) that I’ve dedicated an entire pin board to them here.

If you can’t see anything you’re interested in here then there’s bound to be a little gem waiting for you somewhere in the land of Pinsville.

This is a rustic alter for a wedding but could be used to make a great backdrop behind a food table, to hide something  unappealing at party or just a nice room divider in your home! I love this!

Calligraphy ceremony backdrop  Surprise Elopement Shoot by Stephanie Williams of This Modern Romance for Magnolia Rouge Magazine. Calligraphy by @Laura Jayson Jayson Jayson Hooper www.magnoliarougemagazine.com Being a medievalist, I love the scroll

LOVE the vintage window frames as an alter backdrop. (Via Style Me Pretty... Board #95087)

Reclaimed wood photo backdrop designed with the couples pictures, cross collection and old lit sign.  www.arrangementsdesign.com

Vintage floral backdrop


photobooth fun

Photobooth backdrop

handmade | a photobooth wall


photo booth

Favorite photo booth backdrop yet!

Photo Booth

Photobooth BG

And here’s a little bonus…

creating a rad photo wall


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