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DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

[Wedding Checklists] DIY Photo Booth Props for A Fun Wedding Party

Make you wedding a fun and memorable day with exciting photo booth props! Photo booth  is considered a must-have on any occasions like wedding day. Other’s might consider it expensive, but  why rent when you can make your own. This wedding project will not only save you money but also you and your fiancee (including bridesmaids) will definitely have fun while preparing this for your wedding day. In this blog, we will share some cool ideas from Mara Bee DIY on how you can make your very own photo booth props.  

DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

 

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Hiring a professional photographer is one of the countless things in a wedding checklist. We need to trust someone who can capture every single wonderful moment of your big day. But as I said earlier, a photo booth is another way to create beautiful fun memories on your wedding day too. Your guests will surely enjoy this and they will have fun when you have fancy and cool photo booth props. So, you need to extract your creative juices to be able to make your own props.

So while brewing your own fancy designs, here are some ideas that you can start with. For sure, with these samples it will add excitement in capturing more memorable moments on your wedding day.

 

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

 

Instructions:

 

Step 1. Tracing the Stencil

Step 1. Tracing the Stencil | DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

Starting with the lips. Attach the stencil on the back of your paper. Put a tape at the back of the stencil and place it on top of the construction paper (right-side down), this will ensure that your stencil won’t move when you trace it. Cut it out using scissors, use Exacto knife to cut out the little center of the lips.

 

Step 2. Tape The Dowel

Step 2. Tape The Dowel | DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

After you cut out the lips prop. You can now tape the wooden or plastic dowel at the back of your prop to serve as a handle. Use tape or hot glue to secure it more.

 

Step 3. Other Stencils

Step 3. Other Stencils | DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

Trace and cut these mustache and perfume stencils. Follow the step 1 and 2.

 

Step. 4. Make Speech Bubble

Step. 4. Make Speech Bubble | DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

Stencils are not limited to lips, mustache or whatnot. You can also make shout out. You can very the text like “Mr.”, “Mrs.” , “Sexy” , “Still Available” , and more.

 

So there you have it!

DIY Photo Booth Props | Add Extra Fun on Your Wedding Day

You can add more stencils like the eyeglasses, hats, neckties or anything that looks fun and fancy. Be creative and play around in any type or size you want, make sure your guests will enjoy your photo booth. You can search from Pinterest to get cool ideas you can use for your photo booth props. Do the same steps with all the other stencils using different colors of the construction papers. You can also attach your props onto colorful decorative straws as handles to add more cuteness.

 

You can watch the full video tutorial from Mara Bee DIY below:

Make your big day extra memorable with this DIY!  With just a little bit of effort, you’re sure to wow your guests with these fun photo booth props!
Weddings are important because they celebrate life and possibility. ~ Anne Hathaway

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Momma Mary

Hi there, I'm your Editor of Wedding Checklists. I'm a big fan of weddings and a self-proclaimed fairy godmother of Illinois. I love to lend a hand in organizing my friends' and relatives' wedding to help them have the fairy tale wedding they deserve. You can say that I am already a master in the art of wedding preparation. When not waving my magical wedding wand all over the place, I and my husband, with our two lovable twin daughters, spend our time binge-watching and re-watching Disney movies.

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