Looking for some lively DIY photo booth props?
From wedding receptions to baby showers to birthday parties, photo booths masks are all the rage.
Skip the expensive rental and create a one-of-a-kind booth with props and a backdrop for your next party or event using our step-by-step instructions and free printable templates.
If you’re getting married, or just having a party you’d like to remember, a photobooth mask can be a fun device to help you remember things. Of course you can rent one, but with an old computer, digital camera, and printer, making one isn’t too hard.
These DIY photo booth mask ideas will make your next party way more fun! Rally up your family and friends and choose from one of these snapshot-worthy picks! This is a really easy way to make your friends have fun at your party.
How to Make Cardboard Emoji Faces
We all love emojis. And now with the Emoji movie in theaters, emoji parties keep getting more popular. Personally, we LOVE this party theme. Cute, colorful, expressive emojis add so much personality.
Let these rad photo booth props inspire your next theme party
Themed parties are a ton of fun to host, but finding the perfect aesthetic can be difficult. Let these obscure photo booth props inspire your next celebration, and don’t be afraid to go all out when you decorate.
Your kids will be itching to kick off the fun poses, and the whole party is sure to follow suit, especially if you have playful photo props like animals masks, printable mustaches and silly eyewear.
How to Make a Carnival Mask
Probably the most well known symbol of Carnival is the Carnival mask.
Tutorial : DIY Carnival Mask
Now that you have all of your props printed, cut and glued together, it’s time to set up the photo booth. Choose an area that is out of the way so you don’t stop the flow of the party. Also, make sure you pick an area with decent lighting and a nice back drop like a white or brick wall.
If you have a tripod and a camera on hand, set it up with a timer so guests will be able to take photos without a designated photographer. No camera? No problem! Everyone will want a copy of the photos on their phones anyway, so encourage people to take the photos and share with a custom party hashtag. After the party you can scroll through all the pictures. We bet you will have a great selection to create photo gifts to commemorate the event!
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This is a great craft project that the whole family can work on! And it’s a great way to recycle your cardboard boxes
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