Wedding DIY is the trend that we want to last forever! We love seeing all the fantastic things that our amazing couples create for their weddings and we just can’t get enough of wedding craft. Wedding photo booths are super popular and with good reason so if you’re thinking of making your own, we’ve got the best DIY photo booths for you right here…
Keep it simple with a cut out cardboard frame and some outsize pegs. Pop a sign nearby to tell your guests what to do and add your names and wedding date to the frame as well.
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A couple of wooden palettes and some flowers are all you need to create the perfect rustic photo booth.
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Get that wedding portrait feel with an outsize gilt frame. These are perfect for posing in and you can paint them yourself to work with your colour scheme.
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For a really pretty photo booth, simply attach lots of long lengths of ribbon to a pole and hang this to create a great place for pics.
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Foliage is just so on trend right now and hoops covered in greenery make a fab backdrop. Use artificial foliage to make these hoops in advance and then just hang them up on the big day.
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Photo walls are so much fun. A large piece of plywood gets covered in cool wallpaper and then cut out holes are edged with photo frames. So much fun for guests!
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We love chalkboard signage at weddings so why not create a chalkboard DIY photo booth too?
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If you fancy a bigger project, using reclaimed doors will win you lots of style points. Find tutorials and instructions for this DIY online.
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Another DIY for the keen crafter, a large wooden arch that’s hung with curtains and flowers is a seriously impressive backdrop for those wedding selfies.
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Tube lights have never looked this good! This photo booth is perfect for couples who want to make a statement.
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Here’s yet another use for paper pom poms – attach them to a big backdrop and you’ve got an instant photo booth.
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Flowers strung onto invisible thread make a brilliant decoration for your photo booth although you might want to use silk or paper blooms to save yourself a job just before the big day.
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What do you get when you add two step ladders, a straight ladder and some decorations to your wedding? A photo booth of course!
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Distressed, vintage wallpaper and a statement piece of furniture create a fantastic backdrop for your booth and there’s plenty of space for lots of friends to crowd in too.
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Sometimes you don’t need to create a backdrop if nature can do it for you. Pick a spot in the grounds at your venue and simply suspend a frame for a branch for instant photo booth happiness.
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Once you’ve created your wedding photo booth, don’t forget to stock up on the props! There are loads of DIY wedding ideas for ace accessories for your photo booth on line so set aside some time for a ‘crafternoon’ and enjoy creating your very own wedding.
Once your guests have snapped themselves happy, it’s time to hit the dancefloor and party all night long. Take a look at these nine ways to keep your wedding guests on the dancefloor.