5 Original wedding photo booth ideas
If for your wedding you want a corner where your guests can have fun taking pictures, here I leave 5 original wedding photo booth ideas.
THE THEME OF THE PHOTO BOOTH
It is very important to always keep in mind the theme of your wedding, so that all the elements follow the same line and everything looks more harmonious.
VINTAGE PHOTO BOOTH
If your wedding has a vintage style, you could create a corner with old suitecases, elements like antiqued wood and bottles with flowers.
You can add an armchair or an old chair and create a pretty background for the photos of your guests.
PHOTO BOOTH FOR AN OUTDOOR WEDDING
Will your wedding be between nature, in a forest or in a garden? Then, you can create an original photo booth with a vintage van that will also decorate the space and leave your guests speechless.
PHOTO BOOTH FOR AN ELEGANT WEDDING
If your wedding is more elegant, classic and romantic, you have to give the same touch to the corner of the photo booth. So, sofas, peonies, cushions and candelabra will be the perfect setting for your guests to pose for their photos.
PHOTO BOOTH FOR A BOHEMIAN WEDDING
A bohemian wedding also needs a photo booth according to the theme. So, leave room for your creativity with boho cushions, flowers in vivid colors and wicker chairs!
PHOTO BOOTH WITH DOORS AND FOLDING SCREEN
A simple idea but at the same time very nice and that gives a vintage chic touch to your wedding: antique doors or folding screen aged with a floral detail. Just beautiful!
These are just some ideas for an original photo booth for your big day. But you can create different backgrounds in different styles and using a wide variety of objects.
Are you ready to create your special corner for the photo booth?
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