I’ve done a few posts on our very DIY and budget-friendly wedding (check them out here, here, here, here and here), and I wanted to make sure and share the wedding booth props I made. The photo booth was a huge hit at the wedding, and we were even able to use the props again at our nephew’s baby shower a few years later.
To make the props, I created the templates in Illustrator – download my printable template here if you’d like – and then had a few friends over to cut them out and put the props together.
What you’ll need:
1/4″ wooden dowels (I also used a hot glue gun to wrap mine in 1/4″ ribbon)
Black card stock, plain card stock and decorative paper
Hot glue and hot glue gun
Pens to make things like the tie and lip line
X-acto knife or scissors to cut them out
Prosecco, if it’s a party
I cut out two layers for each item and used hot glue to sandwich the wooden dowel in the middle. That way it didn’t matter which way the prop was held.
This is our ring bearer and flower girl showing everyone how it’s done.