#BudgetBride: New Wedding Photobooth Walls Anyone Can Set Up!
BY Sakshi | 01 Nov, 2016 | 2365 views | 3 min read
Gota strings photobooth
Photo Courtesy: Clique Events and EntertainmentThe humble Indian gota looks so pretty, but we really do not use it enough! Hang a lot of gotas (silver or gold) against a plain piece of cloth (pink and gold looks wow) and you have yourself a traditionalish looking photobooth which is cool for a Mehendi!
Chalkboard effect photobooth
Photo Courtesy: Tanvi and Avinash (Delhi)Whether you choose to do it on black cloth or put black chalkboard paint on a piece of plyboard, this works really well and is super easy! You can write the date, your names, some fun quotes, you love story and basically make it as cool as you want!
Simple rustic wooden window frame
Photo Courtesy:SM WeddingsRustic photobooths with florals look amazing, and here is a simple one! Just buy a wooden window frame with distressed finish or get one made and hang it with some floral arrangement for a simple yet pretty photobooth!
Rustic door with floral arrangement
Photo Courtesy: Karan Sidhu PhotographyJust like rustic windows, rustic doors also look amazing. Just get the doors placed and decorate it with flowers.. you have yourself a simple but very effective photobooth!
Ribbons and tins
Photo Courtesy:Vintage Nutters
Who knew simple ribbons and tins could make a pretty photobooth? The tins are reused cans and the ribbons- you can have all colours or keep a colour theme in mind. Suspend them from a wooden frame, string or wire, and you're all set!
Painted tyres and bottles
Photo Courtesy: The Con ArtistsLooks super cool doesn't it? It works really well for outdoor functions, and is so simple to pull off! Get some old tyres, paint some discarded alcohol bottles and you're all set!
Paper umbrella wall photobooth
Photo Courtesy: The Wedding Weavers
Open up some paper umbrellas and fix them all from a ply or frame. Is so easy, and looks amazing when photographed as a backdrop wall.
Floral/ Origami strings
Photo Courtesy:Anamika Khanna
Strings with origami or flowers also look great in photos and are very easy to pull off! Just hang loads of them from a string, wire or frame in a corner or above a swing or bench!
With hanging photos
Photo Courtesy: Morvi Images PhotographySuspending some photo frames with your photos with ribbons or strings also makes for a unique personalised photobooth. A little more effort, but totally worth it!
Hanging frames and fairy lights
Photo Courtesy: Priyanka and Karun's Real Wedding
Photo Courtesy: SM WeddingsA giant hole in a white piece of ply or one covered with cloth with just the date makes for a great giant polaroid frame for a photobooth! You can print and paste the date or you name or simply get it painted! So, which one are you gonna try?