Entries in Photobooth (3)


a FAVORITE...Smitten Sticks

I love Photobooths for special events such as Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and Showers and I especially love the idea of supplying fun props at your photobooth to inspire your guests to let loose and have fun.  A few weeks ago I wrote about Chalkboard Speech Bubbles and now I have found another "prop idea" that I am equally "smitten" with.

SMITTEN STICKS are handmade, quirky, clever paper expressions-mustaches, smiles and the like, that inspire silliness and fun.  Created by Edyta, a wedding photographer and Vana, a design expert of all things paper, Smitten Sticks make fantastic photobooth props.  Whether you are using a professional photobooth vendor or you are creating a do-it-yourself photobooth, SMITTEN STICKS, will provide countless photo opportunities.  They would also make great props for engagement sessions and family portraits.

To order a set of Smitten Sticks for your next event, CLICK HERE to visit the le papier studio Etsy site - home of Smitten Sticks.


Photobooth Fun!

These Chalkboard Speech Bubbles, available at PHOTOJOJO, are a FAVORITE!  Photobooths are a popular trend at weddings, bar mitzvahs and parties and these Chalkboard Speech Bubbles are the perfect prop to personalize your photobooth portraits.

Each eco-friendly chalkboard is cut from durable plywood and has a handle on the back to make posing simple.  Place a few Chalkboard Speech Bubbles and some chalk next to your photobooth and let your guests share their random thoughts and heartfelt wishes. 

FYI - these Chalkboard Speech Bubbles weigh less than a pad of paper and wipe clean with a paper towel.



a few of this week's FAVORITE THINGS...

It's Friday and that means a look at some of my FAVORITE blog posts from the week. Click on the blog name to visit the post.  Enjoy!

Jillian Bissinger, an LA-based photographer guest blogs on The Hostess Blog about creating a successful DIY Zany Photobooth at your home.  Perfect for holiday parties and birthday parties.

Julianne Smith explains "the difference between personality and personalization" on the Garter Girl Blog.  I think these words of wisdom apply not just to weddings but any type of special event.

Event planner Beth Helmstetter believe that lighting is one of the most important elements in event design (an so do I).

Diva Dialogue shares a 2010 Wedding Trend - Peacock Flowers & Decor.  Such inspiration!


xoxo  lisa

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