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Customizing your Photo Booth

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Wenning's Wedding Tip Wednesday

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When it comes to customizing your Wedding Day the options are truly limitless. Everything from your Save the Date, to your Invitations and most importantly your Venue will have the personal touch of you and your spouse. Just because you booked a Photo Booth should not mean that you have to go with the standard backdrop and props provided by the company. Why not customize those details as well! The image will be seen in all of the Photo Booth pictures and you can use anything from your wedding logo or simply go with your names and special date on the backdrop. The backdrop will be yours to keep after your Big Day and you get to turn it into something cool and unique that can be used or displayed around your home!

You can also provide some props of your own that you and your guests will love because they are true to you or the theme you chose. Previous couples have used cutouts as props that resemble social media posts or some of their favorite superhero masks! If you decided to do a hashtag for your wedding day you can incorporate that in your props as well. You can choose to include any ideas in with your photo booth, this is your special day and we want it to be memorable in every way. Whatever route you go, just be sure to have fun with it because 9 times out of 10 if you are having a blast your guests will also!

We included some images below on how previous clients have used their own props and designed their backdrop for their Photo Booth. Granted, it may take some time for you to get around to creating something really awesome from the backdrop but it will be yours to have and who knows, maybe you’ll find time somewhere around your First Anniversary to take the time to make a nice keepsake from it!

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