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Monday, July 23, 2012

Outdoor Photo Booth Tutorial

Today I wanted to share a fun summer tutorial with you all. Photo Booths have been all the rage for some years now for all sorts of parties and events. They are a great activity for guests of all ages, and also create fun  memories with pictures to go along. We have done them many times  as well and I must say that I am a huge fan! They are extremely simple to do, both indoors and out. Since more parties are done outside in the summer time I thought I would share one way to make a photo booth outdoors for all that fun!
PVC pipe - 3 pieces
Elbow PVC joints - 2 pieces
2 Rebar & a hammer
You can get all these products (probably not the fabric you want though) at your local hardware store for fairly inexpensive.
PVC comes in all different widths and lengths. If you don't see the lengths you want for the height and length for you photo booth, the friendly workers can trim them down for you :)
Assemble your pieces together into a 'U' shaped frame, mine was 5 feet tall and about 8 feet long
Space your rebards the length of your frame and hammer into the ground.
Thread or hang your fabric onto your frame and insert onto the rebars
Accent your area with banners, props, and more!
This photo booth was done for part my daughters 2nd birthday party that was a Milk &  Cookies on the Farm party that you can find all the details here on my blog.
Some fun props we had were milk mustaches,
milk and cookie photo props, milk cans and themed signs.
I hope that you all enjoyed this post and inspires you to create some of your own memories and photos.


  1. This is sooo cute! I will have to use this idea for one of my Frontier Girls parties.

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  3. Great to have a tutorial about how to make the frame or support for the booth backdrop! This would be the challenging part for most of us. Thanks!

  4. those kids are "udderly uddorable!"

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