How to Nail Your Winter Photo Booth

When it gets cold outside, bring the party inside! By creating a themed winter photo booth, you'll feel one with nature in the coziest way possible. An open air photo booth can capture your scene better than an enclosed one which gives you way more creativity and flexibility to show off all the frozen fun. There are three core elements when you are putting together any themed photo booth experience. They are (1) What you do (2) What you wear and (3) What is behind you. We've done just thank by selecting each of the three elements to nail your winter photo booth below: 

1. LOTS OF "SNOW" 

A crucial ingredient for any winter photo booth. We are loving the "Disco Ball" mix from The Confetti Bar which is sold by the cup. Your guests will have a blast throwing the confetti in the air and capturing the faux-snowfall mid-fall.

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2. WOODLAND ANIMAL MASK

We are obsessed with these Polygon masks from Winter Croft. You pay for the design and then build the mask yourself. We thought the Stag Half Mask would fit in best with your winter photo booth. 

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3. SETTING A SWEET SCENE

We absolutely love this DIY to turn your photo booth into a chilly chill zone using  marshmallows! With just a bit of fishing wire, you can make strings of marshmallow garlands to create a winter photo booth backdrop. We found the best tutorial over at Treasures & Travel Blog and loved the added touch of layering in greenery.

DOWN TO CHILL?