Sunday, September 21, 2014

Wedding Photobooth

This week we will talk about wedding photo booth, tips, trends and recommended props…

Anything goes in photo booths, which is what makes them so addictive. While it's nice to have shiny, posed, professional photos from your wedding, more and more couples are also including photo booths at receptions to capture silly moments with friends and family.
Here are some ideas and recommendations:

An inexpensive picture frame, some fun props and a digital camera is 
All you need to create your very own photo booth without breaking the bank. 
This is such a cute idea for your wedding and so inexpensive, you might 
Want to have a photo booth at every party you host in the future…
1. Choose a camera: As a more makeshift yet versatile option, 
Connect a portable photo printer to a DSLR camera, a laptop, 
Or a web cam and let guests do their thing. For a retro touch, 
Track down a Polaroid camera.

2. Decorate the background: A big piece of fabric makes the 
Easiest background choice for DIY photo booths.
Fabric stores offer the best prices, plus there are tons of funky 
Prints to choose from. You could even give guests the option to swap 
Out the backgrounds for more variety.

3. Design your own template: Make (better) friends with Photoshop 
And design your own photo template or ask your invitation designer
Create one for you.

     4. Antique frames can be found at a local thrift store or 
     Flea market. Spray paint them neon, metallic, or to match your 
     Wedding Colors soYour Guests can "frame" themselves.

     5. Moustaches are huge right now. 
     The best way to save money on this and some of these 
    Other props would be the DIY route. To make your own clay 
    Mustache check out Martha Stewart's tutorial Mustache on a Stick.

6. Bubbles look great floating around in the foreground and
 background of photographs so   pick up some bottles at your local
 dollar store or Wal Mart.

7. Heart Garland Photo Booth Backdrop: Add some love
 to your wedding photo booth backdrop with a chic garland of hearts.

8. Pop Candy Lips Photo Booth Photo Props: A set of pop candy 
photo prop moulds 
!in the shape of kissable lips

9.Look for hats, glasses, and anything you wear on your head or face
 -- Mickey Mouse 
,ears, pillbox hat, cat eye glasses, fake noses, wax lips, monocle
 eye patch, cowboy hat, pimp hat, pirate hat, Indian headdress
.plastic animal masks like the ones in Breakfast at Tiffany's
!If you can dream it, you can have it as a prop for your wedding photo booth

So which photo booth did you liked the most?
Which prop did you choose using?
I would like you to tell and upload a picture
See you on the next post

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Creating your own Wedding Website

You got the ring, set the date, started to put a list together
Of who should - or shouldn't - be invited.
You're full of excitement about the new life ahead of you
And you got a million things swirling around in your head.
As soon as you feel you have one issue solved, another pops up.
 Planning a wedding is all about the details and there are only so
 Many details you can hold in your head while managing a full time job.
You need a personal wedding website.

Here are some tips and advice for Creating your own Wedding Website:

5 Tips For The Perfect Wedding Website:

Tip number 1:

To save costs, open a blog, its free and easy to start. Buy a domain with a lovely name (I recommend on with a low Cost. Design it with your wedding colors and upload

Your pictures, write a planning journal, share your guests on your worries, preparations and upload funny videos. Your guests will feel like an important part of your wedding. Even those who live far…

 2. Easy, memorable URL: If available, try to secure a domain name that has both of your names - this makes it more memorable for your family and a bit more special for you, too. Try combinations like these examples:


 3.Registry information: Many stores offer an online element for their registries. You can link directly to your registry from this page. Popular registries to include are:
·         Macy's
·         Crate and Barrel
·         Bloomingdales
·         Williams-Sonoma

Pro Tip: You can even add items that are not part of an official registry. For example, you can add your wish list or a link to a specific item on Etsy!

4. Vendors: Want to show some love to that cute Etsy shop that handmade your dress? Here's the chance to promote vendors that you're excited about. You can list this as links to their sites with a short description of why you love them.

5. Invitations: Save money on wedding invitations (certainly the most compelling argument). The cost of an online invitation, including one designed by a reasonably priced professional, should be considerably less than invitations to an average sized wedding factoring in the cost of the printing, postage, and reply cards.

What do you think? Will you build a website for your wedding?
Will you start your own blog? 
Will you let a company that specializes in it to open you one?
Share on your dilemmas, waiting to hear from you.
See you on the next post,

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