Photo Booth Back Drop Tutorial

After hunting for weeks for a sky back drop, the perfect cloud print sheets, or anything else that would make our party guests take flight, I resorted to making my own sky. I used a roll of plastic table cover left over from a baby shower a few years ago, crepe paper, pom pom fringe (an obsession inspired by Sarah Richardson), and painter's tape. In total, this project set me back about $20 and an hour of my time.

You can see more of the pictures here. But the real gem is the late night, poorly lit, zoomed out view showing how everything held up.

How about that? Another bold impact that was easy as pie! And didn't even have to look pretty, although I might have trimmed it out in painter's tape if I had thought of it at the time. You may also notice that we needed to widen the streamers after the first round of pictures. 


  1. awesome sauce.

    thanks for sharing, lovely lady. :)

  2. Love it, so easy yet so fancy looking! I love the painters tape touch.



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