For my parents’ 50th wedding anniversary { photobooth}

For my parents’ 50th wedding anniversary we had a big dinner with lots of pretty details and a photobooth. It was such a fun evening. I have lots of pics to share. Today I’m starting with the photobooth pics. I pulled each couple and family outside to take capture the moment. I draped torn fabric and ribbon for the backdrop–but with sunlight kind of blew it out. That’s okay–it made for a bright background.

I brought letterpress blocks from Dayspring and they really broke the ice for taking pics of people. L O V E seemed appropriate for a 50th anniversary. Ready to see our photobooth pics?! My parents are in this first pic {along with old friends–Dave was my Junior High pastor!}
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Have you ever done a photobooth at a party? It’s such a fun ice breaker and makes for a great keepsake of the evening. Check out the letterpress blocks here–they’re so charming!

 

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  1. A friend told me about a photo booth at her daughter’s wedding…as she put it “Even the most boring people seemed to liven up” hahaha That said…we had one at our daughter’s wedding and everyone had fun…even the most unlikely people had fun with it. Definitely a must as far as I’m concerned. Your pictures above say it all.Looks like it was a wonderful party.

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