The Photo Booth: Drop It Modern

[All images from Drop It Modern]

Our photographer, Jessamyn Harris, sent me this link to Drop It Modern a while back and I just keep going back to it because the backdrops are really vibrant, bold, and appear to be of great quality--I don't see any wrinkles in the fabric!

Despite being a splurge item, I think having one would really be a striking backdrop for all of our guests to take pictures in front of. This is one of my favorites because I think it would go well with our red/green/pink/white/shabby chic/picnic/vineyard/vintage wedding. *Phew*

[Retro Rosebud backdrop from Drop It Modern]

We will be having a photo station with a backdrop, but I haven't decided what type or color of fabric, or if we should have props. Pretty chairs? A chalkboard? Feather boas?

I hear that Urban Outfitters is a good place to look as well, so I'll be stalking their bedding section for something that will work.

Any suggestions to make our photo station the best photo station in the whole wide decorative world?


chicncheap said...

I saw a Martha Stewart entry about having a filigree style frame in the backdrop. It made a cute faux frame for the photo.

I am definitely using props! Who wouldn't want to wear a ridiculous hat/boa/costume? Ok, they can be normal too.

AmyJean said...

Ohhh what fun back drops. I should check if my photobooth people can let us incorporate the background. and we definitely are doing props :)
Relentless Bride

Carlene said...

This is really a sweet idea!! So much better than something plain and boring in the background! :)

The Professional Bridesmaid said...

i love the backdrop!!!! So beautiful. funny, i've been trying to find funky wallpaper to hang on my bedroom wall where the headboard would be....maybe these backdrops are the answer!!!

Carol said...

Great, fun pictures!

ashley said...

I love the backdrops! The really make the people in the photos pop!

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