• DIY Holiday Photo Booth

Photo booths are a great way to get more customers to engage with your business during events, parties, and special occasions. They’re also perfect for holiday marketing. In just a few taps, a customer can take a photos from your photo booth and share it with the world!

This video will show you how to create a DIY Holiday Photo Booth in 3 simple steps.

Step 1: Collect Holiday Props

Collect or buy props for your pictures. If you don’t have any props laying around, head to a party or discount store for fun holiday props. You can use almost anything—hats, sunglasses, antlers, ribbon, signs, tinsel, scarves, or even ski equipment! Get creative with the props!

diy christmas photo booth

Step 2: Choose a Backdrop

Unless you have a decorative wall, choose a festive backdrop for your photobooth. We taped some holiday wrapping paper to the wall. If you’re using wrapping paper, go for a design that’s non-metallic and not too shiny. Metallic or shiny paper will reflect camera flashes and ruin the pictures.

easy diy photo booth

Step 3: Take Pictures

Invite customers, clients, and employees to get silly, dress up, and take pictures with their cameras or smartphones. The more the merrier so get creative and snap away!

easy diy photo booth

Share the Pictures!

Encourage customers to post the photos on social media and to tag your business with your handle @ or custom hashtag # for your event. If you’re hosting an event and have the resources to stand at the photo booth, take pictures and post them on your business’s Facebook page, encouraging attendees to tag themselves in the photos. The more you share and tag, the more you can get your business’s name in front of new customers!

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1 Comment

  1. Rachel says:

    Another way to make this pop is adding some Christmas lights in the background to add some more holiday cheer! Thanks for sharing the idea, I’ll definitely have to try this!

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