I wish I would have thought to have a photo booth at my reception when I got married. What an incredibly fun way to capture memories with your guests! With David Tutera Bridal products, it's easy and affordable to make photo booth props for your big day.
Today I'll be showing you how to use David Tutera Bridal products to make elegant yet fun frames to use as props. (The mask tutorial is here.)
David Tutera Bling on a Roll
David Tutera Self Stick Rhinestone Ovals
David Tutera Self Stick Rhinestone Tear Drops
Laser Cut Frames (at Michael's)
To make your own wedding photo prop frames:
Step one: Paint the frames silver.
Step two: Cut the bling on a roll to fit the length of the frame. Trim the width so that it fits your frame. My row was two stones wide.
Step three: Use Mod Podge to attach the bling on a roll. I painted a line on the frame and pressed the bling strip into it.
Step four: Peel the self stick rhinestones off the sheet and attach to the frames.
Having two frames makes for an adorable couples picture. Or, in lieu of a groom, let Grumpy Cat fill in.
These frames make perfect photo props because they are lightweight and easy to hold. The David Tutera Bridal collection made it easy and quick to put everything together! We had so much fun taking pictures with these frames and props, that I'm sure they'd be a big hit at any reception.
A HUGE thanks to my beautiful sister, Susie, for modeling for me! You can check out her work at Free Rose Studio.
My kids are having a blast posing for pictures with them. The frames are versatile enough that you could use them for bridal portraits, the reception, or any other party!
Check back this week to learn how I made my props using more David Tutera products!
Learn how to make the mask here.
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