Out of back-to-school to Halloween and harvest time themes, fall festivities deliver an option to organize charity events or host even more engaging parent-teacher nights. Add in an activity that functions as a keepsake station with a photo booth that participants can personalize. Suggest basic backgrounds like stack of fallen leaves or pictures of blackboards, or create much more elaborate backdrops using classroom scenes, pumpkin patches or Halloween scenes. Incorporate the school mascot or local landmarks for further style.
School-Themed Photo Booths
Use old desks, hardcovers, globes and also other classroom items so as to stage a schoolroom scenery for your backdrop. Embellish the booth in itself along with pencils, rulers, model blackboards and cutouts of letters and numbers. Put to use an extra-large chalk board or blackboard-like contact paper to get a background which could be modified with names, decors or scribble for each picture. Take advantage of foam craft or wooden picture mounts intended for the snapshots and have all of them pre-decorated or maybe enable attendees to decorate their very own. Print photographs in the booth as free gifts or offer for sale sheets of pictures to each family.
Halloween-Themed Photo Booths
Graveyards, ghosts, jack-o’-lanterns and black cats establish a chilly Halloween scenery for your festival photo booth. Guise guests on top of papier mache- or even real pumpkins, next to scary skeletons or smirking ghosts. Dangle rubber or paper bats from the top of your background to add in depth and provide attendees the chance to don Halloween outfits or even face paint for added fun. Fog machines provide an unworldly glow to photos, while black lights or strobe lights create intriguing visual effects. Enhance your booth to appear to be a graveyard, together with foam headstones set up all around the perimeter.
Autumn-Themed Photo Booths
Out of stacks of leaves and pumpkins to hay bales and scarecrows, a general autumn concept is really optimal for younger elementary youngsters as well as festivals at religious or parochial schools. Baskets of gourds and squash, bundles of corn stalks and fake and fresh leaves create a fun-filled and old-fashioned background for photos. Beautify the booth with leaves, gourds, pumpkins and scarecrows, and offer visitors color scarecrows and paint pumpkins while they wait for pictures. Plain or solid-color backgrounds set up students as they pose along with their painted pumpkins or personalized scarecrows.
General Photo Booth Concepts
In the event that the fall festivities have a different style, like a carnival/county exhibit style, beautify your photo booth with that in consideration. Take advantage of brightly-colored backdrops as well as props that correlate along with the total event concept so that visitors and attendees get a souvenir that reflects the night. Suggest dress-up costumes and props with your photo booth so each and every photo is completely individualized for the student and their friends or family.