6 Christmas Photo Booth Ideas for the Holiday Season

Thanksgiving is behind us and we can turn our gazes towards Christmas parties. Whether you are organizing an office party, setting up family festivities, or preparing for your winter wedding, including a photo booth for your party is a fabulous idea. We’ve gathered six Christmas photo booth ideas to spice up your Lake Norman party.


1. Faking the snow


Snow is a must-have addition to your Christmas photo booth. Since you don’t want to cover your guests in real soggy snow, faking it is a fun way to let people play! You could purchase fake snow for the party or create snowy confetti to be thrown around as photos are being taken.


2. Wrapping the gifts


You want guests to look active in your photos and not just stand there smiling. Make the photo session a little more entertaining by getting the guests to wrap a few gifts. It can all be choreographed, but it’ll surely create plenty of laughs inside the photo booth. For a holiday-inspired wedding, a giant gift bow is the perfect prop to wrap the guests up as a gift!


3. Keeping the guests warm


When it comes to Christmas-inspired photo booth props, you could include a few warm and fuzzy elements. Have a few extra-long scarves and woolly hats your party guests can dress up in and create stunning, breezy photos. If you’re organizing a proper Christmas-party or a Christmas-wedding, you could include elf hats and reindeer crowns for added laughter.


4. Christmas animations



Lake Norman photo booth providers have plenty of options in terms of the features your photo booth has. Our favorite is the Magic Mirror photo booth, which allows the use of holiday-themed animations and personalized Christmas messages as part of the photo. The digital photo booth will also make sharing photos on social media straightforward and simple.


5. Metallic glisten


The holiday season is the time to celebrate metallic shines, such as gold and silver. You should add a bit of glamorous glisten to your photo booth by utilizing these colors. A gold curtain as a backdrop is a great idea or you could pick silver and bronze punting to put a smile on everyone’s face. If you have plenty of Christmas baubles, then hang them in the background for a quick decorative element.


6. Holiday-inspired messages



Whether you are using a magic mirror photo booth with the personalized messages or opting for DIY placards, you want your party guests to have the option to give their holiday greetings. Adding text to photos, wishing everyone a lovely festive season is a beautiful way to personalize the experience. Texts could include things like ‘Merry Christmas”, “I’ve been a good girl/boy”, and “Welcome 2020!


With the above Christmas photo booth ideas, you can add entertainment to your party. Contact a Lake Norman photo booth provider to discuss the above ideas and to book your slot in time. After you’ve picked your favorites, all you need to do is say ‘cheese’ and smile!


What are your favorite photo booth ideas for the holiday season? Share your ideas with us in the comments below.

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