but on top of that I was also given the task of making most of the decorations.
So of course what kind of party would be complete without a photo booth?
I’m not usually one to follow too many trends, and these have practically become a requirement lately,
but since they always look like so much fun I gave in. Besides, I figured a room full of teenagers
would come up with some pretty interesting pictures, and boy did they prove me right…
|The photo-bomber in most of these is Morgan’s younger sister Mylea. Ahh…younger siblings!
So fun! But the best part was how simple it was to put together.
It only took me a few hours to cut out some cute lips, mustaches, masks and bow ties from card-stock
and glue them to little dowel rods. Then I popped the lenses out of a few pairs of dollar store glasses and
painted the frames with spray paint and glittery fingernail polish. Toss in a few plastic tiaras and a boa
and we were ready to make fools of ourselves.
Then when the time came to set up for the party, all I did was tape some blue wrapping paper up to cover
the beige walls, stick a few simple tissue paper flowers here and there to spice it up, and toss a few disposable
cameras onto the table with the props. Your goofy family members are sure to do the rest on their own!
What is it about photo booths that makes us all want to act like idiots? 😀