The colors red, yellow and orange are often associated with fall, so it’s no wonder the colors are often incorporated in fall-themed festivals with everything from table centerpieces and décor to the backdrop of event photographs. Whether you’re hosting an indoor or outdoor festival, your guests will likely want to share their memories with family and friends who couldn’t attend, so set up a photo booth for guests. Use the ideas below to help you plan a fall-inspired backdrop for your photo booth:
Pumpkins are used during the fall to decorate for Halloween and to celebrate the arrival of a new season. Use various sizes of real or fake pumpkins to decorate the backdrop of your photo booth. Carve the theme or fall-related images into the pumpkins or the name of your fall festival.
Falling leaves are synonymous with the fall season and provide bright pops of color during a fall festival event. Use red, orange and yellow leaves on the ground as a backdrop for your fall festival photo booth. Use the leaves alone or use them in combination with another fall related item like pumpkins or hay.
Orange, Red and Yellow
Use a simplistic design for your fall festival photo shoot backdrop by using a red, orange or yellow background. Use different textured fabrics to give guests a variety of options. Elect to have the name of your event and the year written across the top of the backdrop.
Scarecrows are often found in the middle of pumpkin patches and farmers’ fields, so add this familiar character to the backdrop of your fall festival photo booth by offering guests a freestanding scarecrow they can stand next to them or lean on for a posed a picture.
Create a scenic fall festival photo booth backdrop using a picture of a bon fire or an actual bon fire to evoke the essence of the fall season. Let festival guests sit around the fire on logs for group shots.
A barn yard scene can evoke thoughts of a crisp, fall days on a farm, so opt for this background if the fall festival is located in close proximity to a barn, or you have a photograph of a barn printed on fabric to use as a back drop.
Bales of Hay
Arrange bales of hay so that festival guests can sit on them to get photographed at the photo booth. Incorporate leaves, pumpkins and the colors red, orange and yellow in the background to set the fall scene.
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