Make your wedding decor extra dhamakedar with these prop ideas

The fundamental rituals and practices of almost every wedding are the same, but it can be difficult to make them look elegant and endearing in photos and film. Social media makes every little thing public, so it can be stressful to stand out while being amazing to your friends. Use some of these suggestions to give the wedding an edge in such circumstances, from a beautifully decorated photo booth to a pretty wedding backdrop. Here’s everything you need to do to set your ceremony apart from the rest.

1. Upgrade your selfie booths

Weddings are the perfect opportunity to take far too many pictures and stock up on images for your social media profiles for the next few months. So why not designate a space where your guests can take Instagram-worthy photos? A photo or selfie booth with various signage could be a great touch to lighten the mood and make the occasion more entertaining.

With these fun frames or emoji signs, a family portrait or a single photo can be taken. They make you look both adorable and stylish!

Antique mirrors for a stunning ambiance

2. Exquisite lighting alternatives for luminescent ambiance

A nice location would include a well-lit fountain or lawn chair surrounded by vibrant pots. This gives the aesthetics of the place a new meaning. Props are also perfect for couple photos. A unique backdrop will encourage guests to snap photos and record the occasion!

3. Floral arrangements adorning old frames

Flowers are the most affordable and effective way to brighten up any dark area. Vibrant arrangements can also transform a plain wall. Simply arrange them artistically in an open space and hang a few old-fashioned wooden frames and mirrors. Watch carefully as people will have a great time being photographed.

Use candles and ferns for an ethereal touch

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