For almost all photographic accessories I make them between 7 and 10 inches. For example, if it's a heart, I do it like 7×7.If the accessories are for children, make them at the smaller end (approximately 7 inches). Photo accessories should be between 6 and 8 inches long and whiskers 4 to 5 inches long. The space must also have a wall large enough to accommodate the background.
Ideally, 5 feet wide and 3 to 4 feet high are enough to frame 3 to 5 people with their waists up in the shots. Since I want you to experiment and play with what you have at hand, learning the possibilities with materials will affect how you design your photo accessory, how you cut it and how you assemble it. If you work with thin materials, I recommend copying and pasting the rectangular shape to add more robustness to your photo accessory. When the bride and groom are professional ballet dancers, like many of their guests, it is natural to have appropriate stage accessories in the wedding photo booth.
For an Old Hollywood feel, a vintage-style photo booth with a simple backdrop can be enlivened with a variety of accessories such as a pipe, a cane, a straw hat and an old mask. Make a simple sign instructing guests to choose an accessory and make a pose and place it near the prop table. A standard-sized table for photo booth accessories should generally fit between 25 and 35 different accessories before it starts to look messy. We won't be using them all in this tutorial, but there is plenty of room to practice and make photo accessories for any occasion.
The women's hat you see below has three different cuts, but that's enough to make the photo accessory strong and durable. Even the most basic photo booth without accessories will offer you and your wedding guests the opportunity to have fun at the reception, but by getting some creative options of accessories (or even creating them yourself), your photo station will feel even more personal. First, I cut all 14 shapes out of chipboard to give my accessories a solid base (I want these puppies to last at many parties). The setting for this couple's nuptials was a train museum, so the wedding photo booth was filled with themed accessories, such as vintage luggage, a driver's hat, an old camera, and a hitchhiker's backpack.
Before you begin your design process, you should think about the materials you want to use for your photo accessory. When you make accessories for photos and use text to decorate them, you can decide if you want to cut the text out of a shape (in this case, the yellow crown) and make the text color the color of the text the color of the text. Not only do you have to think about the robustness of the photo accessory, but you should also consider how you want to embellish it.