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New Photo Booth Folder Designs

Introducing our expanded photo booth folder collection.

Photo Booth Picture Strip Holders

  • Mustache – Inspired by the most popular photo booth props, with a vintage twist.
  • Script Heart – A bit of flourish and whimsy with this modern calligraphy design.
  • Damask – Always a winner for wedding patterns and design.
  • Ritzy Typography – Black tie affair? Put on the ritz.
  • Birch & Bird – Cute and wonderful for outdoor or rustic weddings. Put a bird on it.
  • Nautical Anchor – Ahoy! It’s finally here, a nautical themed design.
  • Monogram – Classic and simple, monograms are always in style.
  • Gatsby – An art deco inspired design that is both ritzy and glamorous.
  • Laurel Wreath – Beautiful for a winter wedding.

As always, all photo booth folders have die-cut slits on the inside to hold your photo strip in place, and can be customized for your wedding or event colors.

View all photo booth folder designs here.

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Photo Booth Strip Template

“Say cheese! Download our free template to create DIY photo booth strips.”

Photo Booth Frames to Hold Picture Strip Templates

We love photo booths. Old is new again, and photo booths are seeing a resurgence at wedding receptions, bar/bat mitvahs, birthdays, bars, restaurants, parties, and events everywhere. It is instant photo fun, what’s not to love?

While nothing can replace that old school fun of jumping into a photo booth and hamming it up with your friends, sometimes you just want the old fashioned photo strip look without renting one.

We know the feeling, and that is why we created  this freebie just for you.

Photoshop Photo Booth Template File

 

Photoshop Photo Booth Template Layers

Photo Strip With Photos

Download Free Photo Booth Strip Template

This download is a layered PSD (Photoshop) file, just open and place your photos behind the template layer. Try making your pictures black and white or sepia tone for a vintage look by applying your favorite Image Adjustment or Photoshop Action.

Be creative! Print and cut them out to make your own DIY save the dates or wedding thank you cards, birthday party favors, or simply combine your favorite photos to post to Facebook and share with friends.

Need custom printed photo booth frames? Picture strip folders are perfect for photo favors, handing out as photo souvenirs to event attendees, wedding guests, or using as a thank you card. Customize one for an occasion!

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Create a Candy Buffet in 5 Easy Steps

“Creating a DIY self-serve candy station at your wedding reception party is an easy & creative alternative to traditional candy wedding favors.”

Jordan almonds wrapped in organza or tulle & tied with ribbon have long been the traditional wedding favor choice for many brides & grooms. TheKnot.com explains the cultural significance for these sugarcoated candies. While this tradition will always be popular, wedding candy buffet bars are becoming the colorful, interactive & completely customizable candy favor choice for many brides.

Creating your own candy table at your wedding is easy & affordable, and requires only a few supplies. From the candy buffet jars to the favor bags to the tasty candy itself, we outline the 5 steps it takes to create your own colorful and personalized candy bar dream.

Step 1 – Choose Your Candy & Colors

This is the most fun part! First think about what colors you want to have. Usually a bride chooses colors that match the rest of her wedding. Jelly beans & M&M’s both come in a rainbow of colors. Don’t forget licorice, gum drops, chocolates, gummy bears & taffy which come in many flavors. Online retailers organize their candy by color making it easy to find choices that will work with your wedding colors.

Step 2 – Buy Glass Jars & Candy Scoops

Big glass jars work best to show off your colorful candy. Similar to the jars used at old-fashioned bulk candy stores, these often have removable lids to keep the candy fresh, although you may want to remove and store the lids right before the guests start to fill their bags up! Glass flower vases & trifle bowls also work nicely. Don’t forget the scoops (or tongs, depending on what kind of candy it is), they discourage guests from dipping their hands directly into the jars. Use one scoop per candy jar.

Step 3 – Hand Write Labels

Handwritten labels are elegant and help identify what is inside the jars. Choose plain labels or ones with a pretty border that ties in with your wedding theme. If you have messy handwriting, go ahead and print labels on your home inkjet printer or ask a friend to write them for you.

Step 4 – Buy Favor Bags

Just like clear glass jars work best for displaying the candy, clear cello bags work best for filling. If you’d like bags with extra detail, white striped candy bags or white lace cello bags are subtle & elegant for weddings but still let the candy show through. Don’t forget twist ties or pre-cut ribbon so guests can tie their goodie bags shut!

Step 5 – Set Up Your Candy Bar Buffet

Now that you have your candy fill, labeled jars, scoops & bags, you are ready to set everything up! Cover your candy table with a table cloth and add bunting to the front of the table, if desired. A vase of flowers also looks nice amongst the jars of delicious sweets.

On your big day, your guests will love filling their bags with their favorite candy, and you’ll love knowing how easy it was to create!

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New Products at WPPI 2011 Las Vegas

“The WPPI trade show floor holds a wealth of knowledge & opportunity, not just for wedding & portrait photographers, but for all photographers.”

2011 WPPI Las Vegas

We’re wrapping things up here at our last day of WPPI 2011 in Las Vegas, the Wedding & Portrait Photographers International Show at the MGM Grand. This marks our third year of attending this great show and it is always a pleasure to meet with photographers new & old to learn about their photography needs and see how the business is growing. One of the best things is to hear stories of how photographers have used our products for their customers’ photos, and to get feedback. We also love to meet with brand new photogs and event planners and hear about their upcoming projects & events.

One of our signature products, imprinted portrait folders, were a popular choice with photographers looking to have a polished portrait folder imprinted with their studio name on the front. In addition to imprinted folders, we showed cardboard photo frames, full-color printed photo event folders, certificate frames, presentation folders and our photo cards, including our newest addition, the Wave Card.

Wedding Save The Date Wave Cards

New Product from StudioStyle.com - Wedding Save The Date & Thank You 3-D Wave Photo Cards

These cards can be customized with engagement or wedding pictures, personalized dates & text. They fold flat like a tri-fold card for mailing, and with a few cleverly placed tabs they are transformed into three-dimensional sculpture cards. (Learn more about Wave Cards on Facebook.)

It’s been a great week at the WPPI trade show, with lots of vendors showing some really great products. We’re proud to be part of the photography community.

Were you at WPPI this year? If so, what were the highlights for you? Tell us in the comments below.

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Turn Your Wedding Photo Into A Holiday Card

“Share the happiness & joy of your wedding day with holiday photo cards.”

The holiday season is a time for sharing memories with friends & family. While many people choose to share the highlights of their year with a traditional holiday letter, a picture is worth a thousand words! Chances are that your wedding day was one of the major highlights of your year, and likely a day where you both looked your best! Why not use one of your favorite wedding photos as a holiday card this year?

Wedding Holiday Photo Card

Hey newlyweds! Use your wedding photo on custom printed holiday photo cards, and fall in love with the holiday season all over again.

Photo cards also double as a great way to get a photo out to everyone that asked for one. And for those greeting card recipients who didn’t attend your wedding, its a way for them to feel like they were there.

“But we got married last March! Is it still okay to use our wedding picture for our holiday card?” Absolutely! As long as you were married within the last year, it is perfectly acceptable to share your wedding photo during the holiday season. After all it was a big event for the year, and Christmas is a time to reflect on those joys.

Remember to check with your photographer to make sure you have the rights to reproduce their photo onto cards. Some photographers offer custom printed photo cards as a service, so be sure to ask. If not, you can always take 4″ x 6″ prints that you purchased from your photographer and slide them into photo frame style cards. It’s an easy DIY way to create instant photo cards!

Wedding Photo Inserts

A pocket style photo insert card makes it easy to remove the picture and frame it long after the holiday season is over.

Sending a custom wedding photo Christmas card is a unique and personal way to keep in touch this holiday season. With many designs to choose from, you’ll be sure to find one that fits your style. Happy Holidays!

Products featured in this post Rose Toile Flat Photo Card in black, Pine Banner Flat Photo Card, Green Reindeer Photo Insert Card and Flint White Photo Insert Card.