As I alluded to in my post last week, I had a little birthday shindig a few weeks ago and I am so excited to share a few party photos with you!
I didn’t really have a strong theme for the party (bad blogger!), but it turned out to be a low-key girls’ night. It was perfect to relax, gossip and unwind, which is just what I wanted. Decorations were a piece of cake. No, not literally. The Flair Exchange sent me a party kit that included their tassel garland, confetti and a confetti balloon. Boom – instant party. I figured I wanted to spend the majority of my efforts on the food and party favors, so the party kit was perfect.
For the food table, I used a piece of crumpled craft paper to make a runner for our dining room table and covered it in Flair Exchange confetti. In case you’re wondering, the chai cake was delicious and you can find the recipe here.
To make the easiest photobooth on the planet, you will need:
1. Hang up the Tassel Garland (I used thumbtacks). Attach the camera to the tripod and hook up the remote.
2. For camera settings, I put the camera on manual mode and used:
iso 1600 (auto)
Check out these hilarious photos from the photobooth!
I’m so lucky to have such lovely friends. If you have to spend 80 hours per week doing something, at least do it with people you still want to hang out with after work is over!
It’s so much fun and so easy to make your own photobooth, I’m tempted to have one set up all the time, just to have some fun candids of all of my favorite moments. Nice homemade dinner? Photoboothed. People over after work? Photoboothed. Ladies’ brunch? Photoboothed.
Am I blowing your mind yet?
Also, check out how photogenic I am. You can send all modeling inquiries to [email protected].