26 Feb

Photobooth fabrics in vintage yellows

categories Details + Decor

Posting Liss & Tyler’s pretty beach wedding got us going on the fabric photobooth idea again. It’s such a cute way to dress up your wedding and to get your guests excited about taking pictures. Liss mentioned that her inspiration was Lena Corwin’s practically famous (to us wedding aficionadas anyway) woodsy Sierra foothills wedding. And we don’t blame her for a second. As we all know, it was amazing.


Browsing our research folders yesterday, we uncovered a bunch of fabric samples that look so super cute all lined up together, we couldn’t resist posting:


There are tons of places you can buy fabric for this kind of project. Even an neat old vintage sheet would work perfectly. Our fabrics above are from repro depot, purl, marimekko, Crate & Barrel, Denyse Schmidt, Amy Butler, and Paperhill Fabrics on etsy. But there’s also ebay, thrift stores, and local fabric shops that would have great discounted end pieces. All you need is a sturdy piece of string and a handful of clothespins to set your own up.

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  1. What a great color palette!! I love your fabric swatches :)

  2. I love the one in the bottom right and cant find it on any of the websites you listed, help, please!!

  3. I can’t find the fabric in the center row, far left, on any of the sites, any help????

  4. The fabric on the bottom right is actually from a site we forgot to mention (sorry!): Free Spirit Fabric. Here is a link to the actual piece you’re looking for: http://www.freespiritfabric.com/core-pages/gallery.php?gal_id=187&sw_id=2277

    The fabric in the center row, far left is on the Paperhill Fabric store we mentioned. Here is a link: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=8505314

    good luck with your projects!

  5. How MUCH fabric do you need to buy? the yard amount etc? thanks and I love this site!
    getting married in AUGUST in my parents backyard….thanks for all your inspiration and help.

  6. Great fabrics! There’s an awesome site where you can customize your own fabrics with your own design or photo. How totally cool would a backdrop of family photos for a wedding be!!! Look at this http://www.FabricOnDemand.com

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