13 DIY Photo Backdrops for Memorable New Year’s Eve Photos
What’s the point of having an amazing New Year’s Eve celebration if you can’t capture it on camera?! Setting up a little photo booth is turning into a real party tradition, so we wanted to share some ideas with you for fantastic and creative DIY backdrops for memorable New Year’s Eve photos that are going to bring back amazing memories every time you look at them!
1. Dotted NYE Backdrop
Adding polka dots to your backdrop is probably one of the easiest ways to make it party-appropriate and fun! Check out Somewhat Simple‘s tutorial for a dotted NYE backdrop that is really quick to make – we know how many of you put off decorating your home until the last second!
2. Heart Backdrop
Are you going to end this year being totally in love with a special someone? Celebrate this love by making sure a giant heart is in all of your photographs! Design Love Fest will show you how to make this big heart backdrop that is going to give all of your photographs a romantic undertone!
3. Glitter Backdrop
New Year’s Eve is all about sparkling decor, sparkling wine and sparkling makeup! If you are running late for your decorative responsibilities, head over to Party Delights and see how you can make an incredible glitter backdrop that is going to make everyone in the photos shine!
4. Paper Flower Backdrop
Maybe you don’t like the classic glamorous spirit of the New Year’s Eve and you prefer to celebrate in a more peaceful circle. Paper flowers make a fantastic backdrop when you’re going for a gentle theme of the photographs and if you can envision something like this for your NYE photo booth, visit Green Wedding Shoes!
5. Tinsel NYE Backdrop
Buy a giant a bag of tinsel decorations and roll up your sleeves because Lovely Indeed is about to show you how you’re going to turn that bright and colorful tinsel into the most majestic New Year’s Eve backdrop of all times! This year’s photos are going to be the bomb!
6. Festive Balloon Backdrop
Nothing says party like a room full of balloons and nobody knows it better than Lauren Conrad! Bring the cheerful mood to all of your New Year photographs by creating a festive balloon backdrop that is going to result in some of the most stunning NYE photographs ever taken!
7. Sequin Backdrop
A super-sized sequin as a backdrop? Yes please! If there was ever a way to make your photographs look super dazzling and lavish, this is it! Go all out with this sequin backdrop we found at Oh Happy Day! Once you see how your NYE photos turned out you’re going to love us to the moon and back!
8. Gold Confetti Backdrop
Maybe you don’t want to do a flashy backdrop that takes over the whole photograph, but you still want to capture the memories on camera with a backdrop that feels magical. 100 Layer Cake shares a gold confetti backdrop that is simplistic and enchanting at the same time!
9. Silver Fringe Backdrop
While everybody is putting up their golden New Year’s Eve decorations and trying to figure out how to make gilded backdrops, you have decided to be the rebel and not play by the rules this year. Style Me Pretty‘s silver fringe backdrop is going to help you rebel against the reign of gold and bring some silver magic into your NYE photos!
10. Holographic Garland Backdrop
Garlands are a party favorite because just their mere presence gives the room a festive atmosphere. Another thing we love about garlands is that they always look good in photos and therefore make an outstanding backdrop! Visit Paper & Stitch if you want to celebrate your New Year with a holographic garland backdrop!
11. Geometric NYE Backdrop
The best thing about setting up your own New Year’s photo booth is that you have complete control over the backdrop. No need to take your pictures with a boring and traditional background when you can create a dynamic and modern one, thanks to the tutorial shared by Honest to Nod!
12. Gold NYE Backdrop
You don’t want the glitter or the balloons or the fancy garlands – you want to keep it old-school with a giant curtain-like backdrop in a memorable golden color. This backdrop is so simple to make and it won’t cost you more than $10! Handy Dandy Productions shares all the details!
13. Christmas Bow Backdrop
Uh-oh. The guests are already at the door and at the last moment you remember that you don’t have a backdrop ready! Thankfully you still have some gift bows left over from Christmas and your expert DIY skills, not to mention Studio DIY‘s guidance. Crisis averted!
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