It’s Paparazzi time, holiday style. And we’re giving you a little gift. The gift of photo booth prop printables for all of your holiday parties. ‘Tis the season!

As you may already know, we’ve just opened up Brit + Co SF, a new pop-up retail experience right here at Brit HQ in San Francisco! There are handmade goods to buy, DIY crafts to make, a wrapping station and a photo booth, sponsored by Minted. Come on by to do some shopping and making or just relax and drink some hot cocoa. And while you’re here, take some photos using our holiday props.

Of course, if you can’t make it to Brit + Co SF, you can totally make your own photo booth complete with holiday photo props, courtesy of us! Follow along to see how it’s done.

 – jumbo craft sticks

– card stock

printable photo booth prop templates 

 – tape

– color printer

– scissors

– Sharpie


1. Print our easy-to-use templates.

2. Cut out each item.

3. Adhere pictures to the craft sticks using tape.

4. Set up a photo booth and snap some shots!

As you can see, the tools you need are pretty darn minimal. The key is definitely a color printer.

First thing to do is print out our templates on card stock. These are great for a work party, a family gathering or just some fun times at home. You could even take some selfies with these props and then send out a holiday card. A Santa beard is your best look, right?

Cut out each prop and tape it right onto a jumbo craft stick. Done!

The arrow is blank so that you can add your own phrase. We like “Santa’s Little Helper” but we’ll leave it up to you.

Now that you’ve got all your props ready to go, it’s time to hit up the closest photo booth. Find a camera and your Blue Steel face and you’re all set.

To create our photo booth, we simply set up a white backdrop, Christmas tree, and our signature Studio Mucci garland! It’s as simple as that. Now, say cheese!

All in all, these props are definitely getting a lot of play over at Brit + Co SF!

What do your holiday photos look like? Any other festive printables you’ll be using this holiday season? Talk to us in the comments below.