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Millennials, Rejoice! Selfie Stations Are the New Photo Booths

Millennials, Rejoice! Selfie Stations Are the New Photo Booths



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01 of 07

DIY Selfie Station

Wendy Laurel Photography

This couple hosted their reception in the backyard of their home in Maui, which was transformed into a party complete with a glowing tent, string lights, flowers, and all sorts of DIY details, including this selfie station. Guests were encouraged to snap instant-camera photos and clip them to a display; baskets contained packages of extra film for nonstop photo action.

02 of 07

Bathroom Mirror Decals

Shannen Natasha

This couple placed clever decals on bathroom mirrors that complimented guests and encouraged bathroom selfies as they primped before returning to the reception.

03 of 07

Selfie Guest Book

Anna Roussos

During cocktail hour, guests were encouraged to take a selfie and then affix the instant-camera photo to a blank guestbook using washi tape and pen a note to the newlyweds.

04 of 07

Mirrored Selfie Sign

Love & Light Photographs

Turn a mirror into your selfie-station sign so guests can give themselves a once-over before looking pretty for the instant camera.

05 of 07

Digital Camera Selfie Station

Michele M. Waite

In lieu of signing a traditional guest book, attendees were encouraged to snap selfies with a digital camera provided by the couple. The images were later made into a book a special keepsake.

06 of 07

DIY Selfie Stand

Lucky Malone

This creative couple made their own selfie station that featured an iPad mounted to a wooden ladder. A handmade sign instructed guests on what to do: grab some props, tap to start (they had downloaded a selfie app), and smile for the camera.

07 of 07

Selfie Sticks

Tec Petaja

At cocktail hour, tables featured selfie sticks and cute wooden signs displaying the couple's wedding hashtag, so guests could easily share images throughout the event.