Doesn’t this rosette DIY backdrop just ooze springtime goodness!? I love the bright pops of color this backdrop brings. A backdrop is a perfect addition to a party and a way to capture those fun memories. Today, I will show you how I made this easy photo DIY backdrop that you can use for your next party photo shoot.
- Long White Cloth Tablecloth.
- Corsage Pins.
- Core’dinations Party Mixers Paper Rosettes. For a 56 x 60 inch backdrop I used the following:
- Creamy Yellow Rosettes.
- St. Valentino Pink Rosettes (2 packs).
- Silver Pearl Rosettes.
- Golden Pearl Rosettes.
- Broken China Turquoise Rosettes.
- Purple Grandeur Rosettes.
- White Rosettes.
- XL Creamy Yellow Rosettes (2 packs).
- XL Purple Grandeur Rosettes.
- XL St. Valentino Pink Rosettes.
- XL Silver Pearl Rosettes.
- XL Kraft Rosettes.
- Mini Golden Pearl Rosettes.
- Mini Silver Pearl Rosettes.
- Mini St. Valentino Pink Rosettes.
First up is assembly! On the back of the rosette package is a how to guide with pictures. The rosettes are very easy to assemble. There is no gluing required! You just take the back of the sticker off and press! I did have a lot of rosettes to make and it took me about an hour (by myself) to assemble all of these rosettes.
I tacked my tablecloth to the wall using 3 push pins. I started with my biggest rosettes first and placed them around the middle of my cloth. I used floral pins to pin the rosettes in place.
When you have pinned up your biggest rosettes, start with the next largest size. I used the mini rosettes to fill up any gaps in my DIY backdrop. You could always do this same setup using a plain wall and tape. I’ve always had trouble with the tape not sticking well so this time I decided to try the pins. I did not have to pick up a single rosette. The pins and my pushpins held in place even when photographing my two crazy boys.
Not only does this backdrop make fun pictures, it can also double as a backdrop for your main table at your party. How pretty would all these rosettes be behind a main serving table. Once you’re done serving, move the table away and you have an instant springtime photo booth.