Back to school signs for the 1st day of school. Fun photo booth ideas for kids. Download these free printable signs for each grade to make fun memories.
Back to School Signs for 1st Day of School
It’s a Back to School Party here at Living Locurto with fun ideas by some of my favorite bloggers! I’m so excited about this cute photo booth idea and free printable 1st day of school signs by the talented Rebekah from A Blissful Nest. Enjoy these fun back to school ideas!
A new tradition we started in our house last year was taking 1st day of school pictures. It is such a great way to capture a moment you never want to forget with your children.
So this year I thought it would be fun to turn it into a photo booth and let my little one have some fun with it. I’m also sharing my free printable signs (one for each grade) for you to have some fun with as well!
Easy Back to School Photo Booth Ideas
I created a simple back drop using left over fabric from my daughter’s butterfly party and pinned these foam apples from the dollar bins at Target. I placed a basket full of goodies for her to dress up in and snapped away!
Some great things to include in your basket are fun glasses, a boa, crazy hats and wigs.
It’s so much fun to see how your little one will dress her/himself up!
Free Printable 1st Day of School Signs
I have designed a preschool through 12th grade set of FREE Printable Signs for you to create years of memorable photos for your little one’s first day of school each year. Have fun creating these special memories!
Click a link below to download and print your sign.
Thanks for the fun free printables Rebekah!! Check out more of her fun and creative DIY ideas:
Rebekah is an interior designer turned party stylist and the creative director behind A Blissful Nest: a site dedicated to custom party decorations and home accessories, stylish entertaining and interior decor. She resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband and daughter, Lauren. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Originally published on August 7, 2013. Last Updated on August 9, 2019 by Amy Locurto