Photo Booth Props From One Touch Photo Booth Rentals

Photo Booth Props

It's our favorite time of the year at One Touch Photo Booth in the Inland Empire. After Halloween we load up on brand new photo booth props to bring to our latest events. Props can make photos elegant or super silly. We hear a lot of laughter and giggles coming from the photo booth and the prop table. This year we have added items that seem to be favorites amongst our selection. Number one, is the infamous horse head. This silly prop is lots of fun and creates hilarious photos that guests are sure to treasure. Next on the list, is a silly bald man mask. When guests put it on it looks like the have an extra large forehead and glasses. This mask is super cute on kids!

We also replaced all of our boas with new fluffy, professional grade feathers. We now have, pink, white, black and red which are sure to help you create the perfect glamour shot. Also new to our selection is masquerade masks in blacks, whites, purples, pinks and greens. We saw a huge increase for requests of masks due to the popular masquerade Quinceanera theme in 2014. Our selection includes masks on sticks as well as hand held and tie-on versions. Of course we have the popular Batman mask for the guys!

Our wedding signs continue to be very popular so we added some new signs that say, "Mr. and Mrs." that are very elegant and help create a beautiful keepsake photo for the newlyweds.

Photo Booths are all about being fun, creative and silly. One Touch emphasizes the hilarity with the most insane props we can find. We are continuously searching for props, signs and hats we believe will keep the laughter going during the party and for years to come. If you have a special prop you would like at your celebration, be sure to give us a call. We can personalize signs and find the perfect props to match your theme.

Contact us today to book your next event in these following cities: San Bernardino, Fontana, Riverside, Rialto, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Chino, Yucaipa, Highland, Corona and most Inland Empire cities.