How to Make A Photo Booth Chandelier

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Now that all the madness of the Great Quince, I can now tell you about all the many different projects that we undertook to make this event memorable for Gracie.  One of the things we made was a chandelier for the photo booth. We wanted it to be sparkly and keeping the theme of The Great Gatsby in mine.  It was actually very easy. It just took a lot of time.  So continue reading to see how to make a photo booth chandelier.

Luckily I had some help for my neighbor Mandy and we were able to knock it out in one afternoon. So if you follow these directions on how to make a photo booth chandelier you can make one as well. 

So now I’m going to share with you the finished project and give you a list of all you will need to make one for yourself.

How to Make A Photo Booth Chandelier

How to make a photo booth chandelier

Materials Needed for Photo Booth Chandelier

  • Mardi Gras beads
  • wire plant hanger
  • Wire
  • hot glue gun
  • spray paint of your choice

Directions for Photo Booth Chandelier

  • Separate your  Mardi Gras beads and then cut them into sections.
  • Using your wire attach  the bee the wire plant hanger
  • Continue until you’re completely finished
  • You may need to hot glue pieces on the top
  • Spray paint your chandelier any color you wish.
  • Optional: If you want to add a little more flair you can add a battery operated flameless candles to sit in the middle of the photo booth chandelier to make it seem like a real one.

There you have it a chandelier perfect for any photo booth. And of course, we added a cardinal on top in memory of my dad. 

I  can honestly say that I was very pleased with how it turned out. Who would have thought that the simple materials that were used can turn into something so beautiful and meaningful to us all?

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  1. Very cool! This is very creative, I never would’ve thought to do something like this. I think it’s really sweet that you added that extra special element of the cardinal for your dad. I’ve got to try my hand at more neat projects like this. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Awesome idea for dressing up any picture! And for putting all of those Mardi Gras beads to use, too, lol!

  3. I like that you painted the beads; that’s a really great idea for when you want a certain look but you don’t have a certain color of beads already. Also, I loved reading about Gracie’s Quince; ¡qué divertido!

  4. Yes we had hidden cardinals throughout her ceremony and the venue. In fact, the party favors her guest took home were cardinals as well.

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