Vintage photo booth props are some of our most in demand items. While we don't sell one off vintage pieces we carry a large range of props which will compliment items you have sourced from second hand shops, charity stores and car boots. We've included items that are often purchased together with vintage style items and things you might not have otherwise considered. Happy shopping and remember, order before 3pm and we will ship it the same day, Monday to Friday.
Christmas is a time of get togethers so why not liven up the dinner with a pack of these festive fun photo props. Cheaper than crackers and arguably more entertaining, your guests simply won't be able to resist trying out Rudolf's antlers or Santa's bear
A key moment in the big day the Just Married sign works for lots of photo opportunities and of course great in the photo booth.
You can't be a flapper without a feathered head band.
Fully functional Sherlock Holmes style magnifying glass ideal for searching for clues, and looking at any tiny things.
This inexpensive red bow tie is plain and simple yet quite a snazzy choice of colour.
An inflatable giant clock necklace for fancy dress Gangsta Rappers or White Rabbit pocket watch.
Painted and printed wooden Photo Booth Sign. Printed both sides.
Elegant card eyemasks of famous historical figures. Can your guests guess who they all are?
Complete your 1920's flapper costume with a feather Charleston headband around your stylish bob.
The monocle is important to the Steampunk look as the scientific Victorian examines his new experiment,
Elegant Photo Booth Prop with the message All You Need is Love.
Make your wedding into a silent movie with these vintage style silent moive board photo booth props.
Finish off your Roaring Twenties look with a long string of beads
A simple mop cap with many uses such as Victorian maid, bathing beauty, baby dressing up.
Two hearts beat as one and are pierced with cupid's arrow. Perfect for engagements and weddings.
Goggles are a very important accessory for the Steampunk look. They protect the eyes during steam powered flight and locomotion.
Come on, do the Charleston in this 1920s style feather head band. A neat accessory for the Jazz Age.
White pointed fabric night cap for Victorian dress up and Christmas Scrooge.
Gentlemen in the 1920s often wore a silky white tasselled scarf, particularly the likes of Al Capone.
This vintage shaped chalkboard allows you freedom to say what ever you like before wiping it off and writing something else.
In this one you can excuse your guest's funny expressions in the photo booth by explaining that the Champagne Flowed