Have you ever been to a conference where they had one of this great Instagram photo booth prop frame? You know, the ones you can hold in hand and take a great pic with your friends? Well, we have been looking out for you, and we have some good news: we found a great place to get your own “social media” prop frame: Welcome to InstaFrameUK.
InstaFrameUK is a boutique shop on Etsy, founded by Jenna a couple of months ago. Don’t get us wrong, it might look small, but InstaFrameUK is actually an awesome business. Jenna can design and produce any social media prop frame, from Facebook to Instagram, from Pinterest to Twitter and even Tinder!
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When we asked her how she came up with the idea, Jenna simply explained:
[quote]The whole thing was born after I decided to make a frame for my friends wedding…I actually started off by printing on a4 adhesive paper and cutting around each letter individually before sticking to the foam board (Very time consuming!). [/quote]
Of course the manufacturing process has changed since Jenna realised the demand for her prop frame was increasing fast. Today all frames are made from customised photoshop templates, printed in full colour and mounted on to 10mm foam boards.
The designs are fully customisable so you can add your brand and logo and decide on a date, location, and even the number of likes, comments, hashtags and emoticons you would like to be featured.
These prop frames are awesome to get your guests or attendees involved and to give them a good and fun reason to spread the word about your event on their own social media channels. Frames are available in two sizes: a medium size of 57.5 x 40xm and a large model of 82 x 57.5cm. You can order your own customised prop frame on InstaFrameUK. What will yours be like?
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