Fiesta Couple Photo Door Banner
Aweome Asset to a Cinco Party
I can't wait to set this up next weekend for everyone to take pics and have fun.
April 27, 2012
Big hit at the party!!
It's plastic so it's durable and practical. Good price, everyone enjoyed it!
May 30, 2014
This was great for our fiesta. It held up nicely and folds away to use again next year.
May 16, 2014
Great photo Opt
Good idea - too bad the item didn't come with a cardboard easel. Not looking forward to taping it to a door entrance.
April 17, 2014
great party decoration
this cutout was really fun. We hung it in a doorway which worked perfect. It was a little wrinkled from being folded in the package. i used a hair dryer to try to smooth out the plastic as much as i could. I was happy with the funny photos we got at the party!
March 25, 2014
Fun for everyone!
Used this for a mustache fiesta. it was lots of fun!
February 12, 2014
Great Fun Memory Maker!
This was super fun to have at a Fiesta! Taking pictures with everyone from the kids to the grand parents was a blast!
January 28, 2013
We hung this from the ceiling of our enclosed porch and had people lining up to take their picture with this hysterical banner. We had men with their faces on the senorita's body and women with their faces on the senor's body - it was a BLAST! We plan to print copies of the pictures and send them in thank you notes - it was such a hit! We still have it hanging so when friends come over they can take their picture with it! (we folded it over a thin piece of wood and ties strings to it so we could hang it from the ceiling).
March 20, 2012
This was too funny. I love these banners for parties. We've also ordered the hula/surfer one for a luau party. The only issue is that the banner is kind of flimsy, so you have to make sure you secure it to the doorway, etc., very well. Otherwise, I think it's a definite great buy and the guests LOVE taking photos with it.
September 16, 2011
Fun party gimmick
We used this at an adult Fiesta party, and while not everyone used it, those who did had fun pairing up for photos. Most used their camera phones so didn't have flash, but our banner was set up in a hallway that had a light, so the pictures came out just fine. As far as hanging it up, we taped it to a plastic rod (you could use a wooden dowel), and then attached strings to the ends of the rod. We then put two nails at the top of the door frame and hung the strings from the nails. This allowed us to put the banner at a height that was appropriate for our guest to stand behind without having to use stools. I thought the colors were very vibrant, which made it good for the pictures.
September 4, 2011