• Blog Props That Will Make Your Photography STUNNING

    One thing you don’t think too much about when you start blogging is blog props, because in actual facts you would have been like ‘WhatttttTTT?!’. My first photo was taken against my bedroom wall with some fairy lights hooked up by a nail, glamorous I know, and now I pick my blog props so precisely and have a whole box full of them.
    Blog props basically just give your photo a little bit more detail and can help emphasize a theme, or add a bit more something something to your photo. I AM A HOARDER of blog props as I change my mind SO often about which ones I like. For example for autumn, I started using a circular bit of wood that my Dad cut for me, but now I don’t use it as it is going into winter. If you want to make your photos look more professional, chic and simply BEAUT then try out these props:


    When I first started using flowers in my photos, I went for the classic fake flowers because they are cheap and obvs reusable. Now I am totally against them for my photos because the ones I have look a little bit tacky. I am A MAHOOOSSSIVE fan of gypsophila (the tiny white flowers that is seen in like every single photo of mine) because it’s so dainty and only £2 a bunch from good ol’ Tesco.


    Books, especially ones by others bloggers, is a great blog prop because you can use pages from it or the book itself – like Capture Your Style by Aimee Song – and it spreads a little team internet love.


    This is one which not too many people actually do, but I totally rate it as it is unique. You can go to any home store, or interior place and buy one large tile, and you can use it to place items in your photo on. I have a blue and grey tile with a mosaic pattern on from a friend, and then I have the grey one in the photo above which I got for only £2 in tiger!


    Tiny little rings, or a necklace can add elegant touches to a photo and make them photo come together well. As do sunglasses, as they can bring colour schemes together.


    I have magazines after magazines piled up on my bedroom floor as I am constantly using them in photos. I like to use the pages with just writing on to give the photo a background, and I found them useful when I had my red Instagram theme last month, because it was a way of having the red in the photo without any red objects.

    A good ol’ cuppa

    Especially in these colder months which we are going into, a cup of tea or coffee is quite fitting for any photo, especially if you really want to give off some amazing ‘cozy af’ vibes.

    Trinket Trays

    You can’t beat a tiny trinket tray or some old crockery to place items in your photo on. In the summer I used a cute gold pineapple tray, and I have my eyes peeled on a rose gold one because how amazing would that look?!

    Nail Varnishes + Makeup Brushes

    When I am doing a beauty post, I like to add some nail varnishes or makeup brushes to the equation because they to me are the minor details that pull a photo together. Don’t go too OTT with them though our else you won’t be able to tell what your blog post is featuring.
    What blog props do you LOVE?
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    1. 19/11/2017 / 7:38 pm

      I always try to use magazines in my pictures but I had never thought about little flowers!

    2. 19/11/2017 / 11:51 pm

      Great tips I love using books / magazines

    3. 20/11/2017 / 12:40 am

      This is so helpful! Great post.

    4. 20/11/2017 / 1:08 am

      These are such great tips …i mean I would ahhe never thought of tiles….thank u

    5. 20/11/2017 / 6:37 am

      These are great Idea’s. I love the tile idea! I often use my school folders to make it look as if I have a marbel surface but I think I’m gonna steal your tile idea!

    6. 20/11/2017 / 7:39 am

      These tips were really useful, thank you! I like to use flowers as well ( pale pink carnations are my favouritee) and I like using my pandora bracelet as well! xx

    7. 20/11/2017 / 10:52 am

      I love using little holographic confetti stars, they catch the light and add a bit of dimension to the photo! I had never thought of using real flowers! Such a good idea!

    8. 21/11/2017 / 9:36 pm

      Got some great ideas from this so thank you 🙂 i now have a box for my blog props too xx

    9. 22/11/2017 / 12:29 pm

      Im trying to improve the quality of my photos so thank you, these tips are so so helpful! Plus I am equally as obsessed with Gypsophila as you haha!xx

    10. 23/11/2017 / 6:34 pm

      I really liked this! Thankyou so much for the inspiration♥️ Great read xx

    11. 26/12/2017 / 12:01 pm

      Thank you Emily for the advice. I am planning on using these tips to make my blog look great.

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