One of the reasons why patterns remain popular with people is because they can go with almost any theme. Suppose the theme for your picture is a forest, you can depict it by displaying several prints of wild animals such as deadly snakes, speedy cheetahs, stunning peacocks, and gentle zebras as your backdrop.
Are you in the army? If your troop has come back to the United States to celebrate the holidays, you can take a picture in front of a blue, black, and white camouflage print. Families can use these backdrops to take fun-themed holiday pictures, which they can feature on greeting cards. If you decide to pose in front of the multicolored geometric print, made of beautiful and intricate patterns, you can wear clothing, resembling the backdrop.
Are you hosting a family reunion at the park? Send people a picture of your family, standing in front of a red and white checkered print that looks like a tablecloth you would spread on the picnic table. Do you want to tell everyone that you will not be home for the holidays? A neat way to do that is through the Hawaiian pattern, displaying a white floral pattern on a green background.
New moms or moms-to-be can stand with their partners before a green background with polka dots. If you want to send a wedding invitation to your family and friends, the delicate floral patterns will add a unique touch to your cards. Couples going for a creepy and scary themed wedding celebration can stand in front of the black wood backdrop.
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