7 gorgeous props to make your bookstagram snaps pop!

We know how much effort and time goes into curating the perfect Insta shot and it’s finding the extra bits and pieces that seems to be trickiest bit. So we found them for you!

Customised Mason Jar Mug

Everyone knows that a cool, refreshing drink or a good ole’ cup of tea is the perfect accompaniment to a good book. Might as well let Bookstagram think you do it in style! Bonus points if it matches the colour of the books you’ve chosen!

Mason Jar Mug


This one of a bit of a no brainer: a gorgeous, decadent snack to keep you going through arduous photo shoots. Plus, they add a lovely touch to pastel coloured pics!


Cute A5 Notebooks

Notebooks, notebooks, notebooks. We have a whole box of them, pristine and unused, but we need these for our Insta. You get us, right?


Tribal Print #CurrentlyReading Mug

Because those classic bookstagram pics of a pile of books with a #currentlyreading mug sat on top are an essential. And we love the colours and print on this one!


‘Alice in Wonderland’ Infinity Scarf

This is perfect not only for our slight obsession with scarves, it’s also perfect for bookish selfies and a cool space filler in your bookstagram pics!


Artificial Tulips

There’s not a simpler, more classic combination than books and flowers. And these ones will last forever! Pair these with your most gorgeous collections.


Frostbeard Studio Bookworm Candle

These have a gorgeous splash of colour, smell divine and really demonstrate your devotion to bookish goodness. We want the whole collection.


What are your favourite bookstagram props? Tell us @maximumpopbooks!

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Written by Sophie Waters

Sophie is the Head of Commercial at Maximum Pop! Having studied English Lit and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, she came to MP! to satisfy her passion for books. Sophie is a diehard Hufflepuff and feminist. She's also a huge cat lover, and can often be found rocking her socks off at a gig.

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