Post # 1
I have been seeing a lot of DIY photobooths online. Has anybody actually done one themselves? I need an easy and inexpensive one. I keep seeing some, but I don’t see how to make it easy for the guests to work. Also, is there a way to make the photo strips? Any advice would be much appreciated!!
Post # 3
I’m actually going to a wedding today that has a DIY photobooth. I’m curious too how it turns out and interested in the details of it. When I get home Ill be sure to post on here about it 🙂
Post # 4
We were going to.
We ordered a package thing from Amazon for about 200$ with a backdrop and lighting…to this day I have NOT opened the box :/
I got overwhelmed by the DIY photobooth and we eventually decided to just rent. The cost is abuot 1k for us for 6 hours 2 photostrips print out each time, and the guests can take unlimited pictures, and we get a cd with all the pics at the end of the night, a photobooth operator, and 4 uplights to fancy it up.
I’ve seen groupon deals for photobooths.
Post # 5
The wedding on Saturday DIY photobooth was pretty awesome. They hung a backdrop and had a table of props, hats, crazy glasses, signs, and they also had different size frames. They just had a digital camera sitting on the table with a sign that said something about taking a pictures. I thought it worked out really well. They also had a photo album there with no pictures in it yet. But you were suppose to sign the photo album and the bride was going to print the pictures and put them in the album.
Problem was someone took the camera. Hopefully it will turn up. You might want to have someone there “working” the camera or at least someone who can keep an eye on it.