Post # 1
I really want to rent a photo booth for my wedding, but some I have found are so expensive. So out of curiosity if you are renting a photo booth what are you paying and how many hours are you having it?
Post # 3
@Mrs_Harmer_to_be: $650 for 4 hours with an attendant! I considered several others that were in the $900 range though.
Post # 4
Ours is going to be $600 for three hours with an attendant, including a book of printouts (bridal show freebie) and all props.
We didn’t go through some big company; it’s just a guy who does it on the side. The booth isn’t super fancy, but it’s good enough.
Post # 6
Mine was $800 for 4 hours and was about the cheapest I could find that included everything I wanted (unlimited pictures for guests, photobook). A lot of the others ranged from there on up and maxed out at about $1200/$1400.
Post # 7
We are paying $950 for 4 hours. It also includes a flashdrive of all the photos, a guest book, and all props.
Post # 8
- Wedding: September 2013 - Franklin Plaza
I found a Living Social deal on mine (like Groupon is you’re not familiar with it) so we paid $300 for 2 hours.
Post # 9
Almost $600 for 4 hrs and he was 2 hrs away from my venue and I booked him during a winter special ($100 off) and it included unlimited color prints for guests, the booth was big enough to seat 6 adults and it came with a CD of all the photos. You can find great deals for photo booths now on Groupon.
Post # 10
$595 for unlimited used (we used it for about seven hours not including set up or break down). This included an attendant, props, a guest book, and a CD with all the pictures on it. Best deal I found by far!
Post # 11
i opted for a bridal show special: $700, 5 hours (not including set up/ take down) attendant, outside monitor, prop box, scrapbook & unlimited prints/ multiples of each session
it was through shutterbooth as their “cake” special in 2012, i HIGHLY suggest shutterbooth as a vendor.
Post # 12
495 for 4 hrs,attendantguest book and props
Post # 13
$700 for 4 hours. i was on special and then i won a $200 off coupon at one of the shows.
mine included 4 hours, 1 attendent, all props, 1 guest book, a flash drive of all photos, 2 copies of each photo. people in booth have a choice of 1 4×6 or a photostrip with 4 photos. the photobooth attendent can print out additional copies of the picture so each person in the photo can have one to take home with them.
Post # 14
We’re still looking into it. They started at $950 for 5 hours but when we said no they dropped it to $650. We still don’t think we’re going to use it. Really not necessary
Post # 15
About $1,000 for 4 hrs w/an attendant and a prop box
Post # 16
Our photog set up a “photo booth” station at our rehearsal dinner! (Which everyone attended, since we only had like 42 wedding guests anyway)
I think it was open for about two hours, and we paid $950 for like 12 hours with the photographer (spread out over the rehearsal/rehearsal dinner/wedding)