Old school, film photobooths in the DC area? (NOT rentals!)

posted 3 years ago in Washington, D.C.
Post # 3
729 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Most of those vintatge booths you can’t print out the large quantity all in one batch as you’d want to for save-the-dates. Your best bet, and what they probably did in the picture you posted, is to create a mock photobooth at home – hang some curtains or something for a backdrop, use a camera or computer to take photos, edit them as needed to make them black and white, vintage-y looking, print batches on photo paper and cut them out.

For magnets (which you obviously wouldn’t be able to get anyway from an actual photobooth) you should look around Etsy, there’s a bajillion vendors with photobooth-style magnets/stationary.

Post # 4
301 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Do you have any plans to go to the beach? There are photobooths like that at Rehobeth and probably other beaches as well. Not sure where you could find one closer to DC, sorry.

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