(Closed) Photo Booth Favors

posted 7 years ago in October 2011
Post # 3
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Newbee

How did you end up “giving” your guests their photo strip favors?

I keep seeing those clear acrylic frames as being popular, but I am not a big fan.

We are thinking of using these paper photo booth favor folders – http://www.studiostyle.com/photo-booth-folder-frames.aspx – since they can be personalized with our names and have some fun patterns. I like that they fold shut to protect the picture on the way home from the wedding reception, almost like a little photo card.

I’m curious to hear what others are using for their photo booth pic frames/holders.

 

 

 

Post # 4
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo

@Peony84:  the paper ones you found look pretty cute 🙂

I actually did end up using acrylic frames for my photobooths (well, “did” as in I bought them already…), I plan to use them also as escort cards, so the guests can pick them up to find their seats, then replace the escort card insert with their photobooth picture(s). 

Post # 5
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Newbee

@elysion:  Love the escort/table card idea. Besides the guest name and table number, are you printing anything else on the inserts?

The more I am thinking about it, there are two ideas you can go with for photobooth favors.

#1 – Have the photobooth frames be the escort card. Each is printed with the guest’s name and table number, and are all sitting on a table upon entry to the reception. 

#2 – Have the photobooth frames in a basket or box by the photo booth itself, and each guest can just grab one to put their photo strip in after exiting the booth. The frames can be printed with a “Thank you for making our day picture perfect” message (or something similar).

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo

@Peony84:  I’m not sure how exactly I’ll word it, but I want some lines stating that the photobooth is available for unlimited use so they can go up as many times as they like, and that they can use the frame to store their memory of the day.. something like that.  More eloquent 😉

If you plan to go with the paper frames, I recommend going with option #2 that you wrote, putting them in a basket.  I don’t think that type of frame would work standing up, as they are folded and also light so they might blow over.

Post # 7
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Hello, I was curious to know if you have completed your photo frames already because I want to use photo favors and double as escort card as well. And can you tell me how you made the insert card that was placed in the t-frame. Anything help would greatly be appreciated.

 

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