Post # 1
Decided to do one afterall. Two pics below of the ones ive found. Just wondering peoples thoughts between the two. The red and black one (red color can be changed) serves up to 8 people whereas the other serves 2-3 max. A little nervous that the black and red looks tacky though…please let me know your thoughts.
Post # 3
I personally like the 2nd better but only b/c it has a more “fun” feel to it rather than formal which fits me better.
I think that the red and blck would be cool too if it fit the formality of your reception
Post # 4
I like the first one because it fits more people so you can get a cool shot with you and your BMS! or try to fit your wedding party in there. Also, if you can change the red maybe see if they can do another black?? so it kinda looks hidden but its a fun surprise!
We are having a photo booth and I cant wait!
Post # 5
The second one is more fun (cramped spaces are part of the appeal of photobooths), and people will know exactly what it is! I also like the ones that look like actual booths you’d find on boardwalks.
The first style of photobooth looks cheap, and reminds me of horror-themed kid’s parties, where you’d go behind a makeshift curtain and you’d stick your hand into “brains” (cold spaghetti) and “eyeballs” (peeled grapes).
If getting lots of people in a shot is more important, I’d rather have a backdrop setup, like they have at proms.
Post # 6
Thats what i was worried about the “cheap” look because my venue is formal. Do you all think making the red part black would be better? I personally think a backdrop setup would be a bit “ghetto” for lack of a better word, just reminds of those pics you take at clubs and so forth.
Mrs. Medina, what does your photobooth look like?