Post # 1
I plan on having it for 3 hours because it gets way pricey for 4 hour. Should I do the photobooth from the cocktail hour meaning it will be from 5-8. The other option was doing the photobooth from 6-9.
5-6 Cocktail hour
6-10 dinner & celebration
Post # 3
i’d make a poll and i vote 5-6….cause people will be sitting down and eating during dinner
Post # 4
@MrsAu: Thanks just added it.
Post # 5
During cocktail hour! People will be standing/moving around and drinking and it will be less formal than when dinner’s on and they’re sitting and eating.
Post # 6
I think earlier will be nice, however I went to a wedding that had it during dinner at it was a big hit as well (tho, I’m pretty sure I missed the 2nd course of the dinner)
Post # 7
@eclipse: you bring a good point. I think I will see if i can do it from 5 to 6 and have a break so people can eat and open it back up again from 7 to 9. Let’s hope this vendor sees my point and not want to charge me for 4 hours.
Post # 8
I’m setting up a photobooth at my wedding. Here’s the instructable I’m following
http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Portable-Wedding-Photo-Booth/ (New Window)
It’s sooo easy, and I already have most of the supplies!
Having it set up in a corner and gently coaxing people over seems like a better plan than having a rogue photographer trying to force spotenuity in guests (with respects to photographers).
Hope this helps!
Post # 9
We offer photobooths with our wedding coverage, and I’d say 98% of their use happens when the dance floor opens. The later the night goes, and the more people drink… the more people will use a photobooth.