Bad idea for photo booth?

posted 2 years ago in Reception
Post # 16
893 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Yeah, I wouldn’t do it if I were a guest.

Post # 17
17 posts
  • Wedding: August 2016

Where we live there are tons of photography studios that offer “photo booth” options. But not quite what you are describing. They send an actual person to take the pics, along with funny props for people to wear (think, giant glasses, fake beards, fuzzy boas etc), a backdrop and even print the pics out at high quality on the spot, and give unlimited prints. THey even let you design the frame you would like printed around the edge of your pics. They charge about $250 for 2 hours with basic set up as I described, or $300for 2hours for a green screen and monitor facing the people taking the picture so they can see themselves before they get their pic snapped. Not sure what type of budget you were looking at, but I really think it could be worth it.

Post # 18
3 posts

djbeats :  Hi, I’m thinking of pVC too,  but worried about transporting it.  Did you assemble at home or venue? 

Did you make it based of a tutorial video? How tall and wide was it? 

Post # 20
3 posts

djbeats :  Thank you for answering! Would you mind sharing how many people it fits? Also, how difficult or time consuming was assembling the PVC at the venue? 

Post # 21
8323 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

katmaekat :  

You :- It actually takes decent pictures.

The Cat :- Very possibly , but that doesn’t mean I gave my permission for MY image to be used. 

Leave a comment

Find Amazing Vendors