(Closed) Photobooth

posted 9 years ago in New York City
Post # 3
4 posts

Maybe for that budget…try having your photographer set one up or do it yourself! You can rent a folding screen to create a semi-private space and have a camera on a tripod for guests to take self-portraits. Leave a bin on the side with fedoras, tiaras, scarves, ray bans and any other fun accessories you can think of to make dressing up fun. Find a creative way to let guests know about the photobooth. Include it on a tent card, your escort cards or even have your DJ announce it in the beginnng of the reception to let guests know to steal the bride and groom for snapshots.

Post # 4
8 posts
  • Wedding: September 2009

I was considering using http://www.rentphotbooths.com but after some googling, I discovered that they are terrible and have tons of horrible reviews.  Their prices sound too good to be true…for good reason!


I’m actually looking for a cheap photobooth alternative…I suggest either finding a friend who is a photographer or searching craigslist for someone inexpensive.

Post # 5
289 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

The only wedding I’ve been to with a photobooth, the couple created it themselves. They created the booth and then used a laptop with webcam to take the pictures. It was so easy for people to use (they had little direction cards in there) and they did a good job of making it feel like a real photobooth.  It was so much fun and it cost next to nothing!

Post # 6
57 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I am using partybooths.com They are actually very reasonably priced and easy to work with. They came recommended and will offer recommendations for you. They also will do it all over the US, so you don’t have to worry about where you are located. Check them out.

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