Post # 1
I have always loved the idea of a photobooth and booked one for our wedding before we decided to make it a more intimate ceremony and reception and have 30-35 people. Is it too over the top to still have a photobooth for a wedding this size?? The photobooth while being entertainment also covers our favours and guest book.
Post # 3
i think it would be better at a small wedding, no one will be being rushed. so people get more time in there more chance of capturing better shots
Post # 4
Keep it! I think it works much better in a small setting anyways
Post # 6
Love it – think of all the fun combinations of people you’ll get and you’ll be almost guaranteed to have a photo of each of your guests!
Post # 7
If you love it then I say go for it!
Post # 8
- Wedding: September 2011 - Bent Creek Winery (Livermore, California); Reception: Family Residence (San Ramon, California)
I don’t think it’ll be a problem at a small wedding at all! In fact, it may even be more fun. There were so many of our guests who forgot to stop by the photo booth, and then when they saw all the pictures, they felt so sad that they had missed out. Plus, you can’t fit more than a few people into a picture at a time anyway. Your guests will have such a blast–ours was a total hit!
Post # 9
i am doing a DIY photobooth that I figure will cost about 100.00 using the sparkbooth software. you might look into that.