Post # 1
We’re having a brunch reception in April 2014 with a blue grass band playing light background music. Because it’s an early reception, I’m looking for types of entertainment besides dancing. I work on the weekends for a photobooth company so that piece of entertainment is a given. I also thought a caracature artist might be fun, however, worry that the photobooth and caracatures together will feel to carnival like. What do you think? Leave any other entertainment suggestions below.
Post # 3
Ithink the artist would be AWESOME! I would TOTALLY get one done! And I would tell EVERYONE about how amazing it was!
Post # 4
I saw this done at a Bar Mitzvah, so that’s the first thing I think of…
Post # 5
As a guest I would love it…as the host I’d probably feel embarassed and worried people would think it was kiddish.
Post # 6
@JenBabe: Photo booths are all the range. I personally love them, and everyone I know loves them too. About 10 years ago caracature artists were all the range. I had the caracatures done at a lot of weddings… I don’t have any of the pictures. Didn’t keep them. I HAVE kept all the photo booth pictures though.
Post # 7
If you think enough of your guests will enjoy it, that is enough to make it worth having, then go ahead! I wouldn’t have my caricature done, personally.
Post # 8
I think people would enjoy it!
Post # 9
I think the photo booth would be fun, it doesn’t take much time and I think your guests would love that as a memory. However, I would drop the caricature artist for two reasons, first – he or she must be good for it to work out. Second, even if that’s the case – it still takes time to make the portrait – meaning that you can realistically only cover so many guests. Also, as a guest, I would definitely pop into a photo booth, but not want to spend X amount of time for the artist to get the details right.
Post # 10
I think they are both great ideas. who doesn’t love a carnival anyway!