A Photo Booth for Your Wedding?

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Today we are featuring a guest post about photo booths from TreasuredMems Photo Booth – they can be a fun way of capturing some shots of your guests during the wedding day.

What to Consider When Hiring a Photo Booth for Your Wedding

Unfortunately we don’t all have the budget of celebrities and we can’t all afford professional photographers for our big day because they can be really expensive – the alternative is hiring a photobooth. A photobooth can be a great, fun and affordable idea to capture the best moments of your wedding. It give you and your guests control over the more candid moments, rather than having a photography asking you to pose and smile. When you decide to hire a photo booth for your wedding, there are a couple of things you may want to consider. Firstly, there is the cost. You want to hire one that is versatile, looks good, create great quality photos and is able to fit a few people in.


Some booths don’t allow you to preview the photo before you print. The best booth will allow this and also permit you pick black and white or colour so be sure to check the booth before you hire it. You should also check if the printer uses a superior quality dye and printing paper, like a dye-sublimation printer as these photo-quality prints will last a lifetime. Any other type and you could risk your precious memories fading away. There is a wide range of photo booths for you to choose from, like these from Treasured Mems. Some are more flashy looking and will stand out, while some are better and blending in with the atmosphere of your wedding. Depending on you style and taste, you will want to pick a booth that is right for you.


Check whether the company you are hiring from offers any add-ons, like props, scrap book options or flash drives where all your photos can be saved and kept as souvenirs. Having a copy of all the photos on a drive means you can make multiple prints if you like, even blow them up to fit in a nice frame. Ask the photo booth company whether there will be an attendant at the machine during the event. This is handy as they will be there to address any concerns your guests may have – also avoiding any technical malfunctions if they should happen! Also check the quality of the camera used in the booth as many may have old cameras that take low quality photos.


Guest article by: www.treasuredmems.com.au | Photos from: www.celladoraweddingphotography.com | www.biyaniphoto.comelseachelsea.typepad.com |



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