Monday, 12 October 2009

Always loves: Photo Booths

I love photo booths at weddings, they are great fun for the guests and you are left with some fab memories after.

In the words of Grace Bonney from Design *Sponge:

“Aaron and I both agreed that the vintage photobooth we rented was some of the best money we spent. Everyone had a BLAST taking pictures and as the night went on, the photos got crazier”

Photo by Belathée Photography via Design *Sponge

Photo by Mark Brooke Photographers via Green Wedding Shoes

Booth rented from Denon & Doyle , Photo by Greg Slick at Once Studio via Snippet & Ink

Often the booths will come with an assortment of props for your guests to dress up in, and if not, it’s easy enough to stock up on your own from local joke and charity shops. If they’re yours they would make fun mementoes of the day and if you plan on having kids you could keep them for their dressing up boxes.

Photo by Daniel Kiyoi Via Snippet & Ink

Photo by Mark Brooke Photographers Via Green Wedding Shoes

You don’t have to stick to traditional booths; a creative backdrop for your photographer to take photos in front of can be good fun.

Photo booth photos by Jeff Zielinkski Wedding Photos by Walter Pieringer via Green Wedding Shoes

Holding picture frames can inspire some creative poses…

Photo by Paul Carlson Photography via The Brides Café

Even just a simple piece of fabric…

Photo by Jose Villa via Once Wed

Have a black board handy and your guests can write personal messages so you can collate the photos into a wonderfully unique guestbook.

1 comment:

  1. There are a lot of great ideas for photo booths in this post. My sister used LIVEimage photo booth and they did a really great job. I would reccomend them for anyone looking for San Francisco Photo Booth for your Bay Area wedding.


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