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4 Tips for Setting Up a Great Wedding Photo Booth

A great way to capture the memories, and add a little fun to your wedding is by renting a photo booth. It can provide a great alternative activity for your guests beyond eating, drinking, and dancing. A photo booth can be a fun extra activity to have at your wedding and is a great way to create more fun memories.

#1: Decide What Type of Booth You Want

First, you need to decide what type of booth you want for your wedding. The term photo booth has many different meanings. A photo booth could be an area where you set-up an actual photographer to take pictures with props. Or it can be fully enclosed or semi-enclosed booth like the ones at a mall, where your guests step inside to take a quick series of pictures.

You need to decide what type of experience you are looking for. A photographer with their own set-up could allow for various group photo sizes but could take up more room. A fully enclosed or semi-enclosed photo booth may take up less space, but also limit the group size for the pictures.

#2: Coordinate the Style of the Booth to Match Your Wedding

Second, you need to determine the style of booth you want set-up. Many couples try to match the style of the booth to the style of their wedding. For example, you are having an outdoor summer wedding, maybe you want to have fun tropical props for the wedding. Or if you are having a formal wedding, maybe you want a more formal backdrop that reminds you of prom-appropriate backdrops.

With a photo booth, you can determine the style and props you want to be set out for your guests to use. Make sure that the booth matches the rest of your reception decor for a cohesive look.

#3: Create Custom Templates

With a photo booth, pictures will be printed out. You can create a custom template for the photos. For example, you can decide on the background for the photo printout and you could have a saying on the bottom, such as "The Adams 2020 Wedding." Take the time to customize the template, as this will be a fun souvenir for all your guests at your wedding.

#4: Schedule the Photo Booth for the Reception Time

You want to schedule the photo booth so that it doesn't get in the way of the flow of your wedding. If you will require your guests to wait as you take pictures between the ceremony and the wedding, you may want to start the photo booth then.

If you will be flowing right from the reception to dinner or food, you may want to wait to start the photo booth until after dinner has been served, and people start to mingle. The best timing will depend on the flow of your wedding.

A photo booth can be a fun way to enhance your wedding and allow for great memories to be built. For more ideas, contact companies like Mojo Photo Booth.

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Choosing Great Events

When you think about it, you will attend hundreds of events this year. Whether they are small gatherings of friends or large, organized festivities, it pays to know how to present yourself and how to work well with other people. However, since there are a myriad of other factors that play into how well an event turns out, it pays to focus on the important things. Here are a few tips for choosing great events, and what you can do to select things to go to that will pay off for you down the road. After all, making the right choices today could shape your future tomorrow.

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