Just went to a wedding that had a “Party Picture Booth”, where guest could go in and take pictures of themselves for the bride and groom. After the pictures come out, there was a scrap book where the guest could glue their pictures and write a note to the bride and groom.
I thought it was a pretty cool idea, and something that would give the bride and groom a lot of good memories from their wedding.
Here’s the contact info for the vendor that was at the wedding:
Here’s a couple responses to this post:
We actually had Matt and his Picture Party Booth for our 10.04.08 wedding – it was probably the most-complimented aspect of the day! We didn’t tell anyone but the maid of honor that we were doing it, so it came as a fab surprise to our guests. The option we chose for the photos were the black and white strips, which came in duplicate, so one copy went into our guestbook and the other served as the wedding favor.
Matt was super accomodating and fun, plus, you get a CD with all of the photos, and online ordering capability of them. The pricing was super affordable.
One thing I’ll note is that they do not provide any form of guestbooke, so you have to make and supply your own. We used a scrapbooking book, made a template and drew in boxes for the pics, with photo corners, and a box for comments.
The biggest perk for us was the instant gratification of being able to look at the pictures in our hotel room the day after the wedding!
We could not recommend Matt and the Picture Party Booth more highly!
Photobooths are awesome. If you want something kinda like the photobooth, but with a twist, I offer something called the Crazy Booth in my wedding packages. It isn’t automated, but the photos are great. They get even better as people get a drink or two in them 🙂 Here are some examples:
You can find more on my old blog here: http://blog.simonmcconico.com/2008/12/gil-and-karen-crazy-booth.html