Renting a photo booth can be quite expensive.
To get the most out of the experience, remember that a photo booth is a part of the entertainment.
When we plan any parties, events or our weddings, we always want them to be fun-filled, entertaining and be ever cherishable for our lovely guests.
And, for this we start a lot of planning way before the scheduled date and try to leave no stone unturned. Adding fun to a party can be very easy and chic with photo booths available for rentals and purchase.
These digital photo booths are perfect for a wedding and allow your guests to enjoy as much as they can. Fully loaded with many features and props, these ensure that your party is a hit and your guests have a smile when they leave.
These tips will help you make the booth as entertaining as possible, and therefore, get your guests to take more pictures!
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Use props! Even if your event is an elegant, black tie affair, you simply must use props in your photo booth. Your guests will have so much more fun using silly hats, glasses and boas.
Props also encourage people to use the booth more than once per evening. If you want to get people to come back over and over, the props are the best way to do it. Here's a tip if you still think your event is too fancy for props:
Hide the props until the last hour of the photo booth rental. This will give everyone a chance to have nice pictures taken in their tuxedos and evening gowns, then they'll be back for more when you take out the props.
2. Put it close to the action. Don't stick your photo booth in the foyer if you don't have to. Fun is contagious, why not put it with the rest of the party? One of the best locations is across from the dance floor if you're also having a DJ.
Just remember, if the period of time you have rented the booth is shorter than the party, they will have to set it up and/or break it down in full view of your guests. Make sure the set up and break down times don't conflict with scheduled events, such as speech or toast time.