some people i know went to a wedding recently that had a photobooth. they loved it, and made the suggestion to have one at our wedding. the one they experienced was the kind you find at the movie theatre that looks a little something like this:
it’s not that i don’t love this idea. personally? i think it’s a bit tacky. i mean, it is a nice occassion and to have something that belongs in a movie theatre is a bit, well, weird. you then get 2 copies of your pictures, one for you and one to put in a scrapbook type thing. i’m not sure how i feel about that.
photos get produced like this:
check out this website (image is found) with some other fun examples.
i mean, how fun is that? props are involved, and it’s pretty much a white screen held up and a camera that doesn’t develop on demand — you get the pictures later and they come with a disc and everything. our photographer doesn’t really do that, but i’m sure we could set it up ourselves. i’ve been looking on weddingbee and other sites to see what people have said.
i’m not sure, however, that i want that distraction at our wedding. i want people to be out on the dance floor (which i’m told will be tough anyway, considering it’s an afternoon wedding) not worrying about the props in the photobooth. however, i’ve seen really fun photos produced using creative props, like chalkboard/dry erase…
did you have a photobooth at your wedding? if so, what kind and how did it work out?