Rent a photo booth for your wedding at pixsterphotobooth.com
The popular trend of having a photo booth at weddings isn't going anywhere just yet. They offer a great way for both the happy couple and the guests to have fun and commemorate the occasion. If you're thinking of adding a photo booth to your big day, we have some tips to help you choose the right one.
1. Open or closed?
a. Closed photobooths offer more privacy and control the lighting in the room better.
b.An open photobooth can encourage everyone to watch what is going on.
c. Both styles are popular, it is really a matter of how you want the photobooth experience to feel.
d. Our photobooth can be set-up as either an open or closed photobooth.
2. Sit down or stand up?
a. Sit down photobooths typically take more time for each photo session because guests need to take
the time to sit down and get arranged.
b. Sit down photobooths also typically ﬁt less people.
c. Stand up photobooths are quick in and out, ﬁt many more people and body positions.
3. Size, Weight and Design
a. Some photobooths are all one or two pieces. These photobooths have limits as to where they can
be put. They may not ﬁt through doors, hallways or elevators.
b. Our photobooth breaks down into sections that we can carry anywhere.
c. If you are considering having the photobooth in the same room as your reception make sure that
it will ﬁt with your decor. Who wants a large orange blob with a bright light on top of it in the
middle of your elegantly decorated wedding reception area. We have spent much time and care to
make sure our photobooth ﬁts with any decor.
4. Lighting and Backdrops
a. Be sure to see sample photos from any photobooth you are considering. Some photobooths,
especially sit down booths, don't have enough lighting. This creates shadows or dark spots on your
b. Some backdrops don't block light which means you can see right through the backdrop. Those
photos don't look very good.
c. Dark backdrops can hide dark hair and clothing. The last
thing you want is for your beautiful hair to not be seen in
5. Photo Albums
a. Your photo booth photos make a great guest book.
b.Be sure that your photo booth vendor provides a quality
guest book that will look good and last for many years to
c. Also ask your vendor how they keep the photo album
table neat and organized during your wedding
6. Sharing Online
a. Sharing your wedding photo booth photos online has never been easier.
b.You and your guests will relive these memories over and over again. You can easily share them
with friends and family who were not able to attend your wedding. We offer several options for
sharing your photo booth photos online.
c. We offer several options for sharing your photo booth photos online.
1. Facebook. The most popular option is to have our photo booth upload your photo booth photos
to your Facebook page as they are taken. Your guests can view them on their phone and share
them right away.
2. Private site. We can upload your photos to a password protected website where only you and
your guests can access them.
3. Memorabilia. We can also upload your photos to Shutterﬂy.com. You and your guests can
order prints, digital downloads, coffee mugs and other gifts with their photos on them.
7. Digital Copies
a.You will want a digital copy of all of your photo booth photos. At Dancin' Time Entertainment we
give you both the individual photobooth photos and the images of the printouts. You can choose
delivery by Dropbox, Google Drive or DVD.
b.The online ﬁle sharing option will get you the photos within 3-5 days while the DVD takes a few