3 Reasons to have a photo booth at your wedding reception.

 

 We all want to make our wedding day special, entertaining, and memorable for us and all of our guests. Bands, DJ's, Ice Sculptures, Candy Stations, and more provide some sort of entertainment for everyone. But a trend that is sometimes forgotten is the photo booth. Here are 3 reasons to have a photo booth for your wedding day.

 

1: Trying to figure out a wedding giveaway to give to all of your guests can be time consuming and stressful. By having a photo booth, your guests can leave with photo print keepsakes to remember the fun time at your wedding. If you choose to have a social booth without prints, your guests can email their photos and share to all of their friends through social media instead of taking pictures of their photos from their phones.

 

2: You always have those guests that do not like getting out on the dance floor during the reception. When you have a photo booth, this gives those guests another source of entertainment. They may not dance, but they love to have fun and take pictures! (And we all have that family member that LOVES to takes pictures.) Photo booths leave all of your guests with a memorable experience that they talk about for years from your wedding.

 

3. Many times a photographer may not capture all the smiles and silliness from you, your family, and guests. In many cases, photos are taken with someone in the background, getting photo bombed, or without a backdrop or scene. This is where open photo booths come into great play. Nowadays, open photo booths have elegant and custom backdrops to fit the theme of the wedding.

 

With the increasing trend of open photo booths at weddings, many brides and grooms are booking booths to add the extra element of glam and fun for their reception.

 

Contact us to see how Pixure Booth Photo Booth can be a great addition to your wedding, engagement party, or bridal shower.

 

 

 

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