After writing the last post on daguerreotypes, and thinking about other fun ways to incorporate photography into wedding planning, I realized that something I’ve seen guests go wild over at weddings are photo booths! All guests, from the little kids to the grandparents, seem to get wrapped up in the fun and have a blast taking photo after photo! These days there are all kinds of booths available to rent including lots of digital options, but I will forever have a soft spot in my hear for the old fashioned, classic back and white versions. Using real photographic paper in a strip of four, each one is a mini work of art! You can use them for a photo guest book, as part of your wedding album, or just to let guests take home as keepsakes. A great Seattle, Portland and Hawaii resource for photo booth rentals is Photobooth Services, and around the country there are lots more including Photobooth StL, Classic Photo Booth, Photo Works Interactive, and The Altman Entertainment Company. If you’re a true old fashioned photo booth aficionado, visit PhotoBooth.net for a list of booth locations at clubs, shops, fairs, markets, bars and restaurants around the world to go out there and have fun with!
Images from Photobooth StL