Photo Booth Rentals - What To Know Before You Book a Photo Booth

Photo booths are becoming increasingly well-known for weddings. At one point, you’re enjoying yourself exploring photo booths, but then you’re confused as there are hundreds, perhaps hundreds, of options available in some marketplaces. It’s a difficult task to find an objective analysis of what separates the various companies. Through the years, I’ve worked in IT as well as sales and also in the wedding industry, managing a photo booth. It’s an ever-changing industry with specialties and niches just like others. Make sure to ask these questions before selecting a booth, and you’ll definitely add extra fun to your event:

Are They Incorporated?

This is a simple task; however, they are like home-based businesses in the wedding industry. Contacting one vendor could provide a legit listing, while another could only take cash. Sketchy? You bet! Check that the company is legally registered by checking them out at the state registrar prior to making a booking. It takes only a few minutes and will help you avoid stress when dealing with a legitimate firm.

Do they have a website?

It’s a bit of a stretch to think this wouldn’t be a problem in the present day. A lot of photo booths are operated by individuals who want to make a profit to supplement their income. Moonlighters generally conduct their business less professionally than the established companies would typically aim for. A straightforward Google search can provide invaluable information into the company’s reviews, previews, links, articles, blogs, and other pertinent details when you are deciding on a business.

Do They Utilize Professional Equipment?

Webcam? Refrain. Inkjet printer? Refuse service. PVC pipe with a shower curtain? Get ready to run! Choose a booth that is able to stand its own weight and appears to be made by professionals. Booths of good quality use DSLR cameras that have flash diffusers and/or photographic backlighting. The most reliable printers available are dye-sublimation printers. Some booth manufacturers are actually building an aluminum frame that is placed on top of a box and a curtain and refer to it as the photo booth. Does it sound solid? Does it sound safe?

Are They Available Online Prices?

The current trend within the world of weddings is to offer the price for service in a quotation and not post prices on the internet. It is recommended that you find an organization that is transparent in posting prices online so that you can be sure that you’re getting the best price you can get. A lot of companies adjust their prices according to demand, season, or the amount they’re capable of charging. Don’t fall for paying excessively for a photo booth due to “special pricing for the season.”

Do They Display Their Work?

Check out the full-resolution images and determine whether you like these. If they’re high-quality, you’ll be able to find an excellent product if they print on a high-quality printer. Many photo booths have photo strip guest books that can be used to make a collage at the time of reception. These are precious memories that are made into a memorable experience of the event. It is essential that this information is presented correctly and incorporated into the form of a book you can share with your family and loved ones. See examples of footers that you have designed. Request some examples of the props. Request to look at all the props.

In conclusion, It is suggested that you choose a business that is legal and registered and has a publicly advertised functioning website, has professional-grade equipment, makes their costs open and transparent, and displays their work. These characteristics will provide you with the best photo booth for your wedding. It’s your job to decide on how much you can afford and what scope of your work. Make these clear to the company that runs your photo booth, and don’t be afraid to ask questions should you have them.