Photo booths are an absolute MUST at any wedding.

Not only do they entertain your guests throughout the reception, but they provide you with lasting memories that will tickle your funny bone for years to come.

Sound Precision Entertainment has its own photo booth, Monocle Photo Booth, and has learned the best practices throughout the years. Follow our dos and don’t of its use to ensure you get the most out of your photo booth.

DO your research prior to booking a photo booth.

Make sure the booth uses a high-quality camera and printer and that both you and your guests will receive copies of the strips. You also want to make sure you receive a USB drive and full digital rights to all the photos.

DON’T use a box booth.

Box photo booths can only hold so many people at one time and aren’t handicap accessible. Choose an open-air booth, which can fit as many people as you can get in the frame while still giving you that traditional photo booth feel!  

DO encourage your guests to take photos.

Your photo booth strips are a great memory from your reception, and you should personally urge your guests to take photos. This way, when you’re flipping back through the photos, you can reminisce on everyone who attended your wedding (and have great blackmail photos on all of them!)!

DON’T place your photo booth in another room.

Remember: Nobody puts Baby in a corner! Sometimes, venues have side rooms that they suggest for your photo booth. However, this reduces the chances that your guests will remember to use it! You want to make sure the booth is in a location that is highly visible and easily accessible.

DO personalize your strips.

With Monocle Photo Booth, you can choose from three different backdrops or design your own. In addition, your photo strips feature your name and date for a personalized keepsake! These personal touches result in a great souvenir for both you and your guests.

DON’T spend all your time at the photo booth.

Yes, you should take pictures with your guests. However, don’t forget to enjoy the other aspects of your reception, as well! Eat, drink, socialize and dance the night away!

DO have your MC remind guest about the booth.

Even if your photo booth is front and center, your guests might still need a reminder to take their photos before the end of the night. Have you MC make announcements several times during the reception.

DON’T be offended if guests don’t take their prints.

There are bound to be some guests who forget to take their strips home. Remember that you’ll receive all the prints regardless of whether guests take theirs. You can always give them your favorites later!

To learn more about Monocle Photo Booth and how it fits your wedding, contact Sound Precision Entertainment at (216) 870-4513 or scott@spedj.com.
DO your research prior to booking a photo booth.
Make sure the booth uses a high-quality camera and printer and that both you and your guests will receive copies of the strips. You also want to make sure you receive a USB drive and full digital rights to all the photos.
DON’T use a box booth.

Box photo booths can only hold so many people at one time and aren’t handicap accessible. Choose an open-air booth, which can fit as many people as you can get in the frame while still giving you that traditional photo booth feel!  

DO encourage your guests to take photos.

Your photo booth strips are a great memory from your reception, and you should personally urge your guests to take photos. This way, when you’re flipping back through the photos, you can reminisce on everyone who attended your wedding (and have great blackmail photos on all of them!)!

DON’T place your photo booth in another room.

Remember: Nobody puts Baby in a corner! Sometimes, venues have side rooms that they suggest for your photo booth. However, this reduces the chances that your guests will remember to use it! You want to make sure the booth is in a location that is highly visible and easily accessible.

DO personalize your strips.

With Monocle Photo Booth, you can choose from three different backdrops or design your own. In addition, your photo strips feature your name and date for a personalized keepsake! These personal touches result in a great souvenir for both you and your guests.

DON’T spend all your time at the photo booth.

Yes, you should take pictures with your guests. However, don’t forget to enjoy the other aspects of your reception, as well! Eat, drink, socialize and dance the night away!

DO have your MC remind guest about the booth.

Even if your photo booth is front and center, your guests might still need a reminder to take their photos before the end of the night. Have you MC make announcements several times during the reception.

DON’T be offended if guests don’t take their prints.

There are bound to be some guests who forget to take their strips home. Remember that you’ll receive all the prints regardless of whether guests take theirs. You can always give them your favorites later!

To learn more about Monocle Photo Booth and how it fits your wedding, contact Sound Precision Entertainment at (216) 870-4513 or scott@spedj.com.

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