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Basic Tips for Setting Up a Photo Booth at a Wedding Reception

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A photo booth is a great item to incorporate into your wedding reception. It helps loosen up your guests, provide them with an activity to participate in while they get a break from dancing, and leave them a unique souvenir from the wonderful evening. The photo booth can take some preparation to set up however, before you buy your equipment or decide what you want to use for your booth, there are a few photo booth tips to follow.

Most of the equipment needed for a photo booth consists of a backdrop, a stage, podium, and some high-tech (and very expensive) photo equipment such as Polaroids, lenses, flashes, and more. Some props to consider using for your photo booth session include: automatic pop-up machines, giant scissors, wall stickers, and other fun items that will not interfere with the photos taken. Consider making each photo takes time even longer by playing slowmo, as this will create the right effect in the mind of the audience. It’s also a good idea to ask your guests to stand very close to the photo booth, so they are easier to remember and focus on.

The backdrop is the first thing you need to consider when setting up your photo booth; most people choose backgrounds that match their wedding party dresses and wedding theme. For instance, if you are having a fall wedding, try using earth tones, browns, yellows, and tans. If you are having a beach wedding, a white background is quite popular. Choose the backdrop based on the time of day you are going to be using it at, as well as the mood you want to create.

The second thing to consider for your photo booth session is where you are going to place your podium. There are many different options to choose from, including: arbors, stands, bases, stands with tracks, etc. Most importantly, make sure your arline stands are not in the way of the photo shots. It’s important to note, that the photo booth floor can become very slippery during high winds or heavy rain. To be safe, place your stands as far away from the photo booth as possible.

Once you’ve got your background set up, and your props, you need to start setting up your photo booth lighting. This may sound like a lot of work, but with photography lighting being relatively simple to learn, it’s easy to light your photo booth. Basically, photo props are what make a photo booth unique. When purchasing photo props for your photography session, think about what kind of audience you’ll be targeting and pick the prop accordingly. For example, if you are targeting a younger crowd, then you may want to purchase photo booth props that are bright and bold. This will catch the attention of your kids and keep them interested in your photo shoot.

Another great tip I can give you is the color scheme of your photo booths. Arlines tell us a lot about the photo booth, and are a great way to draw attention to certain areas of your photo booth. The best color schemes are ones that are monochromatic, such as black and white, or ones that are multi-toned, such as red and green. Arlines also add depth and dimension, which is what your target audience expects to see at your booth.

Once your props and background are set up, it’s time to setup your photo booth graphics. One thing to remember here is that you should aim to make your photo booth stand out. You want your backdrop to stand out in the crowd. Think about a photo booth backdrop that is as simple as possible, without making it look tacky. Simple, yet eye-catching. Also, it’s important to remember that your background should complement the props, so a simple background that isn’t too busy is best.

These are just some quick tips on the basics of setting up a photo booth at a wedding reception. They are a great way to get a lot of action at your event, especially if you’re dealing with a smaller space, or limited space for your wedding reception tables. Use these tips to get your photo booth up and running quickly and efficiently, and to create an amazing look for your big day.

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