Everyone loves to pose for photos together as a group! What better way to relive the fun of your wedding day than by looking back on photobooth pics of all your guests having a good time. We think a photobooth is a fab way to break the ice, get your guests laughing together and keeping the atmosphere alive!
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More wedding photos
Sure, you’ll have a professional photographer taking photos all day, but it doesn’t hurt to have more! Having a photobooth means having tons more photos of you and your guests.
If you are stuck for wedding favour ideas, how about a printable photo at the photobooth? Everyone loves a sweet memento of a good time, and what better than a lovely photo from your wedding photobooth?
A fun break from dancing
Instead of sitting down for a breather, guests can head over to the photobooth and continue the fun! It’ll keep the party alive and the atmosphere electric.
Activity for people who don’t dance
Not everyone is going to be up for dancing all night, so you’ve got to have something for guests to do. Having a photobooth means having an activity for those who don’t want to dance. Posing for pics and using fun props is always fun!
An ice breaker
A photobooth provides a fab opportunity for your guests to meet one another and mingle. Grabbing hilarious props and posing for photos together is a fun way of getting to know each other!
Gets the party started
I think we can all agree that most fun nights out involve taking hundreds of photos together as a group! Having a photobooth at your wedding is no different – this is one way to get everyone in the mood to party.
Perfect for social media
If you want to see photos of your wedding all over social media, having a photo booth means that people will be there taking pics! We recommend setting up a few cute spots that are perfect for your guests to use as backdrops for their photos. The more sweet spots, the better, we say.
Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.