This year really started the wedding photo booth phenomenon. Photo booths have been around your local shopping center for the longest time, but over the past year, more and more couples are choosing to rent photo booths for their wedding reception.
In addition to this newly acquired popularity, more and more photo booth rental vendors have also emerged.
We’ve put together a list of 5 things you can do with the seller to help you rent the best photo booth you need.
1. Lazy time charge.
These can either help you save money, or add something to your final bill. If you want to divide your photo booth rental time into separate time slots, many companies will give you lazy time with a fee. For example, if you have a 4-hour wedding photo booth, but want it to last from 6 to 8 p.m. Which is the trend of rate discounts. Other sellers may not offer this option and ask you to pay their full hourly rate.
Ask the seller if you can request a specific time for them if they come to set up the wedding photo booth before the expected start time. If you need to set up a photo booth a few hours before your guests arrive, some vendors may charge you a passive time from the time your setup is completed until the photo booth rental begins.
2. Template design.
Will you be able to personalize the look of the template used for your photo booth photo? Many photo booth vendors may have an in-house graphics designer who will work with you to design the template to suit you and your fiance’s personality. You can ask them to be as creative as possible or to combine the color scheme with the color of your wedding invitation. Other photo booth companies may not have graphics experts, so you may be forced to choose some basic, cookie-cutter templates for your photo booth rental.
Rent some previous photo booths they’ve seen before and see what other templates look like in the past!
3. Guaranteed uptime.
No matter how thorough your photo booth company is, electronics are electronics and sometimes they become unstable and stop working for no reason. Most photo booth rental companies will have backup equipment ready in case something happens. They may have a guarantee-up time policy that will guarantee a certain percentage that your photo booth will work properly when rented. If there is a problem, and the photo booth doesn’t work for a long time, they can refund a certain amount of your package price.
4. Additional digital copy.
If you want a copy of the photos taken while renting the photo booth, it will be useful to ask. Many photo booth vendors will upload pictures of the night to an online gallery. Ask if you and your guests can download the high-resolution version of the photo, and if you can, reprint it or post it on other online sites, such as Facebook or Twitter.
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