Cap­ture the mo­ment


Photo booths re­main a pop­u­lar fea­ture at re­cep­tions – the key is to tai­lor the booth to your wed­ding theme or style by pro­vid­ing suit­able props and a white­board or black­board for your guests to write on. Alternatively, a video kiosk is a fan­tas­tic way for them to record their own heart­felt mes­sage.

DIY cou­ples may con­sider set­ting up a tri­pod with a dig­i­tal or video cam­era against an at­trac­tive back­drop. Another op­tion is to cir­cu­late a Po­laroid cam­era and guests can write a per­sonal note with the photo. A so­cial me­dia hash­tag is also a valu­able tool for mod­ern nup­tials – choose a tag such as ‘#Kate­andBen­sWed­ding’ and in­clude this on your wed­ding sta­tionery for easy on­line ac­cess to your guests’ snaps.

A plain pho­to­booth not your style? How about us­ing an in­ter­est­ing back­drop such as a large black­board, flower wall, rib­bons, tassles or pom poms, beau­ti­ful fab­ric or Mother Na­ture! Alternatively, set up a spe­cial space such as gi­ant hang­ing frames, a teepee or kiss­ing booth, like Melissa and Paul did on their wed­ding day!

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