Hey, we get it. Weddings are a serious business and yours should be taken very seriously. After all, you are entering a whole new phase in your life. You are marrying the person you will spend the rest of your life with and you are doing so by entering wedded bliss. But at the same time, you want to provide some lighter moments for you and your guests. Even though in one respect you are doing something so serious it is still a happy occasion and an event that deserves some light hearted frivolity. And we can't think of a better item to provide that than for you to rent a photo booth for your reception. This is something that everyone that comes to your wedding can have a great time with. Sure, you are going to have a live band or a DJ trying to get everyone to dance but we know that usually that doesn't happen. But everyone will love sitting in a photo booth and choosing a backdrop with their friends and family with them while they create some fun memories. And just thing, not only will your guest have something to take home with them in terms of a keepsake, but you will also get a copy of every picture taken for your memory book. What a wonderful thing for everybody involved. You just need to make sure that you rent a high quality booth and the way to do that is to start searching for photo booth providers in the Seattle area. We urge you to take this guide with you on your search, it should help you to narrow down your search to the one candidate who will provide all of that fun on your big day.
So, you need some photo booth providers to check out for your wedding needs. We know of a few places that you can look. Check out the world wide web as your first search. You can do a Google search for “photo booths in the Seattle area.” And you might be amazed at the number of providers you find. What you need to do is to start going through one by one and clicking on each result that you receive. Analyze the websites of each of the providers and you should be able to determine which ones are worthy of further investigation. When you do, write them down in a notebook. Also, ask your family, friends and coworkers if they have ever experienced a photo booth at any type of event. What was the quality of the booth itself and the pictures and prints? Another potential source that we think very highly of are your wedding vendors that you have already hired. They will definitely know the names of some providers and not only that but they will know whether they have been rated highly or received excellent reviews. Once you have a number of providers you would like to check out for your wedding, call each one up and ask for a day and time you can do what we call a site visit.
When you get to each provider's location, have them show you the booth or one like it that they would bring to your wedding. This is very important because you want to make sure that what will be sitting at your reception does not look like a piece of trash. You want only quality for your wedding. If they keep coming up with reasons why they can't show you one of their photo booths, move onto the next candidate on your list. Talk about pricing. What exactly is included in the price you will be paying? Are their options? Do they provide different backdrops? Will a memory book be included?
There are a couple of other questions that are important that most people do not think of. Ask what kind of camera is used and what kind of printer? Write down the names and research each one when you get home. Make sure they are of the highest quality. Read reviews on each candidate. By this time you should be able to make a final choice, get ready to have some fun.