A few weeks ago we went to a friend’s beach themed wedding. She had EVERY detail covered. Knowing the amount of time and effort even small details take I can’t even imagine how many hours my friend put into everything for her wedding.
At her bachelorette party she mentioned they were going to have a Photo Booth at the wedding. I had been to a wedding last year with a photo booth and loved it. At the last wedding I had taken pictures with friends, but by the time the husband and I made it to the booth it was closed. Total pout! So this time I was determined to get a photo booth picture with my lovely husband.
After quickly locating the photo booth during cocktail hour I noticed a poster board. On the posterboard there were a few photobooth pictures of my friend and (now) husband from other weddings. She had the photo booth picture strip size increased and then added some cute text about taking pictures in the booth. I wish I had taken a picture of the poster board to show you exactly what it looked liked.
It took us the first two shots to understand where to look and how the booth worked. You would think two grown adults could successfully take pictures, but I guess we aren’t coordinated enough hahaha. Here’s how our pictures came out:
See what I mean? The first two we are a little caught off guard. When we sat down at the table in the reception room we found these cute frames to put our photobooth picture into.
Each frame had a message from the bride and groom. On the back there was a clear label with our name on it so we knew which frame was ours.Such a cute detail! I just love the message and idea to send each guest home with a frame. Check it out!
And can you believe it … each one was hand signed by the bride and groom! I told you this bride had every detail covered! :)
The cost of the frames seem pretty reasonable. I did a little Googling and found a number of places like this one. There are many places that sell the perfect size frames for photobooth picture strips.
Have you seen this tidbit at a wedding before?
Happy wedding planning!!
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