Photo booths have become a must-have for weddings and special occasions over the past few years, and we can definitely see why! They are a great way to capture fun moments and something to do for those guests who are a bit too shy hit the dance floor. For those looking for a creative backdrop for their open booth, our friends at Pink Shutter have shared some of their clients' favourite spots to set up. Pink Shutter’s kiosk can be set up indoors or outdoors, so the sky’s the limit.
If you are going for a rustic barn wedding, try a chic backdrop like Diana and Aaron. They had an open booth under a covered, outdoor area at Bare Ranch by Michael David Winery. The mantle, candles and velvet chairs made for a romantic backdrop and sitting area. Pink Shutter’s black kiosk is compact so all the focus was on their guests, like these love birds.
If you are having a rooftop wedding, let the beautiful skyline be your background. Bride and groom to-be, Christina and Steve, had the oh-so-famous Downtown LA skyscrapers as their backdrop at Perch. The photos came up beautifully because they transitioned from day to night.
Dock and Dine
Seaside wedding? Nothing makes a better backdrop than sunny skies and clear blue water. The San Diego chapter of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) celebrated their 40th anniversary milestone at Bali Hai Restaurant which is well-known for it’s ocean view; the photos really speak for themselves.
Wild West Theme
If you want to mix things up and go with a theme for your photo booth, the Wild West is a fun one. Set up your kiosk in front of a painted wall in a private party area and add some decor items so that it looks like the country store or the old saloon. Purchase some cowboy hats and plaid shirts, and you’re ready to go, partner.
Behind the Lens of Pink Shutter
Pink Shutter Photo Booths is an experienced, high quality photo booth company with a big heart. From the early beginnings, Pink Shutter knew they wanted give back to Breast Cancer and thus wanted to incorporate “Pink” into their name. Pink Shutter gives at least 5% of their net annual proceeds to various breast cancer supporting non-profits, schools, and other charitable organizations in cash and donated services throughout the year. During Breast Cancer Awareness month, Pink Shutter matches any donations made directly through Pink Shutter up to $100. In 2015, Pink Shutter helped raise over $20,000 for the Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County Race for the Cure event (link to event blog post on Pink Shutter).
To learn more about Pink Shutter, visit http://pinkshutter.com/