Majestic incorporates the nostalgic fun of 1950s photo booths, the quality of digital photography, and the convenience of custom delivery. You name the place, and a crew of burly booth-bearers will carefully set up your photo throne, which comes with a full-time attendant to protect it against handsy home appliances.
Barbo Productions helps partygoers savor the good times long after the final song has ended. Much like a digital guest book, Barbo’s easy-to-operate video booth records personal messages from guests. Similarly, the company’s photo walls capture goofy grins and vacant stares by letting revelers pose freely in front of themed and decorative walls instead of squeezing into booths. Barbo Productions also offers wedding packages that cover ceremonies and receptions with high-definition broadcast cameras.
Inside Picture Perfect Announcements’ enclosed and open-air photo booths, partygoers strike poses that are instantly preserved on photo strips or 4”x6” photos. Guests have the option to print still images in full color or black and white, and event hosts can further personalize sessions by adding a custom logo or furnishing guests with a provided box of props. To ensure mantel-worthy shots and stress-free parties, Picture Perfect Announcements deploys attendants to set up the photo booths, tactfully indicate when guests have parsley in their teeth, and tote away booths at the end of celebrations.
Picture Perfect Announcements’ mission to commemorate special events extends beyond the camera lens: the company also furnishes high-school graduates with class jewelry, keepsakes, and announcement packages.
Photobooth Phun's booth creates pictorial evidence of celebration shenanigans while adding flair to any party. With this deal, you get complimentary setup and delivery, plus four hours of unlimited photos (a $945 value), as well as an on-site attendant to maintain the machinery and to tell Clark Kent to find another booth. The twin printouts come into this world in color or black and white, with various backgrounds and a box full of props (a $50 value) to add kitsch to the snapshots. The last slot of the four-framed picture can be customized to include a logo or picture commemorating the event (a $65 value), stamping every series with an engagement photo, company crest, or the best man's phone number.
ShutterBooth's touch-screen capsules print personalized party favors and capture live video. Savvy staff members manage booth setup prior to three-hour rentals, providing hosts with a far easier way of immortalizing the night than administering a crayon rubbing of each guest. Up to 15 partygoers can strike elaborate poses or make use of provided props at once, producing their choice of black-and-white, color, or sepia prints embellished with a custom design. The camera will also take video if asked nicely, allowing guests to record sweet messages or hone one-person reenactments of The Godfather. A booth attendant oversees the memory-catcher throughout the night, lest there's a photo-paper shortage or a coup d'état by novelty mustachioed glasses.
When they aren't snapping shots of their own romantic getaways, husband-and-wife photographers William and Schellie focus on documenting the ultimate display of affection: weddings. The duo photograph essential moments of weddings worldwide, from the bride and groom's preparation to their exchange of vows, mixing together both candid shots and poses. Cinematographer Steven Broome accompanies the pair to some ceremonies to capture video. William and Schellie also snap couples during the pop-the-question phase by offering customized engagement sessions.
Though the two only handle weddings, their photo booth fits any event with an open-sided space that accommodates more than 20 guests or one clown car at a time. Besides providing unlimited prints—each of which is ready within 12 seconds—the booth can transfer images to an online gallery and string all the images together as the backdrop for a music video.