What You'll Get
Pictures taken in photo booths come out in a long strip that you can display whole or cut into individual frames that will easily dissolve on the tongue. Absorb memories however you like with this Groupon.
$229 for a two-hour photo-booth package (a $500 value)
- Set-up and break-down
- Two hours of use, not including set-up and break-down time
- Digital copy of images
- $75 for each additional half hour
This deal is valid within 20 miles of the 75035 zip code.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. 14 day cancellation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Includes all areas within 20 miles of 75035.. Date and time of event is subject to availability and is not finalized until an executed contract has been received. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About A Booth of Memories
When Skyler and Dianna Blattner got married, everyone at their reception had a blast crowding into a photo booth. The newlyweds came away with fabulous memories, snapshots of their friends, and the itch to start their own business. Today, they give others a chance to indulge in such goofiness and glamour by renting out their own curtain-clad photo booths. As business owners, the Blattners pride themselves on their flexibility, which translates into a seamless party experience for their customers.
Staff members deliver and set up the six-foot-tall booth, whose five square feet are cordoned off in velvet curtains and a host-chosen portrait backdrop. Though equipped with a futuristic touchscreen and a high-res digital camera, the booth is highly portable, designed to be kind to floors and wheelchair accessible, and can even be moved during the party.
When up to 10 party guests enter the booth, they first tap the screen to choose between color and black and white, then don accessories from the props box and grin as four snapshots are taken. Twelve seconds later, a strip emerges, showcasing the shots alone or with custom text and graphics. The quartet of images is printed on archival paper designed to resist water, fingerprints, and marker mustaches. High-res video messages or real-time Internet uploading may be added to a booth-rental package. After the last flash has been dispatched, staffers cart the booth away, back to the grassy field where it grazes when it's not on duty.