A nice photo can capture the essence of a family, or just serve as a reminder of what they all looked like before they had to sell their faces to the mask store. Save face with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $350 for a three-hour photo-booth rental, valid Friday–Sunday (a $795 value)
- $299 for a three-hour photo-booth rental, valid Monday–Thursday (a $795 value)
- $35 for a half-hour, in-studio photo shoot for up to 10 with one 16x20 print and the high resolution digital file (an $180 value)
Photo-booth rentals come with free delivery and setup, an onsite attendant to ensure everything runs smoothly, and an array of props. Patrons can pose for unlimited pictures during their time slot and choose between black-and-white or color prints, which the machine spits out adorned with the event’s custom text and logo. For more details, see the photo-booth FAQs.
CL!X Portrait Studios
At CL!X Portrait Studios, photographers can capture well-posed shots of siblings in matching sweaters or click away at kids in their natural state of play, whether they are giggling in a frilly tutu or banging on a set of pots and pans. The studio’s array of portraiture styles reflects its founders’ goals: Sandy and Michael Pawlyszyn started CL!X after searching fruitlessly for a user-friendly way to document their own kids’ childhoods. Now, their team of photographers snaps youthful smiles in the studio as well as on site in the community, helming shoots at local schools, dance studios, and sports games. Their subjects need not be children, though—they can craft portraits of entire families, moms-to-be, and high-school seniors before they graduate and cycle back to preschool. The crew also takes photographic fun on the road via photo-booth rentals, which let partiers create their own lasting memories at special events.
“Thanks for the great service and patience while taking pictures of our busy and bossy toddler!”
“Great job listening to parents' requests and playing with my child to get her to smile!”
“Very friendly and did a great job with my child”