Photo & Video Booths
Photo booth styles to choose from:
1. Traditional Enclosed
2. Open Air
4. Green Screen
5. Video Booths
6. Selfie Stations
PHOTO BOOTH PRICING
Enclosed Booths $1100
Traditional, Inflatable, & Lounge styles
Open Air Booths $900
Includes backdrop & camera kiosk but no side draping.
Texting Feature $150 add on to any photo booth
Have pictures printed AND texted to phones.
Guests enter phone#, can change each session.
Video Capture $150 add on to any photo booth
Guests can take photos and record video messages. Thumb drive of all pictures and videos made at end of event.
Slow Motion Video $400 add on to any photo booth. The latest evolution of photo booths – creates HILARIOUS footage. Want just a slow motion setup? Call for quote.
DIY Selfie Station: $200
Don’t need photo strips printed but want the fun of taking/sharing pics from your phone? Rent a selfie station! Includes backdrop and photo props. Delivery/setup available for additional fee.
All styles of booths include:
4 hours of unlimited lab quality prints on professional photo paper. Need less than 4hrs? Call for price.
Immediate printing of photo strips with a copy for EVERYONE IN THE PHOTOS.
Your choice of photo strip size: 2”x 6” or 4”x 6″ landscape or portrait orientation
12 different backdrops to choose from
Assorted party props
Thumb drive of all photos/videos at end of event
Attendant on duty for duration of event
Monitor in booth to see your poses before on-screen countdown begins
Custom header graphics on each photo strip – your name/date, company logo, etc.
Add-On Options (call for pricing):
Custom video montage of all event photos.
Photo posters of selected or all photos.
Flat panel monitor outside photo booth displaying guest photos.
Photo album and scrap book supplies.
Reprints of any/all individual photos or strips.
Extra thumb drives of photos/videos.
Enclosed or Open Photo Booths… What’s the Difference?
All of our photo booths produce the same quality photos as the cameras and printers are the same in all of our booths. Also, there's no way to tell when looking at the prints if the pictures were taken in an open or enclosed booth.
The difference lies in the experience for the guests… can they be seen by others when "in" the booth.
In our open booths guests stand in front of the camera kiosk with only a backdrop behind them. In an enclosed booth there's drapery on all four sides.
There isn't a maximum number of people who can fit in either style of booth – it all depends on the sizes of the individuals and how close they want to get.