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Photo Booth at Indian Weddings

The favorite part at weddings for me is from the baraat enters, to the bride and groom go up on the stage for Jaimalas, but then after that what ? How much can you dance on the DJ or how long can you just look at the bride and the groom and eat through the food menu (imagine if the food is bad! lol)  My point is that when you invite guests over to your wedding it is your responsibility to make sure the guests at the wedding are entertained, so much so that day don’t want to leave until the wedding wraps up πŸ˜€ Photo booth is one recent thing that you could do, to keep your wedding guests entertained along side of having those boring monotonous smile and pose shots on the stage . I honestly love the concept.  Its fun, new and forward to see shoots where the bride and groom have these funny props with the guests. I love love love those πŸ˜€

All you need to have is some props or a concept lined up to get together a photo booth. If you have a wedding that is already planned and this is pending, no fear just ask your friends to do the arrangements. A Photo booth is the easiest possible arrangement to make at your wedding. A small corner and 3 may be 4 props if you are a minimalist and one photographer. If you are on a complete budget then you may just do the photo booth at your wedding instead of big grandeur with the life-size cameras and LCD screens here and there. You could also have the instant print options for the guests to carry back as a souvenir. Again if you are wanting to save put a black and white print option. The digital copies from your photographers camera are going to be colored anyway.

Here are some ideas for your wedding photo booth.

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