A photobooth is a fun and exciting addition to any wedding celebration. It provides guests with a unique and interactive way to capture memories from the big day and is a great way to entertain your guests.  But with so many different types of photobooth available, it can be difficult to decide which one is right for your wedding. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the different types of photobooths and help you choose the one that’s perfect for your special day.

Enclosed Photobooths

Enclosed photobooths are a popular choice for weddings. They feature a small, enclosed space where guests can take their photos in privacy. These booths often come equipped with props, a variety of backgrounds and instant prints.

Pros: Enclosed photobooths offer guests privacy, so they can let loose and have fun taking photos without feeling self-conscious. 

Cons: Enclosed photobooths can take up a lot of space, you are also be limited to the amount of people in the photo and style of photography.

Open-Air Photobooths

Open-air photobooths are becoming increasingly popular for weddings. They feature a camera and backdrop set up in an open space, allowing guests to take photos in front of a backdrop / flowerwall.

Pros: Open-air photobooths are great for weddings with larger guest lists, as they can accommodate more people at once. They also require less space than enclosed photobooths.  A fully managed open Photo Booth can also achieve a better quality of photo – especially if the attendant has access to manoeuvre the camera (zoom and tilt).

Cons: Open-air photobooths may not offer guests as much privacy as enclosed photobooths. They may also be affected by weather conditions, so it’s important to choose a venue with a suitable indoor location.

Magic Mirror Photobooths

Mirror Photobooths feature a full-length mirror that allows guests to take photos and see themselves in real-time.

Pros: Mirror photobooths are unique and offer a fun and interactive experience for guests. They can also be customised to match the theme or colour scheme of your wedding.

Cons:  They take up more space than open photobooths.  They are designed to be forward facing and many operate without a backdrop and this reduces the photo quality.  The cameras are typically static so it can be problematic for group photos and smaller children.

In conclusion, there are many different types of photobooth to choose from for your wedding. When deciding which one to choose, consider your budget, guest list size, overall style and theme of your wedding and how important the photo quality is to you . No matter which type of photobooth you choose, it’s sure to provide your guests with a fun and memorable experience that they’ll cherish for years to come.