Your Wedding Guestbook… Wait! Who’s Signature Is That?

Let’s get real ladies – sometimes you just don’t even know whose signature that is in your guest book! Yes, I’m with you; if it’s a long prose it’s probably from your mom or mother in-law, but other than immediate family, it’s very hard to guess whose signature it is – especially 20 years from now!

You sure want to have your important guests’ signatures in your guest book on your wedding day! If you want to go the extra mile and really energize the message, imagine how great would it be to actually see who wrote in (and signed) your guest book!

With all the technology around us, progressive photo booth companies can now provide an extra copy of the photos to be placed in your guest book! That’s right – a Photobooth Guestbook! Double the fun, double the benefit! They’ll have a blast dressing up and getting their pictures taken. Then they’ll place their copy of their picture in your guestbook, writing a fun and meaningful note for you to keep for ever!

Do not take me wrong, traditional is good! However I married 17 years ago and guess where my guestbook resides? You got it… the highest shelf in my hall closet! No pictures, just signatures and few short notes….Whose signature is it?

Professional wedding planners often work with great vendors, however some are not so good. Do your own research. Ask your photo booth company about their guestbook option!

For more information on selecting the right photo booth company, request a copy of our Special Report, Behind the Curtain, 17 Things You Absolutely Must Know Before Hiring a Photobooth for Your Next EventYours FREE!

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A Bride’s Worst Nightmare…
The Beginning of Hollywood Style Photobooths

As a professional wedding photographer, Claudia Rubio witnessed a devastated bride whose night had been totally ruined by the photo booth company she hired six month before her wedding.

The booth arrived late and once it was finally set up (in front of the guests), it was wrinkled and color-faded, destroying the elegance of the venue’s colorful Mardi Gras theme.

Seeing the bride was devastated, Claudia’s skills, background and creativity kicked in. She located a neutral background for the backdrop, collected some of the guests colorful masks, some empty Champagne glasses, flower decorations from the venue, and even some of the fancy bridesmaid’s shoes.

She then assembled it all into an improvised photo booth and took fun photos of the guests. Although not a professional booth, her idea salvaged the bride’s night who desired fun photo booth images of her guests from her special day.

After that night, Claudia began researching photo booths and was shocked by the many negative reviews she found, she decided to create a Photo booth “Experience…”

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