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Photo Booth Favor

My FH and I are having a photo booth at our reception that will print a strip of photos for our guests that they take with a message of our choosing on the back. We also get a book with all of the photos from the night. Is this enough of a favor? I am not excited about spending money on a favor that will get left behind or thrown away once the guest gets home. Thoughts?

 

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Re: Photo Booth Favor

  • My FH and I are having a photo booth at our reception that will print a strip of photos for our guests that they take with a message of our choosing on the back. We also get a book with all of the photos from the night. Is this enough of a favor? I am not excited about spending money on a favor that will get left behind or thrown away once the guest gets home. Thoughts?

    You don't need a favor at all, so you're in the clear. :-)


     

  • MobKazMobKaz Chicago suburbs member
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    I agree that it is a nice favor.  I will say, however, that if you wanted to take it one step further, you could add an inexpensive T-frame.  You could have it serve double duty as an escort card.  You could easily print out 2 x 6 escort cards and slide them into the frames.  Then the guest would have the frame with them at their table when they are ready to go to the photo booth.  If you were really creative or good with crafting, you could easily embellish the frame with a simple ribbon or something.  Just throwing out an idea.  


    My daughter also used her photo booth as a guest book.  An extra strip was printed for each guest.  They were encouraged to glue it into a guest book and include a message.  It was a big hit for the guests and the memento for my daughter and her husband is priceless.  
  • JoanE2012JoanE2012 Exit 21 (Jersey!) member
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    I really like @mobkaz suggestion.  The T-frame is a neat way to add a little something extra to the photo booth picture.  Otherwise, the photo booth alone is enough.  Favors are never required anyway. 
  • edited November 2013
    We're doing this. We always end up throwing away favors (or eating them) and aside from tasty dinner mints or something I can't remember any of them. 

    But one of my friends had a photobooth at her wedding and we were sold! So much fun. We're ditching the favors to help (somewhat) offset the cost of the photobooth/guest book, and I got free business cards from Vistaprint that I am using to put on the tables to tell people we didn't forget favors, go to the photobooth (and our candy bar, which was included in our coordinator's package so no extra cost there either)... image


    Pretty sure the only thing getting left behind is this little card - which was totally free :o

    orwhatuwill
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