Photo booths bring out the best in camera shy people.
Using pictures I found on Pinterest, John was able to repurpose a ticket booth to create a kissing booth to use for photos at Sarah’s and Daniel’s wedding, and I got a kiss from my sweetheart.
What a fun cousin shot!
Friends and family join the bride.
The fun wasn’t only for the younger generation.
When have these girls looked better?
Grandparents sneak a kiss.
The bride and groom goofing around.
Guests get a little sassy.
The soon to be Mr. and Mrs. slip away for a kiss.
And my sister got quite a surprise!
Not everyone needed props…a few actually just gathered with friends and family and smiled.
Finally, Daniel steals a kiss from his bride.
The Christmas of 2011, the first after Meghan and Jon married, we set up our a crazy holiday photo booth and took our first family photo with our new son-in-law.
The photo booth turned out to be a great way to get everyone in the picture taking mood. Great couples photos…
Glasses, hats, headbands, mustaches, and toy weapons…
Even a couple of serious family photos…
Grandma and Grandpa with their Ocala grandchildren…
It’s almost time for some more family photo fun!
What is it about a photo booth that inspires people to relax and pose for such fun pictures?
When I hear the words photo booth, I wrinkle my nose thinking it’s a ridiculous idea, but a photo booth seems to be a way to guarantee lots of laughs and great pictures. A Christmas Day photo booth set up a couple of years ago with hats, scarves and mustaches resulted in some after dinner fun.
Since Emily and Brian enjoy hamming it up, a photo booth, or as Mike, the wedding photographer refers to it, a FUNbooth resulted in smiles, laughter, and fun pictures of wedding guests that I’m sure will bring back memories of their wedding day for years to come. Click here to check out Emily and Brian’s Wedding FUNbooth.