Smile for the camera! The one place you and all your wedding party can act up and be caught on camera–in a photo booth. It is expected. sharingbox is a phone call or email away from you capturing all the shenanigans that will go on at your wedding.
As the WBM team was planning our first NY conference this past NYFW Bridal week in partnership with our French team of the Wedding District this past October. We thought of everything, we planned every detail, from invitations, food, the DJ, the guest lists, the photographer. It literally was like planning a wedding. The last bit of detail that was missing was our photo booth.
A photo booth? What is the big deal about a photo booth you may ask? Well, think about it while your photographer is running around, even if there are two in the room, there is something going on in the room that may be missed. While the wedding couple is running around greeting and mingling with one set of guests, something is being missed.
The energy it would take for everyone to set up a Dropbox, WeTransfer, or Hightail to upload the pictures would take another week if not weeks of emailing, calling, sending out reminders to collect all the actions that you would have missed that made your wedding the party of the year.
So simply put why not let all that action be captured by setting up a photo booth at your wedding. It is not only fun but it is actually affordable.
We had the pleasure of working with the great people at sharingbox on several occasions. We have seen the stations at various events from New York Fashion Week, BizBash, and Advertising Week to know that their credibility was earned. So for our event, we decided we were going to reach out to them and have them set up a station. Boy was that a good call.
The process was simple. They collected our basic information. Asked us if there was a theme in mind we had. They sent us options to select from and made suggestions. The technician showed up 30 minutes before the scheduled time to set up and wait for our function to begin. They engaged with our guests, helped when needed and cleaned up at the end. We did absolutely nothing but have FUN, and our guests LOVE EVERY MINUTE OF IT.
We suggest you call the great people of sharingbox and get a quote and consider creating some memorable moments for your guests.
For more of the locations where you can book the services of the sharingbox visit their site and tell them WBM sent you. Below is the list of countries that services can be offered to you for your big day:
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