Photo booths have become a common occurrence for weddings. Despite the surge of smartphone selfies, we are expecting a new wave of trends that will make sure photo booths continue to emerge as a must-have event entertaining solution. From a new take on tradition to cool animated features, modern couples are finding creative ways to display their unique style while motivating guest interaction. Here are five photo booth trends we are expecting to rise in 2019, read on and get inspired!
Mobile Photo Bus
Here comes the photo booth your guests can’t stop talking about. The iconic Volkswagen buses are becoming a sought after gem, for the possibilities are endless when you can take pictures inside and outside of these buses, and even at different locations with a mobile option.
Photos: The Photo Bus
Instead of an old-fashioned booth with a standard backdrop, couples are showing off their creativity with an entire styled space dedicated for guests to take photos. Not only does each photo look different, the styled area also blends in with the wedding theme and makes a statement as part of the wedding décor.
Credits (left to right from the top): Galina Kochergina / Lauren Fair Photography / Jessie Holloway Photography / Clayton Austin / Debbie Lourens / Cassandra Farley / Jack and Necia Photography
For indoor wedding venues, modern couples are making a good use of space by building staged photo stations to amaze their guests. The stage often offers beautiful stage lighting (perfect for indoor venues with low light) and customized scenes that illustrates the couple’s story.
Credits (from the top): Docuvitae / Caramel Studio / Caramel Studio / Axioo Photography
Inspired by Instagram’s Boomerang feature, the animated looping video of a combined series of still images can be shared instantly on social media and/or printed into a flip book, offering a fun and shareable way to for guests to interact.
Boomerang: The Photo Booth Guys
Back to the Classic – Vintage Touch
Classy, timeless, and fun, modern vintage-inspired photo booths present the old-school handcrafted look while offering new features such as live editing, filters, frames, usb images, and Boomerang gifs. What’s better than combining the benefits of two worlds?
Credits (left to right from the top): Onelove Photography / Teal Photography / Jenny Quicksall / Jovial Photography / Millay and Young