Stylish, Timeless, Black and White Glam Booth
Christian and Brogan’s wedding at The Bell Tower on 34th was one of the most fun and unique weddings we have ever attended. The couple wanted a fun, glam photo booth for their guest to enjoy and to fit their theme.
We provided our signature Bellows black and white portrait photo booth for their guests. To make their photos one-of-a-kind, we used a textured stone wall in the venue as the photo booth backdrop.
The venue had beautiful mahogany accents with marble floors which gave an elegant feel throughout the space. Our 1920s-inspired wooden and leather Bellows Photo Photo Booth melded into the space as if it lived there.
We provided our signature Bellows black and white photo booth for their guests.
Our signature Bellows black and white photo booth is a great alternative to traditional photo booths. It’s best used for weddings, parties, anniversaries, and other events where guests are dressed up and want a photo to prove it. The booth’s exclusive design provides a unique experience they have never seen before.
The main difference between our black & white portrait photo booth and regular run-of-the-mill booths is that ours allows us to take multiple photos of each guest with the push of our handheld shutter button— it feels more like a photo shoot than a photo booth, and we capture those genuine, off-guard moments. The high-definition touchscreen on the rear of the Bellows booth brings the experience into the modern-day by displaying photos as they are taken and allowing guests to instantly share them to their phones or opt for a glossy 4×6 instant print.
To make their photos one-of-a-kind, we used a textured stone wall in the venue as the photo booth backdrop.
Instead of a pop-up backdrop, we used a textured stone wall in the venue to make their photos one-of-a-kind. It was an elegant contrast to the other picturesque elements of this wedding—and it’s one of our new favorite looks.
The vignette shadows of our beauty flash added a perfect contrast to the dressed-up style of their wedding guests. A custom monogram logo was the icing on the photo cake.