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How To Set Up A DIY Photo Booth

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Do you love a good selfie, but worry that hiring a full service photo booth is out of your budget? Here’s a solution: DIY Photo Booth from Rent My Photobooth! No experience required, just follow these simple steps to setup your own photo booth. Once it is setup, the photo booth will run itself – no attendant needed. See how simple it is to set up your own photo booth:

 

STEP 1: OPEN KIT

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STEP 2: SETUP TRIPOD

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STEP 3: ADD COVER

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STEP 4: ATTACH MONITOR

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 YOU’RE DONE!

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Once the photo booth is setup, guests can follow the instructions on the screen to use the booth. Just tap the screen to start, strike a pose, and then choose how you’d like to receive your photos – email, social media, or printed photo strips.

Photo booths are a great way to keep you wedding guests entertained. You can also get creative with backdrops and fun props. The DIY Photo Booth kits have options to fit any budget, ranging from a simple stand-alone machine to fully enclosed booths with special lighting effects.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and are excited about how easy it is to setup a DIY photo booth! If you’re interested in DIY photo booth options for your wedding, check out our photo booth kit, which is $299 for the photo booth machine, props, unlimited digital photos, and free shipping nationwide.

Happy Wedding Planning!

 

About Marie

Marie Kubin is the founder of Rent My Photobooth and Rent My Wedding, the nation’s leading provider of do-it-yourself event rentals. Marie started the companies while planning her own wedding, and is passionate about helping other brides save money by learning how to set up their own wedding decor.

 

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