Looking for something to do with your guests? How about a photo wall with instant photos at the wedding? Your guests should take a photo first, then write their greetings on the back and hang the finished photo on the photo wall. If you are planning a photo wall with instant photos for the wedding, you have two advantages. On the one hand, your guests have a nice occupation during the wedding celebration, so that there is certainly no boredom. On the other hand, photos also give you some nice, very accurate, funny souvenir photos. publicity
What you need to set up a photo wall
You don't really need a lot for a photo wall with instant wedding photos. First, of course, one or two instant cameras, with which your guests can take the photos and have them printed directly. In addition, you should also have enough spare films in stock so that the fun does not end after a few photos. Once you've got everything together, all you need is a pen for the greetings on the back and a wall your guests can attach the photos to. If there is no wall available, you can use a string of lights with photo clips as an alternative. You can simply hang the finished photos on this channel.
Rather photo booth or Polaroid?
If you have planned a photo box for the wedding, the prints in the photo box are of course also very suitable for the photo wall. The camera body isn't as mobile as a small camera, but it's probably cheaper overall because you don't have to buy replacement films. If you also use a voucher for the photo box, you will likely get a similar fee. publicity