When you choose Athens Photo Booths for your event, you have THREE options for your photo booth set up – an enclosed photo booth,an open air photo booth, or a social sharing booth!
Enclosed Booth – Allows for privacy during the photo session, accommodates up to 6 people comfortably, black velvet exterior fits any event style, attendant sits at a table outside the booth, has a 10×6 footprint with attendant table. Great for weddings, formal events, corporate events, large event spaces, parties.
Open Air Booth – Allows larger groups to take photos together, guests can see the fun photo experience, can be set up to use a smaller space than the enclosed booth, client can create own backdrop, can be set up without a background, easier for people to enter and exit the photo area, attendant is active in assisting guests and can adjust camera for younger guests and large groups. Great for weddings, sorority formals, parties, smaller spaces, young adult events.
Social Sharing Booth (NEW) – Perfect for guests that want to have fun with digital props, boomerangs, and animated gifs, allows you to instantly send your images via text, email, or facebook, can be dropped off for an event or run with an attendant, great for small spaces, can be set up with or without a backdrop, printing station is not required, can run on battery for a limited time so power is not always necessary, can be set up outside without a shelter, can collect emails and data. Great for Millennials, sorority and fraternity events, parties, business openings, fundraisers and non-profit events.
View pictures of these booths set up at different venues here at the online gallery. Scroll down past the events section.
Athens Photo Booths was established by Annie Cheatham in 2010. She has worked in the wedding and event industry in Athens, Ga. since 2003. She is a past president of the Athens Wedding Professionals and has been an active member of the organization for many years. She has been married to her husband Roger for 14 years and has one son and one crazy dog. And her fridge is covered in more photo booth strips than she’d like to admit.