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LGBTQ friendly Wedding Photo Booth Rentals

Find creative photo booth rentals for LGBTQ weddings near you. Choose your photo booth service by location, prop and backdrop themes and customer reviews. Find the best local wedding photo booth rentals.

Based in Grand Rapids, MI, BOX6.23 is a photo booth rental business with services aimed towards weddings and other social occasions. This company’s photo-taking solution is a

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Advice From EVOL.LGBT

How to choose an LGBTQ friendly wedding photo booth rental?

Start With Your Style

Want to WOW your guests with a creative wedding photo booth?

Kick off the search by looking for photo booth rentals whose photos you love. Browse the portfolios and save any that stand out to you.

Understand the Options

Knowing what a wedding photo booth rental service entails is everything. 

When considering options think about your wedding theme and budget, and if the rental company can accommodate that.

Start a Conversation

Once you found 2-3 wedding photo booth rentals whose look you love, it’s time to learn if your personalities click.

Reach out via EVOL.LGBT’s “Request Quote” feature, which walks you through the key pieces of info to share.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check answer to common questions about choosing LGBTQ friendly wedding photo booth rentals near you.

Are photo booths popular at weddings?

Photo booths are so popular because they can effortlessly blend with any theme. You don’t have to worry about making sure the backdrop matches, or that the props are rustic-themed, as your wedding is. The bottom line is that your guests have fun while their funky photos are taken.

How much is a photo booth for a wedding?

Photo booths provide a fun non-dancing activity for you and your guests—and the photos can double as favors as well! On average, most couples in the U.S. spend between $425 to $1,000 on wedding rentals, with photo booth starting prices coming in at about $551 for a three hour package.

How long should I have a photo booth at the wedding?

In large part, this depends on the number of guests you have. You want to be sure everyone gets a chance to strike a pose. We recommend either 3, 4, or 5 hours for our photo booths.