In order to have Snap It Memories at your event all you need to do is provide us the information and we do the rest!
Prior to your booked time a Snap It Memories attendant will arrive with the photo booth and discretely begin setting up.
Once the booth is up and running, it’s up to you and your guests to enjoy! The process is simple and fully automated; so there is no need to wait on a photographer.
We provide a variety of props for every booking, but we also encourage you to add your own props that you think best suit your party.
The whole process is automated. Just hit the big button and the booth takes care of the rest.
The booth takes four photos of the guests, allowing them time to strike a new pose or change props.
After the photo session, the system will print out a 4" x 6" photo for you to take home. It will have a code on it, making it easy to find your photos online.
The standard setup consists of a photo tower that houses the camera, screens, printer and other electronics along with a configurable pipe and drape section which provides a backdrop and privacy for the group getting their photos taken.
The configuration requires roughly 7 feet by 7 feet of floorspace and 7 1/2 feet of ceiling clearance. In addition, there needs to be easy access to a standard wall plug and space on at least one side for your event attendees to comfortably enter and exit the booth. Typically the booth works best against walls and in corners.
The benefit of Snap It Memories' photo booth is that there is the ability to be flexible with the set up. If you would like to produce your backdrop or fit the booth in a space which is different then the specified above we are able to accommodate! Please let us know any requests you may have and we will work through it together.
With every booking we upload the photos online to our Relive It page. Your attendees are able to like, tweet, download and otherwise share all the photos from past events.
However, we also take your privacy seriously and if you require will password protect your event, allowing you to control the access to your photos.