A Favorite Event Photo Booth Vendor: Inside Out Booth

Photo booths have become a must-have at galas, walks, and even conferences. Instead of the closed event photo booth that fits up to four people, photo booth vendors are now providing an “open” photo booth set-up. This works really well with a large backdrop or step-and-repeat and can include many more people in the photo.

Our favorite* event photo booth vendor in the NY and NJ area is Inside Out Booth. In addition to unlimited prints with a branded photo frame, Inside Out Booth brings fun props and the equipment and wifi needed for on-the-spot uploading of photos to guests’ social media accounts. For a nominal additional fee, Inside Out Booth can print a branded backdrop and set up their frame to display it.

We have also had signs printed for guests to hold in the photo that say the event or organization hashtag or a mission-related message. Even better is a sign made with dry erase material for guests to write their own message:

Event Photo Booth Events with Ginger & Co.

Another reason we like Inside Out Booth is their willingness to work with us on creative pricing strategies for our non-profit clients. For instance, at last year’s Light the Night Walks, Inside Out Booth agreed to dismiss their contract clause requiring a tent in order to help the organization save on expenses.

By working with Inside Out Booth again on this year’s upcoming Walks, we are able to review previous scenarios and tweak logistics from there. We’re excited to add the social media feature and give the event photo booth activity a bigger and better presence with a tent and banner identifying it at each of the Walks.

Like other favorite event vendors of ours, the more often we work with Inside Out Booth, the better the experience is for us and for our clients.

* Events with Ginger & Co. does not receive commissions for recommending vendors.

About Ginger Berman

As President of Events with Ginger & Co., Ginger oversees the planning of 15-20 events each year, including the five simultaneous Light The Night Walks for the NJ chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, as well as conferences and gala dinners for various other nonprofit organizations and corporate and professional services firms.Previously, as Special Projects Manager/Consultant to the co-founders of the organization Autism Speaks, she designed and executed events from concept to completion, ensuring they went off without a hitch and met their awareness-building and fundraising potential. High-profile events included the first chefs’ tasting in NYC to offer table-side cooking to over 370 people, which raised over $1.1 million, and the $1.8 million Concert for Autism Speaks featuring Lionel Richie.Prior to joining Autism Speaks, Ginger created the position of Marketing Manager, Conference and Event Planning at the New York headquarters office of White & Case, one of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the world. She managed client-facing retreats, educational seminars and other special events for the firm. In 2007, she returned to the firm as a consultant, organizing six days of events in three months time, including registration, hotel, airport transfers, two receptions, an all-day meeting and a black tie dinner dance for more than 550 people.Ginger earned her B.S., magna cum laude, in Mass Communications from Towson University and also attended American University of Rome in Italy. She lives in Westfield, NJ with her husband and son.

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