Perfect for any special event. Whether it's a wedding, bar mitzva, graduation, bachelorette party, anniversary, birthday, dances, fundraisers or whatever -- adding a Redlight Photobooth to your event provides a new level of fun and a lasting impression for your guests.
Find us online at RedlightPhotobooth.com or give us a call at 573.673.0319
This isn't your typical clunky, sit 'n' grin, fuzzy pictures mall photo booth! Every piece of the Redlight booth has been custom created with today's modern technologies. Some of the features that set our booth's apart from the competition are:
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Recommended by 99% of couples
Rachael · Married on 10/01/2011
Redlight Photobooth did a great job at our wedding. I highly recommend having them put together the photo abum on site. It's less hassle for you and it is great to be able to look at all the pictures after the wedding. We loved it!Sent on 04/01/2012
Meghann · Married on 06/11/2011
The staff of Redlight was there to service the photobooth during my wedding reception, which was so nice and such a relief. All my guests LOVED the photobooth!Sent on 04/01/2012
Martha · Married on 06/04/2011
I believe we were the first ones to contact you the day your ad appeared in the Business section of the Saturday Columbia Tribune in early March, 2011. We were impressed from start to finish with the services provided and your Photo Booth was a BIG hit at the wedding. I think we were able to get EVERY guest to have a picture taken and later when we sent out some copies we rec'd glowing compliments from them all. Quite a few guests said they'd show the pix to other friends and mention what fun it was to have an "interactive" event for everyone. Thanks for making our daughter's wedding "picture perfect"!Sent on 04/02/2012
Just another mention that has nothing to do with your services, but has to do with this survey. Maybe it's just my computer or monitor, but when I clicked on the blue question marks under each category above, the left-most portion of the response was cut off, although the meaning was still understood. Maybe those responses need to be moved slightly to the right to be seen in full.