RMW Rates – Say Fromage.

Wedding guests love a bit of interaction – if you can provide them with a game, an inventive icebreaker or something they can just have a bit of fun with then enjoyment levels will hit the roof and that’s when things really start to rock.

The trusty photo booth provides all of these things in a handy box. I love them and today Tom, one of the big cheeses from Say Fromage, is here to tell you about the service they provide.

Tom: Taking your sweetheart into a photo booth has been captured on the silver screen time and time again.

Say Fromage has reinvented this nostalgia and brought it back into the 21st century. Our streamline take on the traditional, passport photo booth is compact enough to fit into the smallest of spaces, but big enough to fit up to 5 – 6 people into.

And with our unique, interactive touchscreen, once you’ve finished taking your picture on the inside of the photo booth, the fun carries on outside as you share the images through Facebook, email and prints.

Your guests will have endless laughs during your photo booth hire. We’ll capture all those moments by creating unlimited, professional-quality pictures so that everybody takes home lasting reminders of the occasion.

The Say Fromage photo booth hire service is slick and efficient. The compact photo booth can be set up within an hour and taken down in even less time. We provide a well-groomed, friendly host to make sure your guests get the most out of the Say Fromage photo booth hire.

Our charming hosts can even help you create a photo guestbook, making a lovely memento that will be enjoyed for years.

There’s so much we can do to match the theme of your wedding, from choosing the background, personalising your prints with a message or even a themed dressing up box.

Our unrivaled offer of unlimited prints ensures everyone can take a print home.

The website has an easy-to-use gallery, open to your guests the very next day so everyone can see, share and save their pictures.

We’ll also send you a memory stick of all the photos for you to keep.

Say Fromage can help make your event truly unforgettable.

Thanks Tom, Loving some of those moments that the Say Fromage booth has captured. I’m guessing as every hour of the evening goes by, the booth gets progressively more popular and the content it churns out becomes progressively more… Well, interesting!

Who is planning on having a photo booth then?


Author: Adam Crohill
Adam likes Pina Coladas and getting caught in the rain.

15 thoughts on “RMW Rates – Say Fromage.

  1. Tom and I are currently fighting over whether to have a (home-made) photobooth at the moment… I’d love to get a professional one in, but there aren’t exactly many suppliers in far flung Brittany.

    I think they’re a really really great idea but my Tom keeps reminding me that we’re not there to entertain people for the whole day, we’re there to get married, and as long as there’s good food, good wine and good company, that should be all that’s needed. Silly boy, I know….

    Ok, mini rant over

    PS I’ll be forwarding this post along to him!

  2. We really, really wanted one but then the reception venue changed to a marquee at my Dad’s house. I was happy about the change of venue but gutted we would lose the photobooth 🙁

  3. I want one but it’s either an added expense that’s not budgeted for or an added thing to organise and as there’s already a whole lot of other organising involved I already I might just go without.

  4. Ha these were the guys that did the photobooth for my very wedding which graced the pages of this very blog not long back… Actually it was nearly 18 months ago now! I said it then and I’ll say it again it was the best money we spent, we had a queue for it all night, the photos are very good quality and the staff were superb {we had the very dapper Oliver I think?}.

    Anyways, if you were contemplating booking I’d say hesitate no more and go for it, you won’t regret it 🙂

    Here is the link to our ones shown on RMW back in August 2010 🙂



  5. We used Say Fromage last year for our wedding, they were fantastic! It was so popular that my sister is having one for her wedding this year. Mimi – They were more than helpful about putting it in a marquee too, just give them an email about it 🙂

  6. @Laura – I know exactly what you mean. That’s Tom’s second argument against having one….. (can you tell there have been a number of discussions on this!??!).

  7. We had a Say Fromage photobooth at our wedding and it went down a storm – absolutely everyone had a go and we have so many fab photos from the day. Most people had never been to a wedding that had one and they all raved about it afterwards.
    @Laura, it IS an added expense and I know from experience how all these extras very quickly add up, but from an organisation perspective I didn’t have to worry about it at all as Say Fromage were so efficient. I booked it, let Say Fromage & the venue know the time I wanted them to arrive and set up and that was it. They are SO much fun 🙂

  8. I’d love one and these look fab – but like Celine and Laura have said, it’s an additional expense that I’m not sure if we’ll be able to stretch to it. (Having said that, I’ve looked at a few companies and these aren’t to bad!)

    I’m quite up for making a DIY one so fingers crossed I can work out how to get creative in the next 12 months…


  9. my h2b loves fancy dress being an ex-rugby boy so i am currently filling an old suitcace with wigs, bargains from the poundshop, stuff from our own fancy dress stock. I found mini balackboards from the £ shop which i have titavated and I am currently cutting our moustaches and lips and sticking them onto a kebab stick! very diy but im sure it will create lots of fun and fab photos. also spent about £4 on a big frame from hobby craft to frame faces!

  10. @celine – I have SO had that conversation. Michael uses the “we are not there to entertain” argument all the time!! Ive just organised it anyway, and its cost hardly anything! And now he loves it! although a caricaturist is still proving difficult…….!

  11. @Fiona – In that case, I think I may just organise it as well!! Our photographer is amazing so I may email her and start working out ways that we can do something similar but a tad more homemade.

  12. We spent all of last weekend making our homemade one. It’s a little bit bigger than I anticipated but it will do the job. It cost us about £100 to make it including the probably far too expensive wallpaper that I set my heart on lining it with. Compared to about £600 for a commercial one, it was worth the effort!

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