Photo: Kwirke

1. Gifsta.Printa
The latest product from digital solutions and event technologies agency Kwirke and its GIF making booth Gifster can now make Harry Potter fans’ dreams a reality with its animated printouts. The photos, which literally print guests’ adorable gifs on paper, resemble high-tech hologram stickers.
See www.kwirke.com or e-mail info@kwirke.com for more information.

2. Cheese Effects
Singapore’s first gif photo booth includes a bevy of services including soft copies of your photos plus gif files, over 60 props, music assisting crew (very handy – you don’t want your guests to be fumbling around with the expensive equipment and holding up the line!), customisable logos and frame designs, plus added benefits such as the conversion to high-quality videos for you to post on social media, animated cards, and green screen backdrops.
See www.cheeseeffects.sg or e-mail info@cheeseeffects.sg

3. Ubersnap
Not only does the service provide a gif photo booth at the event, the experience goes beyond in the form of print gifs, bespoke props, real-time feeds (it’s a great form of entertainment as opposed to having the traditional video montage of your childhood photos), and a mobile app where your guests can download to get a copy of their gifs, capture their own gifs at your event, and share them to their social media accounts easily.
See www.ubersnap.com.

4. Fun Pics Singapore
With up to 120 props to play with, your guests will never get bored during the reception, especially if there’s a lull in between courses. Fun Pics Singapore also provides video sharing via e-mail and social media, unlimited instant 4R prints or photo strips, customised borders, photo sleeves, onsite facilitators, and soft copies for you to take home once the event is over.
See www.funpicssg.com

5. Hello Gif by Fotobox
In addition to the actual photo booth, Hello Gif provides high-def video conversions for Facebook and Instagram sharing, prints and gif videos to your mobile phone, customised backdrops, helps collect names, contacts, e-mails or surveys (which is great if you’ve misplaced your guests’ contacts after the wedding), a video montage (comprising all the gifs that were taken at the event) and more.
See www.hellogif-whatisfotobox.com or e-mail ask@whatisfotobox.com.

See also: how to find a great photo booth vendor for your wedding.

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