Wedding Photographer and Videographer Booth Ideas

July 29, 2015 at 1:05 pm Leave a comment

BOOTHS OVERHEAD SHOTWedding photographers and videographers provide a highly desirable service for couples getting married by capturing the memories of one of the most special days in a couple’s life, their wedding day. Exhibiting at wedding shows is a great place for wedding photographers and videographers to make contact and discover new customers. Whether you exhibit once a year or many times, creating an inviting booth space goes a long way in attracting more bridal show attendees, increase traffic and creating more leads. Make your booth an inviting wedding show destination with new ideas and a fresh look. Read on to learn more about wedding photographer booth ideas.

Photo Gallery

Enchant potential customers with an impressive display of your wedding photography by showcasing the best work your company has to offer. The key here is not to over inundate visitors with visual overload, take the time to carefully select a few images that best display the range of your work. Size matters as well, display images that are 11” x 14” or larger to ensure they may be clearly viewed. If a potential customer would like to see more of your work bring a bound photo album portfolio or tablet to review more possibilities.

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Show a demo reel loop of your top wedding videography at your next wedding show. Ensure that your video is shown on a high quality display screen. Create a collage or samples of your best work and keep it short. Before displaying your video at a bridal show, review your reel to make sure it is free of technical errors or glitches. Avoid using copyrighted music and add credits with a link to your website or YouTube link, so that interested clients may reference your work again and make contact.

Business Card Display

Get creative with your business card display with fresh ideas such as using a slinky to hold your business cards, simply insert between wires. Find an old fashioned tea service set replete with silver serving platter, vintage tea cups and matching plates to display your business cards. Serve up your business cards on a tiered wedding cake platter adorned with flowers. On all business cards include an attention-getting image with vital contact information.

Consultation Area

Wedding shows can be all-day affairs for attendees, create a sit-down area designated for consultations in your booth. Offer drinks and snacks to refresh your valued customers and provide a respite from the buzz of the crowd. Consultation areas allow for important one-on-one time to spend with your potential clients and discuss how your company can best document their dream wedding.

Exhibit at the Great Bridal Expo, the nation’s longest-running national bridal show — nearly 40 years in business featuring both national and local area businesses with the latest in wedding trends. Exhibit to meet with the couples, brides, friends, families and wedding planners who attend who are in need of your business’ product or service. The many benefits for exhibitors include high-quality venues, a comprehensive bridal show marketing plan, complete contact database, post-show advertising and the opportunity to present your business to the wedding market.

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References

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SBA.gov: Home-Based Businesses

Library of Congress: Wedding Industry Research

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