One request we sometimes hear from couples is that they would like us to interview some of their guests as part of the video. While we think its a great idea to give guests the opportunity to be part of the video, this leads to some awkward experiences as we walk around putting a large camera and microphone in someone’s face and asking if they want to say anything on the video. Many times we get would get just a few willing participants and they offer a short greeting and best wishes. We thought there must be a better way to give guests an opportunity to be part of the video, and so the video guestbook idea was born.
Our Video Guestbook Kiosk give guests a way to leave video messages at their leisure throughout the reception. This allows guests to leave comments, dedications, and fun videos for the bride and groom by simply pressing a button to start the recording. Unlike a traditional video or photo booth, the kiosk is an open design so any number of guests can participate in a recording. We have found that guests are much more likely to leave a fun, goofy greeting or a heartfelt congratulations message when they can record at their own time with no intimidating large camera (or camera operator) staring at them.
Below is a video showing a few highlights of what the kiosk captured at a recent wedding:
The wedding video kiosk is available with any of our Tulsa Event Video wedding packages as an add-on, and is included in our Gold package. See our wedding page for full wedding videography information.