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Photobooth Website Finds Jacksonville Vendors

Big Fun Foto Booth has over five years experience providing special events photo booth vendor. From the beginning, has been supplying leads that I was hoping would come from this website. works this way: they pay for advertising to get you to their site. You fill out the information for the service you need. They then send a notice out via email to their subscribers with that information. If you live in Jacksonville, and we know that covers Duval and St. Johns counties, then that’s where the lead is sent.

Once I get the email at, I check out the data. The most important factor that I look for when deciding if I will purchase the lead is the date of the event. Yes, we purchase the lead to be able to call or email you. The average lead costs $11. The second thing I’m looking for when you’re looking for a Jacksonville photo booth vendor is whether or not has verifed your phone number.

Continuing on, when you search for a Jacksonville photobooth vendor, or any one in northeast Florida, pays for their ad to show up. Just like Big Fun Foto Booth, they are hoping that you will click on their ad and fill out the information for your wedding, birthday party or other special event. Once you take the time to fill out the questionairre, they send that information out to us, also hoping that we will click on the information and decide to purchase the data.

Finally, if you need a fun, fair-priced photo booth, Big Fun Foto offers a memorable experience for those at your wedding, birthday or special event. We offer four photobooth poses, followed by a Boomerang video. Boomerang videos during a photo booth session are the most fun. Usually guests laugh the hardest during the replaying of that video. Texting and social media sharing of the photo booth photos and videos is easily done once you get to the home page of your event. The text we send always has a link to all the photos and videos captured during you event. is a wonderful tool for people looking for all types of wedding or special event parties. We just wish it was a bit cheaper and that you would contact us directly to get a price. We always work within your budget and deliver Big Fun.


Wedding and Event DJ Event Success Checklist

Tales from the Photobooth Point of View

Music is the make or break factor that I have witnessed at most weddings and birthdays. When you hire a disc jockey, or DJ, for your event, you’re also hiring a Master of Ceremony. There is a checklist of things that they have to get right, and some intangibles, that should help you decide who to hire for your special event.

Playing Your Requests

Wedding or event pre-planning always involves a set list. What songs do you want to hear during your reception? What sytles of music do you want at what times? Any good DJ will crank out the jams, but are they the ones you wanted when you wanted them? This is the #1 complaint that we’ve read after the wedding is over. The DJ didn’t play the right song at the right time. Or they didn’t play it at all.

Our recommendation is that your wedding planner stay on top of the music selection.

Getting the Wedding Party Names Right

Introduction of the wedding party is the only time that your hard-working groomsmen and bridesmaids get their due. Any mistake, or slight bumble, must be avoided. With or without the help of your wedding planner, if they fail, nothing will stick out sorely in the days and years after the wedding than someone’s name getting butchered. A simple rehearsal with the DJ will make sure that these names are pronounced correctly. Your wedding party will thank you.

Raising the Energy Level

There are three moments during the reception when the DJ has to urge the guests to show the love. During the aforementioned wedding party introductions, when the dance music starts, and when the ritual events take place. Of these, the most important is when the bride and groom are announced publically for the first time. This is preceeded by the wedding party introductions. In today’s era, those folks tend to bring the energy themselves with dances move and more, but urging for more and louder love.

The energy level will then go down, as the traditional dances and more sometimes come after this. I would pay attention to the flow of events to make sure your guests, who will only have so much energy to give, give it at the right time. The DJ is in charge of letting them know when to hit the gas and when to sit back and recharge.