Your wedding day arrives and the air is filled with stress. Things are lost, participants are missing, and people who purposely haven’t spoken in years are suddenly right next to each other. The air conditioner is not working. The flowers are wilting and so are the guests.
Everyone needs to take something and reduce all this tension! Not pharmaceuticals. Instead take pictures at the Selfie Station photo booth! Yes, taking pictures has been shown in a clinical study by German psychologists to reduce stress. Maybe that’s why the super savvy wedding planner made sure a Selfie Station was available from wedding to reception. People waiting for the ceremony to start begin reducing their tension instead of letting it build. By the time the bride comes down the aisle the air is filled with goodwill. And when tensions start to rise again at cocktail time or the reception, the Selfie Station should be right there luring people in to silliness, cuteness, laughs and fun — which erase stress, worry and anger. That’s what a Selfie Station can do.
The newlyweds will get the pictures as well as the other features provided by the photo booth, such as video messaging, gifs, and slo-motion video. The Selfie Station will also provide the guests with the pictures as their very own souvenir. Looking at pictures can reduce stress as well!
It makes perfect sense that a photo booth would be a stress reducer. Studies have shown smiling reduces stress. Having your picture taken, smiling, being free and fanciful – you know the funny faces, the props – lightens people’s moods. Doing things you like and feeling happy, even in brief spurts, relieves stress. Positive social interaction, including hugs, also relieves tension. Grabbing someone or going in for a group hug in front of the Selfie Station camera will lessen the wedding tension. The German psychologist James Muller from Stuttgart says: “When you’re happy, you relieve stress. Undoubtedly, photo booth makes an event more interactive and fun.”
And you thought photo booth popularity was just to entertain the guests. Nope, it keeps the guests from acting out their own emotional dramas. Book your Selfie Station today!