Slow Motion Booth a Big Hit at the Matthew Stafford-Kelly Hall Wedding

It’s been almost a week since Matthew Stafford and Kelly Hall tied the knot, and still content from the big night keeps filtering in.
If you follow Mrs. Stafford on Instagram, you’re aware that she’s been teasing this “slow motion video booth” that appeared to be all the rage at the wedding. Today, we finally get to view the shenanigans of Lions invitees (Joseph Fauria, Golden Tate, etc.) and other guests:
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Remedy Weddings, who was behind the video booth, even provided some wedding details:

As weddings become influenced by social media and design websites like Pinterest, couples are looking more and more to providing fun, memorable and engaging atmospheres for their guests. Matthew and Kelly contacted us to provide the Slow Motion Video Booth to give their guests a never seen before spin on the photo booth, shooting with the Phantom Miro at 1000fps.
Matthew + Kelly got married on April 4, 2015 at The Foundry at Puritan Mill in Atlanta, GA. From the opening of the food stations their guests filled the Phantom Booth creating some hilarious memories. They kept the fun going all the way until 2am through the after party. The custom airbrushed snap back station provided for some colorful hear wear and glow in the dark Nike’s added to the guests letting loose at the after party. Enjoy!

In the scenario that you loved the cheesiness factor of this, and want a slow motion video booth at your big day, be prepared to have your in-laws fork over as much as $7,100 — assuming it’s a destination wedding. Seems excessive, but worth potentially watching your drunk friends faceplant while doing backflips.

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