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San Juan Party Rental Professionals

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  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Gerardo G.
Verified review

Mr. Sarmiento arrived early and had all the equipment and props set up even before the party started. He took into consideration all my requests when designing the picture background as well as the design of the printed photos. All my guests (even my older relatives) seemed excited by the notion of taking pictures using props. Another plus is the fact that Mr. Sarmiento was able to provide me with digital copies of all the pictures, since my guests took most of the actual copies. All in all it was a fun, engaging activity that kept my guests entertained while I was busy taking care of the rest of the party.

Tesoro's Fine Cuisine
5.0
from 9 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Ofie S.
Verified review

Tesoro's cuisine catered my Graduation Brunch and it was beyond great!! The brunch buffet was so delicious and all the party guests loved the food. Everything from the the taste down to the presentation was fantastic! I will for sure be hiring them again for future events!! I highly recommend Tesoro's cuisine!!!

  • 1 year in business
Charlie G.
Verified review

Awesome experience at an amazing price, our party was a great success thanks to Party Pix Mirror Photo Booth

Grande Entertainment
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 20 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Cande S.
Verified review

Great Fun. Professional set up and staff. It was the hit of the party. A definite must for the next party and at half the price of every other competitor we found.

  • 4 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Gracie P.
Verified review

Hired Ronnie Munoz, Social Snap for an office party and we were just absolutely impressed by the level of professionalism that this company brings. This is not your typical photo booth! The virtual and touch screen experience was awesome! We were able to email and load photos onto our Facebook immediately! Definitely will hire Ronnie for our next event!!

About

The best magical, musical clown in the Rio Grande Valley, featuring: * Juggling *Unicycling *Magic *Games *Balloon animals *Face painting *Music and more We have package deals where the following are also included: *Moon jump *Popcorn machine *Hotdog machine *Piñata tripod *Music Package deals for over three hours are priced accordingly: *$399.00 on Saturdays *$299.00 on Fridays & Sundays *$250.00 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What is a photo booth rental?

A party photo booth is a fun, interactive experience where guests can take a series of photos (usually three or four) that are immediately printed out on a strip as a keepsake. When you rent a party photo booth, the company sets up the booth or photo station at your event; a photographer staffs the booth and coaches guests on how to use it throughout the event. Often the photo booth rental company provides props like silly hats, wigs and glasses. There are different types of party photo booth rentals. An open-air booth has a curtain or backdrop that allows more freedom of movement and enables more people to use it at one time. The traditional enclosed photo booths that you may have seen at the mall or the fair tend to cost more to rent, as they are harder to transport and also cost more for the pros to purchase. The national average cost for party photo booth rentals is $400-$500.

What do you need to rent for a party?

A casino party is a fun way to host a fundraiser, celebrate at a corporate event or have a memorable birthday. Entertainment companies provide party rentals, including casino tables and chairs, to create an interactive Vegas-style experience where guests can gamble legally using “funny” money. When you’re hosting a casino party, a good rule of thumb is to order enough casino tables and chairs to accommodate 40 percent of your guests, not all of whom will be gambling at all times. Most casino tables fit 7 to 8 guests, so 4 to 5 tables is a good number to keep 100 guests engaged and entertained. Most casino table party rental costs include the services of a professional dealer. Dealers add to the fun as they keep the games above-board and also help guests by coaching them when needed. Other considerations for party rentals are casino-themed decor, a mobile bar, and regular tables and chairs so that even guests who aren’t gambling have somewhere to hang out.

How much is it to rent party tables and chairs?

You can host a casino-themed soiree for your birthday, fundraiser, corporate event or other party. Casino parties recreate a gambling environment where guests can play with “funny money” that can be exchanged for prizes at the end of the night. The number of guests will dictate the number of tables, chairs, slot machines and materials you’ll need to make the event a success. The national average cost for casino party rentals ranges between $740 and $1,000. Here are some examples of average party rental costs:

  • Smaller package casino party rental: $700 total.
    • Includes 2 casino tables (not craps, which is a more complicated setup), 2 professional dealers, 4 hours of playing time, and 1 free slot machine.
  • Midsize package casino party rental: $1,050-$1,750 total.
    • Includes 3-5 casino tables (including craps, if desired), 4 hours of playing time, and 2 free slot machines. Tables are priced at $350 each for this package.
  • Large package casino party rental: $1,950-$3,250 total.
    • Includes 6-10 casino tables, 4 hours of playing time, and 4 free slot machines. Tables are priced at $325 each for this package.
  • Chairs may range from $1.50 to $2.50 or more apiece.
    • Always ask whether your casino table party rentals include chairs.

How much is it to rent a photo booth for a party?

Renting a party photo booth for your next event will get your guests engaged and provide a take-home favor for attendees. The cost to rent a party photo booth will vary depending on the type of booth, the day and time of year, the length of the rental, and any add-ons you select. The national average cost for party photo booth rentals is $400-$500. Here are some examples of average party photo booth rental costs:

  • Weekday packages: $300-$550, depending on features included and length of rental. A three-hour weekday package for $500 could include guest book, personalized photo strips and DVD of all the photos.
  • Weekend packages: $450-$700, depending on features included and length of rental.
  • Additional hours: $100-$150 per extra hour.
  • Add-on features:
    • Photo guest album services: $75.
    • Personalized photo strips: $30-$50.
    • Custom photo backdrops or vinyl skin branding of the booth: $150-$300.
    • Live social media connectivity (ability to share photos to social media accounts): $100-$250.

How do you make a wedding photo booth backdrop?

Creative or DIY-savvy couples can make a wedding photo booth backdrop in no time. You can ask your rental company to incorporate a custom backdrop into your rental party photo booth, or do your own custom photo booth with a friend serving as photographer. It’s easiest to make your own backdrop for an open air photo booth, which you can hang on a wall at an indoor reception, or hang from a tree or in a homemade frame at an outdoor reception.

One simple yet glamorous option is a tinsel curtain. Choose silver or gold for classic elegance, or go for a wild color like bright pink. For a more refined look, you can purchase three or four yards of a luxe fabric that fits your wedding color theme. Creative couples may want to get funky and spray-paint or hand-paint designs onto a cotton canvas backdrop. Don’t forget to provide props for your guests; the props are half the fun and encourage guests to get playful for the camera. Paint an oversized picture frame gold (don’t forget to take out the glass!) for your guests to hold up. Provide a chalkboard where they can write cute messages to hold in their photo, and colorful items from your costume box: think hats, wigs, funky sunglasses, and sequined accessories.

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