A slow motion video booth is set to be the next big wedding trend, according to huffingtonpost.com.
Photo booths have become commonplace at weddings over the past few years but they are set to be upgraded to the new slow-motion video booths after a new trend has been sparked.
Couples may want to find something unique to add to their wedding reception venue and photo booths have been a popular choice.
Images can be taken home by guests or kept by the happy couple as an unusual and different memento of their big day.
Dailymail.co.uk reports that the latest slow motion video booth craze was sparked by a couple who captured some images of their guests having a party in the booth, using a variety of different props.
Bubbles, confetti and animal heads all formed a part of the footage, as well as wedding guests dancing, pulling silly faces and acting out jokey scenes with each other.
The video made in the slow motion booth seems to have taken the place of a traditional wedding video, potentially triggering a surge in popularity of these types of videos.
Various different types of wedding entertainment are becoming popular, with everything from boardgames to mad libs featuring at receptions.