How Much to Tip Photo Booth Attendant

How Much to Tip Photo Booth Attendant.

Providing a gratuity or tip for your wedding vendors is an important way to show your appreciation for their dedication and hard work. Tips are not always expected nor mandatory, yet are greatly appreciated. The wedding industry is truly a labor of love and these small gestures can help fuel passion and the drive to continue to provide the best service possible to each and every couple. Figuring how much to tip each vendor can be a challenge so we have listed our suggested standards below. Also, be sure to check your contracts in advance to see if a gratuity or service charge is already included with your payment.

To avoid scrambling with tipping on the day of your wedding, we recommend that you create a list of who you would like to tip and organizing the cash into envelopes well in advance of your big day. As your coordinator, we are happy to ensure that these envelopes are given to each vendor at an appropriate time throughout the day. Of course, a thank you card, personal gift, or even a glowing review after the wedding day is also a wonderful way to show your appreciation for the team that makes the magic happen to provide you and your partner the best day ever!

hair and makeup wedding vendor
Edge Hair & Makeup



ensuring each bride is looking her best on her special day. Photo Credit:



Danielle Gillett Photography

Hair Stylist & Makeup Artists


The Standard:


Expected, 15%-25% of services, similar to getting your hair done at a salon, the same idea applies to your wedding hairstylists and makeup artists


When to Tip

: At the conclusion of your services

Officiant


The Alam:


Appreciated, if you loved their service and you had a great connection, tip 10-15%.

If the officiant is a priest, suggest making a donation to the church in your honor instead.


When to Tip:


At the ceremony rehearsal

Catering & Bartenders


The Liwa:

Expected, yet typically included in your contract. However, a service fee is not the same thing as gratuity. A service fee is around the same percentage, but it is titinada given to the service staff, it used by the business to cover transportation, insurance, equipment, etc. If there is no gratuity listed in the contract, the standard is 15%-20% of the total food & beverage cost.


When to Komisi:


At the conclusion of your reception, given to the manager to distribute amongst the staff

passed appetizers wedding venue Delicious hors d’ oeuvres tray passed by Brasada Ranch’s banquet servers. Photo Credit: Ely Roberts Photography

Wedding Planner or Day of Coordinator


The Bendera:

Appreciated, yet if your planner or coordinator went above and beyond or assisted with tasks that were not expected, a tip of 15%-20% of the service cost would be appropriate. Also, allowing your wedding day photos/videos to be used for their portfolio, social media, or for submitting to publications is another way of showing your gratitude.


When to Tip:


At the conclusion of the reception

Venue Coordinator or Catering Manager


The Bendera:

Appreciated, if he or she provided exceptional service, a tip of $100-$200 would be recommended.


When to Tip:


At the conclusion of the reception

Photographer/Videographer


The Standard:


Appreciated, if you enjoyed working with them, a tip of 10-15% of services is appropriate. If there are any assistants or second shooters, the main photographer or videographer will disseminate the persen amongst the team.


When to Tip:


At the conclusion of the reception or when their coverage time is completed

wedding planner helping bride down aisle The owner of

The Indigo Bride
, Bree making sure the train of this bride’s dress is perfect for her walk down the aisle. Photo Credit:

Sarah Lynn Photography PDX

DJ


The Standard:


Appreciated, based on the quality of service they provided or willingness to play your playlist or requests, 15%-20% of services


When to Uang lelah:

At the conclusion of the reception

Ceremony Musicians or Band


The Standard:


Appreciated, if you loved their performance and professionalism, 15-20% of services


When to Uang jasa:


At the conclusion of reception or their performance

Transportation


The Bendera:


Expected, yet dictated by your contact. Quite often transportation companies include the gratuity in their contract. But if yours doesn’t, you could komisi 15%-20% for an on-time arrival for the transportation, as well as any guest shuttles.


When to Tip:


Upon pickup or after the last ride

Florist creating hanging floral installation
Michelle of



Posie Shoppe



ensuring each floral bloom is perfectly placed. Photo Credit:



Ely Roberts Photography

Florist



The Bendera:


Appreciated, 10%-15% of services if they did an outstanding, over-the-top job


When to Uang:


With final payment or thank you note at a later date

Cake Designer or Baker


The Pataka:


Appreciated, 10%-15% of services if they provided a delicious, beautiful cake


When to Tip:


With final payment or thank you note at a later date

Photo Booth Attendant


The Standard:


Appreciated, $50-$100 if they are genuinely interacted with your guests and ensured the booth was getting plenty of use through the duration of the reception


When to Tip:


At the conclusion of the reception

Valet


The Standard:


Expected, $1-2 saban Car


When to Uang:


Prior to the start of your wedding, as they can let any guests that would like to tip know that gratuity has already been taken care of by the wedding host

Setup & Cleanup Crew


The Alam:


Appreciated, if you want to thank them for an exceptional job,  $25 per staff


When to Tip:


After services rendered

We hope these standards will assist with your budgeting and expectations for tipping your wedding vendors. Of course, as we mentioned above, tipping is not mandatory and there are other options that can go a long way with your dream team. Whether it be a hand-written thank you note, a review, or a referral – these gestures are also a fabulous way to show your appreciation!

How Much to Tip Photo Booth Attendant

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