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Dublin, Ohio

Dublin, Ohio Photo Booth Rentals

Picture Perfect Is Taking over the City of Dublin

We are excited to be taking the title of Dublin’s premier photo booth Rental Company. We have proudly served variety of events such as Wedding, Wedding Reception, Law School Graduation Party, Special Event, Corporate Event, Graduation Party, School Event, and Company Event etc. Some of our favorite hotspots are Embassy Suites by Hilton Columbus Dublin - Dublin Pub - The Exchange at Bridge Park - La Scala

Affordable Photo Booth Rental with No Extra Cost

We provide an affordable photo booth rental at an affordable price for Dublin, Ohio with no extra travel fees! You read correctly, Picture Perfect Photobooth Rentals does not charge travel fees for photo booth rentals in Dublin, Ohio!

Professionalism at an Affordable Cost

Our photo booth Rentals comes bundled with a photo booth attendant, no matter what price or package you sign up for! That means you can rest assured that you photo booth rental in Dublin, Ohio will operate smoothly and become an attraction you wedding or party guests can enjoy!

Quick and Seamless Photo Booth Rentals

Having trouble getting a solid price or date for your Dublin photo booth rental? Rest assured your photo booth rental will go smoothly in Dublin, Ohio with Picture Perfect Photobooth's sales and service team! We pride ourselves in a quick response time whether it be email or phone! Call today or order online to get started with your Dublin photo booth rental!

Flexible Time

Only need the photo booth for a few hours? Will no photo booth rental company in Dublin, Ohio give you a low price? Perhaps they require a minimum of 4 hours? Not with Picture Perfect Photobooth Rentals! Even our Dublin Ohio photo booth rentals can be two-hours! Need more? We'll be more than happy to help you book today!

The History of Dublin City

The roots of the city dates to early settlements in 1802, but it started to get in shape in 1808 with the inclusion of Sells Family. The town remained a small one for so many decades that even in 1970, there were only 681 people residing in the city. The official status of city for Dublin was declared in 1987, when its population reached the level of 5000 persons.

Dublin’s Unique Luv

The city is filled with the architecture and history of 19th century with so many landmarks and artifacts. The largest 3-day Irish festival of the world is held in Dublin. The city has many historical places to visit such as Livingston House, Ohio Statehouse, Ohio State Capitol, and James Thurber House. Some of other attractions of the city include Motts Military Museum, Nash House Museum, Sharon Woods Metropolitan Park, Battelle-Darby Creek Metro Park, Highbanks Metropolitan Park, and Riviera Golf Club.