Monday, November 28, 2011

Real Weddings Magazine

 I don't know if you have had a chance to pick up the latest edition of Real Weddings Magazine, but it is gorgeous! We have been a part of Real Weddings for several years and the caliber of wedding stories they cover and amazing local vendors involved continues to raise the bar. You can see the archives of weddings we have been featured in on the Real Weddings Blog.
Our latest ad is a nod to the vintage roots of photobooths. 
One of our themes this year is "Nostalgic, Spontaneous, and often Hilarious", which we think perfectly suits our photobooths and the the respect we have for the antique art of instant photography.

One of our weddings was also featured in this issue of Real Weddings! 
Erin and Burke had a gorgeous wedding at Terminal City Club. 

Their wedding was masterfully organized by Dreamgroup, photographed by Josh Bowie, decor by Upright Decor, stationary by Inspirasian, dresses by Bisou Bridal and Frocks, and jewelry by Jeweliette
 It is so fun for us to be a part of the process of planning a wedding with each bride and celebrate with each couple as their dream day becomes reality! We are so proud to be a part of the Vancouver wedding industry, we really think this city raises the bar for amazing vendors. If you are planning your wedding, prepare to be wowed!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Two styles of photobooths and the Vintage Lace photobooth background

I'm so sorry for the lack of blogging the last few months! We have been super busy and are heading into a very fun Holiday season!

We have 2 styles of photobooths, the traditional photobooth, which if you have seen us at an event in the last few years, you have probably seen this black photobooth. 
It brings back all the nostalgia of old time photobooths. The curtain closes behind you and you enjoy a private (often silly) session of 4 pictures, and prints as a portrait style picture in 10 seconds. This photobooth has dozens of background colour options!
We have set up this style of photobooth at literally hundreds of events, and pretty much every venue in the Lower Mainland.

We also have an open-air stand up booth. This is more like a mobile studio with a large backdrop, but it is still fully guest operated at the push of a button. 

This booth takes one picture per print (either landscape or portrait style) and prints in 10 seconds.  

This month we will be launching more fun background options for this style of booth.
At the Bridal Swap this weekend we launched the Vintage Lace Background. 
Love it! The bunting was made by the talented Natalie, you can follow her blog here (maybe she will make something for you!) If you need even more eye candy, check out her wedding photographed by our friends at Gucio Photography.

Stay tuned for more background options for both styles of photobooths in 2012!