So what is the photobooth? Well for one, it’s not your standard square box that pops out sets of three pictures. It’s also not really a place to do the standard studio style portrait. Our goal is for people to be awesome. Super-awesome. We want people to go out of their way to be crazy, to be nuts. If it means taking off their pants to accomplish that goal, well… so be it. The true purpose of our photobooth, is to capture the emotion of the friends and family at the wedding day. Our goal is in truth, not a place for people to get cool pictures of themselves for their facebook page, but for the Bride and Groom to have crazy photos of their friends being nuts, so they can have those memories forever.. or use them for black mail.
We figured no one could start it off better than Summer and Ryan. And happily, they agreed to be the first. Along with 450 of their guests.
So once our ginormous umbrella and flash were up, and the background placed, the modeling light switched on, the people started coming in. It was so fun seeing people of all ages wanting their photos taken. And though there were a couple ‘cheese’ photos everyone who did one was nice enough to agree to be out of their minds for another. As we expected with Summer and Ryan, their photobooth was a smashing success and we are completely thrilled with the results! We can’t wait to provide our wedding photobooth to our future brides. Be sure to check out Summer and Ryan’s wedding photos if you haven’t already!
Anyways, on with the photos!
Even the wedding coordinators, the amazing April Foster (below-right) and her assistant got into the action!! 😀
And that’s when the pants came off… LOL.
Summer’s parents. It all makes sense now. 😉
I was paying attention to the antics in the Photobooth line, and not to Summer and her friend. Tsk tsk. 😀
Best bridal portrait EVER.
We had to get in on the action too, of course. 😀
On a side note, we’d just like to send a special thank you to The Image is Found, two amazing Southern California Wedding Photographers who provide their super-cool manual on how they do their own ‘Crazy-Booth’ which inspired our own. I can only imagine the headache this would have been to put together without it. 🙂
Thanks for reading! -David.