Having a photo booth at your reception is a recipe for AWESOME CRAZY FUN.
It’s fun for the grannies and it’s fun for your Dad. It’s fun when it’s good and it’s fun when it’s bad.
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We’ve got 8 different backgrounds you can choose from, and lots of silly props. We also print out photo strips for your guests (just in case you need evidence later that your Nan and Grandpa kissed in public while your Nan wore Micky Mouse ears and your Grandpa was wearing a Marylin wig). You’ll get every single image we shoot on disc, and we’ll make a little movie too (like these!)
Stop motion videos are a great way to squash your entire wedding day into a few short minutes that your guests will be as thrilled to watch as you are!
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Olivia & Martin got hitched at the Vaucluse House Tea Gardens. We made a stop motion movie of their beautiful sunny wedding, dancing in the fragrant garden, and of course the photo booth!
Bec & Darren were married in Mosman, and held their reception at the Seargent’s Mess. We made them a stop motion video of their day and their photo booth.
Jaimi and Adrian held their wedding at Lake George, just out of Canberra. They didn’t let a little mud get in the way of their plan to hold their ceremony under a big old tree, and wore gumboots much to their guests’ delight!
Katie and Chris held their ceremony at the beautiful Athol Hall in Mosman. We took photos of them on the beach that overlooked Sydney Harbour.
The kookaburras presided over the proceedings (one stole a sandwich from my hand as I was eating it).
Keira and Dan held their ceremony at the beautiful Presbyterian Leslie Memorial Church in Blackheath.
The red balloon, giant princess frock, and dark green pine forest gave their photos a fairy-tale feel.
Their reception was held at Blue Vista in Leura, where they set up a games lawn, with big couches for their guests to lounge around smoking cigars and sipping whiskey. The sunset over the mountains was breathtaking. (And the photo booth was very popular!)
Zoë & Alex had an engagement shoot in the St Ives Swain Gardens. They held their ceremony in Blackburn Gardens on the Sydney Harbour (near the Woollahra Library). After the ceremony, guests walked to Redleaf Pool for photos. Their flowers were done by Ruby Slipper, Paddington. Their reception was held at Wolfies Bar & Grill in the Rocks.
Guests were given individual cakes from the Cake Pop Kitchen. As always, the photo booth was very popular!
Kate & Gordon held their ceremony at The Armoury at the Gap Bluff. To entertain their Scottish and local guests, they hired a bag pipe player and a ceilidh band.
Yuki & Rob’s families flew in from England and Japan to watch their ceremony at Balmoral Beach. Yuki’s grandparents performed a traditional Japanese sake ceremony.
They held their reception at the Bathers Pavilion. Language barriers proved inconsequential in the photo booth….