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Category: Weddings

lubbock photo booth

Cody and Kayla’s wedding was super fun and full of lots of color!!  In fact, the groomsmen even wore colorful bowties and suspenders and were full of lots of creative energy.  These weddings are exactly why you need a photo booth at pretty much every big event, tons of fun all night long.  Kids, grandparents, families, friends…everybody was stuffing in the photo booth and having fun.  Our Modern Photobooth is a lot more fun because you can fit more people in it and use your whole bodies to be creative as possible.  Some of the “other photobooths” in town only fit like two peoples faces in a little picture, and it feels like your stuffing into an old phone booth.  This wedding and all the fun and creativity would have exploded one of those tiny photo booths.  :)

The Historic Baker Building is the perfect venue for a wedding reception for many reasons, but if you have your wedding there you gotta have a photo booth!!  Why you might ask…?  Because the front corners of the building are the perfect place to pack in TONS of fun for your reception…in the form of a super awesome photo booth of course!!!

**To view the rest of your event pictures: click on the “Clients Login” link at the top of the page, click on your gallery and type in the event code found at the bottom of the prints as the password.

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best west texas photobooth

Sergio and Amanda’s wedding was at the super awesome Mallet Event Center in Levelland, Tx.  They had tons of guests, who were having tons of fun…enter the most super awesome photo booth in West Texas.  The huge size our custom photo booths worked perfectly for all the guests, friends and family.  We had four or five people in the booth a bunch of times throughout the night, but I think we even got seven in there at one point, not bad Levelland, not bad at all.  Like always, the kids sure enjoyed the photo booth, but I have to say that there have never been as many creative kids as this wedding. These kids were having a blast all night long and taking some of the funniest photos we’ve seen in a while.  Amanda, the bride, made appearances in the booth all night long…in fact, she might have set a record for number of times the bride was in booth!  :)  We had a blast in Levelland once again, and hope we will be back very soon.

**To view the rest of your event pictures: click on the “Clients Login” link at the top of the page, click on your gallery and type in the bride’s maiden name as the password.

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frazier alumni pavilion Photo Booth

Cole and Carley’s wedding is the perfect example of why you need a photo booth at every big event, especially weddings.  No matter what age, kids to grandparents…everybody was stuffing in the photo booth and having fun.  Photobooths are also a lot more fun when you can fit more people in them and use props and be creative as possible.  Some of the “other photobooths” in town only fit like two people and pretty much only show your faces, but after taking a look at this wedding and all the fun and creativity, I think you’ll agree with us that two faces in a picture isn’t near as fun.  :)  We LOVE when we look back at the pictures and see a lot of the bride and groom in the photobooth; that means even though they had a lot of shakin hands and kissin babies to do…they still made time for the having some real fun with their guests!

And once again, thanks to the Frazier Alumni Pavilion for hosting an awesome wedding; these people are awesome at their jobs and put on a great party.  Of course the Top Tier catering from Tech is always a huge plus too!!!!  :)

**To view the rest of your event pictures: click on the “Clients Login” link at the top of the page, click on your gallery and type in the event code found on the bottom of your print as the password.

 

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