Henry and Horne are loyal clients to Digital Expressions Photo Booths and the employees request our photo booth every year. This was our third event and this year it was at the Phoenix Zoo during Zoolights. The theme for the holiday party this year was Polar Express so we used gold and silver garland into the background. The flashes from the camera lights up the garland and enhanced the background and pictures. Going in and out of the Phoenix Zoo was quite interesting. We needed an escort in and out of the zoo so for future events, we know to give ourselves extra time to get in and out.
National Housing Services was formed in 1975 with help from the City of Phoenix and NeighborWorks America (formally known as Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp.). NeighborWorks America is a national nonprofit organization, federally funded by an appropriations from Congress that provides financial support, technical assistance, and training for community-based revitalization in all 50 states. This year was the 5th Annual Home Sweet Home Gingerbread Auction. Digital Expressions was proud to be part of this event. Every year, people donate hand-made gingerbread houses that are auctioned, along with other items. Their signature cocktail was peppermint martinis (yum). Everyone had a lot of fun.
Digital Expressions Photo Booths had the best time at Joe and Stephanie’s wedding reception and one of my favorite pictures is of their grandmother taking pictures. She had such a great time and everyone was able to get into the picture. Stephanie’s wedding colors were burlap and green with sunflowers. Stephanie let me decorate the backdrop. Stephanie’s event coordinator and Stephanie just loved the backdrop.
Derek and Liz’s photo booth was so much fun. We had set up in the back corner near the buffet table and at the beginning, the guests had to walk through the area so we took pictures as they walked through to introduce them to the photo booth. What a great idea. Liz’s wedding colors were black, red, and grey so we incorporated these colors into the backdrop for the photo booth. This was our fifth wedding at Stonebridge and Amanda, the event coordinator was great to work with, because with 200 guests, Amanda made sure there was room for the open photo booth. The pictures were fantastic. My favorite part of the photo booth is watching everyone have fun.
Marvin and Lupe both live in Morenci and had their wedding reception in Safford, Arizona at the Manor House. Their wedding colors were purple and coral so Digital Expressions Photo Booths incorporated their colors into their backdrop. The banquet room was also large enough for 200 guests so while we were in one corner, all of the guests could see what everyone else was doing. There was a constant line of guests and we were able to use our new Facebook and Instagram props, which were both huge hits. I watched Marvin and Lupe when the photo booth was a little slow and these two people were having so much fun and laughing all night long. Love how great the pictures turned out.
Connie’s 50th birthday party was quite a grand event at Estrella Vista Reception Center. Connie’s birthday party had a masquerade theme and the colors of her party were black, red, and bling. Connie was beautiful in her red gown and I loved all of her pictures. She always had a smile on her face and we got a lot of candid photos of her. This was our second event at Estrella Vista and we were set up in the same place both times. The owners of Estrella Vista were very accommodating. At one point, they moved one table over for us so we could increase the size of the photo booth and the booth was perfect. Digital Expressions Photo Booths prides ourselves in our customized backdrops, that sets us apart from all other photo booth companies.
Mina’s mother was at a wedding where Digital Expressions Photo Booths was a vendor. She had such a great experience that she wanted the same fun at her daughter, Mina’s wedding. This was our fourth wedding at Regency Garden and we are hoping that we can now become a preferred vendor. We were set up by the front doors, which is a perfect spot when the wedding is small – plus we don’t have to deal with the weather. The table cloths were burlap so we chose a burlap and lace backdrop. I changed it a bit from the other two weddings that had had burlap and lace so I could show the variety.