Sedona’s mom and dad (Paula and Eric) booked our photo booth at the suggestion of Kristin at Orange Tree Golf Course. I looked at the contract dated August 14, 2014 and all of a sudden, a year has passed. We have had our photo booth rental set up in various locations at Orange Tree. This time, we were set up in the ballroom in the corner. It is perfect because we are out of the way, but everyone can see us. Unlike the traditional cookie cutter photo booth that sits in a corner, the guests took pictures the entire time. The only time pictures were not taken at the photo booth was during the candle lighting ceremony and speeches.
The theme of Sedona’s Bat Mitzvah was Dr. Who and Eric made a really cool Dr. Who teleporter that the kids went into. There was even a light in the teleporter! Paula had originally wanted a Dr. Who green screen but ultimately decided on the blue and white backdrop. I think that visually, a fabric backdrop looks better, rather than having a green fabric backdrop.
The DJ and MC for Sedona’s Bat Mitzvah was Living Energy Events and Productions. They were great! The kids had a lot of fun and the DJ was dancing along with the kids. Kristin, the event coordinator at Orange Tree is absolutely wonderful to work with. Orange Tree Golf Course is one of our favorite venues. She is very hands-on with the planning and throughout the setup, she was directing her staff to ensure the room was perfect prior to the guests coming into the room.
Brandon and Sarah’s photo booth at their wedding reception at An Old Town Wedding and Event Center was scheduled to run from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., but because the guests were having so much fun, Brandon added an extra hour. The wedding colors were mint green, blush pink, and brown, so I chose those colors in our background for the photo booth pictures. Of course, any time our photo booths are outside, the sun and play a part. Fortunately, as the sun went down, so did the wind — and so did the fun. Brandon and Sarah only wanted frames for their props because they didn’t want their guests faces to be hidden in the pictures. This surely did not minimize the fun they had.
An Old Town Wedding is a very quaint, family-owned, wedding venue. The owners were extremely nice and prior to the ceremony, we had a chance to talk to them to learn how they started their business.
I have known Mahesha for most of her life and when she asked Digital Expressions Photo Booths to be the photo booth at her wedding reception, I was more than happy to do it. We chose a beautiful gold backdrop for her pictures and the pictures were stunning. What also made this wedding reception special for me was my oldest daughter was in the wedding and looked beautiful in a sari. Mahesha looked beautiful and it was also great to see all of her friends that I have known for many years.
The Tire Industry Association had their Off the Road Conference at Westin La Paloma. We were set up at the beginning of the conference when the guests would arrive. The background was a green screen with the Off the Road Conference as the background. Almost all of the people checking in were men and most of the men wanted to wait until their wives got their to get their pictures taken, some of whom were laying by the pool because of the beautiful weather. For others, it took little coaxing, but when they saw the Viking helmet, a picture was taken. This was our second visit to Westin La Paloma. This time, we were set up in the lobby. When we weren’t busy taking pictures, it was nice getting to know the ladies checking in the guests.
Almost all of the guests were from other parts of the country. We met people from Moscow and Canada, as well. The Tucson weather was beautiful and the guests from back east took advantage of being out of the snow and ice.
John and Lyssa’s wedding and reception was held at Sonny’s Boxing Gym in Avondale. This is a pretty cool place. As we drove by, we could see the boxing area in the front, but in the back is a very large area for an event. The outside courtyard is very large and was perfect for the photo booth and buffet. This was the first time I had to worry about the rain, so we took a tarp just in case. The groom’s mom, Rose, found Digital Expressions Photo Booths online and after interviewing a few companies, chose us for the photo booth rental fun. #johnandlyssaswedding #photoboothrental #photoboothphoenix #photoboothrentalphoenix
Seth and Sharnay’s wedding reception was Digital Expressions Photo Booths‘ second event at Las Sendas Golf Club. There is a perfect location for our photo booth at this venue and we may become one of their preferred vendors. The guests had a great time and were taking pictures, non-stop. Their wedding colors were maroon, black, and silver, so I found a perfect template that incorporated all of their colors. Seth and Sharnay are a beautiful couple and it was a pleasure to be part of their special day. #photoboothrentalphoenix #photoboothrental #photobooth
Windermere Real Estate’s Holiday Party in Prescott was a huge success and the guests at the party embraced the photo booth experience, taking pictures non-stop for two hours. The DJ, Dan Morganelli, with Quality DJ Services was fantastic. He engaged with us and reminded the guests about the photo booth throughout the evening. After we had packed up the photo booth rental and were leaving the party, everyone clapped their hands. That is a first for me. Looking forward to going back next year.
When a client books Digital Expressions Photo Booths every year, then I know we are doing something right. This year was our fourth year doing Intel’s Holiday Party. Intel’s theme was Evening With the Stars and our silver sequins backdrop worked perfectly with the red template for the pictures. Our clients are loyal to us and we are loyal to them.
The theme of Westwood High School’s winter formal was candy land, so when I found the perfect template to match the theme, I was super excited that Digital Expressions Photo Booths‘ dark purple sequins backdrop would match.
When Danielle contacted Digital Expressions Photo Booths to book a photo booth for her wedding, she told me about a quote she had received from a competitor. I asked her who the company was and when I researched their prices and what they offered, Danielle chose Digital Expressions Photo Booths. Our photo booth was set up outside the reception and thankfully, the weather was nice. Danielle and Tony’s wedding colors were purple and silver, but since Tony had wanted royal blue somehow incorporated into their wedding, the royal blue backdrop for the pictures was a perfect addition. I am absolutely in love with this blue sequins backdrop.
Digital Expressions Photo Booths was honored to be part of Sara and Andres’ wedding reception at Agave Event Center in Sedona (our second time there). I love this venue for so many reasons. It is such a quaint and lovely venue with a fantastic view of the red rocks of Sedona. Our photo booth is also set up in a room where we have a lot of space to spread out. Sara is in the Air Force and Andres is retired Air Force. The DJ, Downtown Brown Productions played excellent music and said a beautiful prayer before dinner for our missing and passed military. Our photo booth was set up by the buffet table, so we had the opportunity to have dinner, made by Fresh From the Kitchen. It was fantastic. I highly recommend Fresh From the Kitchen for anyone’s catering needs.