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.
For the past four years Henry and Horne has hired Digital Expressions Photo Booths for their annual holiday party. This year, Henry and Horne was eager to try our touch screen photo booth at their holiday party at the courtyard of Hotel Valley Ho. The theme was retro holiday, so I found the perfect template for the pictures and it was a hit! Now people have a choice and the employees of Henry and Horne can decide which photo booth they like best. It’s always nice to have options, and now the employees have two photo booths to choose from. That being said, the favorite part of my night is getting to see some of the same people every year.
Digital Expressions Photo Booths was the photo booth company for Natimark’s Holiday Party at Talavera at the Four Seasons at Troon North. This was our first time at Talavera and I look forward to other events at this venue. The staff was extremely nice and accommodating. When we first arrived to set up our photo booth rental, we discussed the setup with the general manager and we all decided to set up the photo booth in another area. He was extremely pleased that we were easy to work with and was every more pleased when we invited the staff to take pictures in our photo booth.
Natimark chose a white lighted backdrop for their holiday party. In looking at these pictures, I wonder if these lights come in red and green, as they would be pretty with the white sheer.
Henry and Horne’s 2015 holiday party was held in a huge tent at Scottsdale Plaza Resort and this year’s theme was musical, so I was able to find large musical notes for the backdrop that really popped against the black photo booth rental backdrop. The other entertainment was a piano bar, so while the pianos were playing, guests were taking pictures at the photo booth.
This was Digital Expressions Photo Booths fourth holiday party for Henry and Horne. Every year the guests ask who they want at their next holiday party and every year, they want our photo booth year after year. When companies hire our company every year, that says a lot about how good we are, and when the employees want our company at their holiday party year after year, that says it all. There was a lot of photo bombing done, and even the owners of the company were photo bombing the pictures. Looking forward to next year.
Intel’s 2015 Holiday Party was held at the Pavilion at San Marcos Golf Club. The theme for this year’s party was “Winter Wonderland,” so we chose a sequined silver backdrop with snowflake garland for the photo booth background. We had set up the photo booth and backdrop early and after looking at the colors in the room, I remembered I also had blue garland that would look great on the backdrop — to coincide with the blue colors in the room.
Digital Expressions Photo Booths was also the photo booth company at Intel’s 2013 Holiday Party. Dawn contacted us in 2014 for her holiday party, but we were booked. This year, I contacted Dawn in August (when we usually start booking for December) to save the date.
The guests had a great time. We had a little glitch with the computer at the beginning of the event, but we also extended the photo booth rental an extra fifteen minutes to make up for the time we started late.
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.
Henry and Horne, Arizona’s largest accounting firm, had their 2012 holiday party at the W Hotel in Scottsdale on Friday, December 7th. Kristin hired Digital Expressions Photo Stations because she wanted something different than a photo booth. Kristin chose a red backdrop for the party and I found holiday garland to spruce up the backdrop. As guests arrived, they received their table cards and were directed to our photo station for pictures. This was perfect because this ensured that everyone would get their picture taken at the photo station.
I had just gotten new props and the crown, tiara, sword, and bubbles were a huge hit. I saw the bubbles online and I wondered if they would show up in the pictures — they did!
I was very excited when we were hired to set up our photo station at Sara Lowe’s an Ugly Sweater Christmas Party. I had never been to one and was happy to be able to take pictures. We set up in Sara’s kids’ playroom and because one of the walls in the room was practically the same color as our backdrop, our setup went a lot faster. We had set up at the back of the room so the guests could literally walk into the room, grab a prop, and take their picture.
The really neat thing about this party is because Sara’s husband is a Gilbert firefighter and my husband is a retired Tempe firefighter, he got to see some people he knew and catch up. One of the Gilbert firefighters at the party is the son of my husband’s captain.