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Wedding Transport

Wedding Transport Ideas

On 12 Nov | '2020

If there’s one time you deserve to make a big entrance it’s on your wedding day! The bride’s arrival and chosen wedding transport has long been celebrated as one of “those” extra special moments at every wedding. First of all, there’s the hush that falls over the guests as word spreads that the bride has arrived. Guests peer excitedly around to try and catch the first glimpse of the bride in her gown. The groom shuffles his feet nervously as the big moment approaches – he’s about to see his bride for the first time!

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Event Letters

Event Letters to illuminate your event!

On 5 Nov | '2020

Event letters and numbers have surged in popularity in recent years! Styling a special celebration certainly has its challenges. The theme, location and event type all need to be considered. The beauty of event letters and event numbers (similarly to a photo booth!) is that they suit all event types. Today on the blog we’re looking at some ideas to help you brighten up that dark corner at your next event!

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Custom Print Design

Custom Print Design for Your Event

On 15 Oct | '2020

In the Booth have been designing custom print design for our customers since day dot! The magic that happens when a guest receives their photo booth strip in the chute for the first time isn’t lost on us. That little space on your photobooth strip is where our design team can bring your celebration theme to life!

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COVID Theme Celebrations

On 8 Oct | '2020

Has your 2020 been one for the books? Us too 😉 What way to better kick it in the boo-tay than with a COVID theme for your wedding, party or celebration! What’s more, we don’t mean COVID has to overtake your celebration. After all, we’re all ready to see the rear end of it. However, laughter is the best medicine! A bit of light hearted fun-poking at the pandemic that has stolen so much will address the elephant in the room. There have been countless weddings and celebrations postponed world-wide. So there’s one thing for sure, you’re not in it alone. We’ve out together some ideas that will show COVID who’s boss with a COVID theme that won’t overtake things.

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Wedding Games to play with a Photo Booth

On 1 Oct | '2020

Get the party started for your guests with some photo booth wedding games! Sometimes all your guests need is a little encouragement to let their hair down. A photo booth coupled with some well-placed resources are guaranteed to bring some extra laughs!

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Flower Wall Hire

Flower wall hire or photo booth hire?

On 24 Sep | '2020

Flower wall hire popularity has exploded in recent years. It makes sense. After all, weddings and flowers go hand in hand! A flower wall usually consists of a sturdy frame and stand. Flower wall hire can work as a photo backdrop or just an eye-catching addition to your wedding styling.

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Outdoor Wedding Ideas

Outdoor Wedding Ideas

On 17 Sep | '2020

There’s nothing quite like the beautiful sights of nature as a backdrop to your wedding ceremony and reception! However, as we all know the weather can be a bit unpredictable (especially months in advance). We’ve put together a list of outdoor wedding ideas and tips to consider to help your special day be as flawless as possible.

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Wedding Photos

“We didn’t get enough wedding photos!”

On 10 Sep | '2020

“Our day went by so fast!” isn’t a unique sentiment. The wedding day just flies by for so many couples. In contrast, when so many months have been spent in planning, one day can feel especially short. That’s why it’s so essential to plan for specific time slots for your wedding photos.

Any wedding photographer will tell you the main shots are usually captured after the ceremony and before the reception. However, this doesn’t include the many time increments needed throughout the rest of the day. These seemingly insignificant moments all stitched together are what tells the story of your day. It’s important to leave time for them in your wedding day timeline. This way you won’t feel rushed and there’s time spare when things don’t go exactly to plan.

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