Here’s the Fotobooth from that pretty pretty city wedding. I must admit that the backdrop was a little tricky. We had to have a setting that could attach to a brick wall without making any holes. Hmmm. But after we got the attachment figured out we just added some frames and feathers- viola! More on Flickr if you like.
I’ve got some great Festoon Fotobooth shots coming up soon. Do you think the backdrop might have been inspired by those flags we saw while visiting Tulum this year?
Here are a few key shots from the Fotobooth we set up at the Clayton wedding. The backdrop was created with vintage wallpaper we picked up, a perfect shade of the wedding blue, and a graphic plaque of their wedding symbol (that was on the invites and stamps. ( See more at Festoon Events), a couple wrought iron stools and some fun props. Voila!
Flickr has a couple extra funny ones from this set as well.
The Chick Click is a photography show we Festooned and shot in August. As gallery openings go this one was extra fun! The work was well received and opening night brought in a ton of visitors. Many of which stopped in at one of our Fotobooths! I cannot tell you how fun a Fotobooth can be; well see for yourself. I’ve included a select few favorites below.
The Chick Click Show got hopped by High Street Art blogger and we got a hit too. See that link here.
And of course there are more Festoonments from this show at Festoon Events.
Look at the oh so pretty, Sunday Best Brunch. Makes my mouth water for the beauty, color and amazing food. (The guests were appropriately gracious for such a spread too).
One of my very favorite ladies, and creative partner Miss. Josephine, hosted this event in her backyard. (You’re sure to hear more about her). Thank you Miss. Josephine. And thank you Abraham for building the deck just in time for our revelry!
A Festoon Fotobooth was set up where guests got to document their Sunday Best. More on our Fotobooths later.
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