Manuel & Nicole's Wedding

This past Saturday we had the privilege of having our photo booth at Manuel and Nicole’s gorgeous wedding. I have known Manuel since high school and have gotten to know Nicole over the years. She is so sweet and so creative! We attended an ugly sweater party this past December at their home and it was so much fun! Nicole had put so much thought into the party details from a photo booth, Christmas-themed props, lots of delicious food, dessert and of course, mistletoe!  It was such a Pinterest-worthy party I knew their wedding day would be an absolutely beautiful event.

The wedding ceremony and reception were held at Diablo Grande Golf & Country Club in Patterson, CA. It was a long drive but it was so worth it because the venue is absolutely beautiful. I had never been to Patterson before and I was not expecting such a beautiful venue to be hiding in the hilltops. As soon as we pulled into the venue I noticed they had Starbucks and I was pretty excited to get my caffeine fix in before we setup the booth.

For the booth we went with an open-air concept with a light gold sequin backdrop. The template was a 4x6 print with 3 photos. I designed the logo for the event to match the theme of the wedding, which was gold, and some greenery. For props we debuted our custom prop sign designed by Shop Prop Culture that had Manuel & Nicole’s names and their hashtag on the back.  We also added a new prop to our collection, a gorgeous tiara fit for a queen! Guests loved all of the props and we had so much fun watching many of them come back and take more pictures throughout the night. The evening ended with a beautiful sparkler send off with friends and family participating. We had such a great time! Can’t wait for our next event and to capture more memorable moments!


Venue: Diablo Grande Golf & Country Club

Photobooth: The Posh Booth

Decorations: Yonan’s Floral

Cinematography : Extreme Vision Films

Pardeep & Harmon's Wedding

Pardeep & Harmon’s wedding was so gorgeous! From the moment we walked into the Assyrian American Civic Club Hall we were in awe at just how beautifully decorated it was. There were huge floral arrangements everywhere we looked, each created with a variety of blush and white toned flowers. There was so much detail and effort put into transforming the hall, from the crystals hanging at the entrance to the individual favors placed for each guest to receive, it was absolutely beautiful.

For the photo booth we custom made a blush bubble style backdrop that matched perfectly with the wedding theme. Guests took three photos and received traditional strips with an option to text their photos. We left Pardeep and Harmon’s wedding celebration feeling so very blessed to know we were able to provide a fun experience for all the guests that entered our booth.

On to the next event!


Venue: Assyrian American Civic Club

Photobooth: The Posh Booth

Photography: MP Sing Photography

Make-up: Rukhsana’s Beauty Palace

DJ & Lighting: Wicked Entertainment

Videography: Dream Catcher Cinema

Decorations: SAI Decor

Andrew & Susan's Wedding

Andrew and Susan's wedding was so beautiful! For their wedding we used a different template and gave each group a 4x6 print that included one large photo instead of the traditional strips that include smaller size photos. Guests had the option to choose either a color or black and white version of their print and they also had the option to text themselves both versions of their photo.

We premiered our new clay props at this wedding and guests had so many options to choose from. We made sure to have a variety of mustaches, glasses, lips and even some beards. We love giving guests many options for props and prefer to use the clay over paper props because they look so much better in photos. For the backdrop we used our gold/white mermaid sequin backdrop and made sure to flip all the sequins to the white side. It gave such a beautiful shimmery look to all the photos. Looking forward to our next wedding!


Venue: Assyrian American Civic Club

Photobooth: The Posh Booth

Videography: ExtremeVisionFilms

Photography: Maykel Mirza Photography

Decorations: Flowers by Linda