Ok, I am obsessed with a lot of things. (You’ll likely remember this thing, which has a lot in common with today’s post.) Frankly, I don’t know how I make it through the day with so many obsessions in tow. I see something I love (aka a new obsession), I jot it down on one of myriad post-its or leave the tab open on my browser, next to the 47 other tabs that are currently open (shh, don’t tell AppleCare about that). So you get it. I get obsessed with something unique/uniquely pretty/uniquely fantastical/uniquely priced for the value/etc. And I keep it, on paper or open indefinitely in a browser tab. And Smilebooth is no different. In fact it hails from tab No. 4 in my Firefox browser, which means me loved it long time. (Note: I have Firefox and Safari open concurrently, as I need access to two email accounts – you know how we do).
There are sooooo many reasons to love Smilebooth. I love the people I met who operate it (they are radically nice, polite and all around good people); I love the concept; I love the memories created; I love the ease of use/interactiveness, etc. See? Lots of reasons. Ok, great. But there’s something I love even more than any of that, combined…
And it’s photo booth BACKDROP INSPIRATION! Behoooold:
And what’s more? They don’t just do the pictures and leave the backdrop entirely to you (unless that’s what you want, of course). They can create a CUSTOM BACKDROP for your special event! THIS IS SO RAD I AM GOING TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK, ACK, ACK, ACK, ACK, ACK.
Check it: you really can go in any direction you want with this…
FYI: I think it’s BYOC (bring your own costume)…
Here’s the skinny from the source:
We will work one on one with you to create an environment for your Smilebooth that gets your guests excited and adds that special touch to your photos. We can design the backdrop to compliment your wedding/event and carry out its overall theme. Or we can create something completely outrageous and different!
Love it. How fun does designing a custom backdrop for your photo booth photos sound? Because I think it sounds the funnest. I also don’t think anyone’s questioning that. However, you’re free to go backdropless, if you dig a clean look:
See? It’s all about giving great face.
Actually, all you really need is a bunch of rad, free people who aren’t afraid to let loose and be a little silly on film. Yeah, I have friends like that. Fer. Sure. And now I’m getting excited about the kind of Smilebooth experience I could have here. Ok, this is a must.
Anyway, as I was saying, I am deeply in love with the Smilebooth concept, and wholeheartedly recommend hiring them for your festivity, whatever it may be. Want to check out more photos? Take a trip on over to the raddest of blogs, run by Matt of Our Labor of Love, to check out some killer Smilebooth craziness. Personally, I can’t get enough. For example, check out this masterpiece I grabbed from Matt’s blog:
How freaking brilliant is all of that. Smilebooth rules.
So, what do you think? Do you love the idea of designing your own backdrop? Would it be colorful or bare? Or is this just not for you? Chime in; I’m dying to know what you think!
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