Photographer Samantha Melenka has a studio, but she mostly shoots on location––at venues that range from grassy fields to wedding receptions. For wedding shoots, she often collaborates with her husband, photographer James Melenka. Together, they capture grand tableaus such as the bride getting ready, or the uncle falling asleep. Through Samantha's other work, she captures the bond between families, a child's innocent grin, and the chemistry between newly engaged couples. Her photo booths, meanwhile, allow subjects to run their own shoots, controlling the booths' 18-megapixel cameras via touchscreen.
More like a mobile photo studio, Pabs Photomagic's photo booths come replete with a pro photographer, high-end lighting, and muslin backdrop. But like a photo booth, guests get to pile in front of the camera to make funny faces and don goofy props such as crowns and jumbo sunglasses. Photo strips of those priceless moments are printed in a matter of seconds with customized layouts. To further enhance events, party-goers can add extras such as bubble machines and custom-made backdrops.
Having crafted images for IKEA Canada, Envi Entertainment, and Crew Entertainment, GoldImage's photographer Fez has created quite the portfolio. Drawing from his experience with University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, Capilano University, and Douglas College, Fez helps those looking for a professional-looking snapshot with portrait and headshot photography. And he further bolsters his body of work by covering weddings, receptions, and engagement sessions. Customers that want guests at their event to feel free to take their own photos can even rent a photo booth. Fez also offers rental photo booths equipped with props for holiday parties, wedding receptions, and birthday parties.
Parties, from bar mitzvahs to office celebrations and birthdays, all need some sort of center. Everyone will inevitably end up orbiting around the heart of the celebration. D4 Photobooths keeps gatherings from huddling over dull bowls of salsa, though, with photo booths that encourage guests to pile in together and mug for cameras. That also frees party planners to have fun rather than snapping photos on their own the whole time.
Laughter drifts from the booths, which churn out customizable photos that can feature relatives and friends donning novelty glasses, hats, and masks. Rental packages include delivery and setup, as well as an onsite attendant, ensuring that the whole process runs smoothly without distracting the party's host.
A shy glance through a bridal veil. The intricate swirls of a wedding-day henna tattoo. An eruption of laughter during the best man's toast. The team at Brellow captures moments like these with high-definition videography and professional photography services. For a less formal commemoration of any special day, they also rent attendant-run photo booths. Zany props can also be rented, allowing guests to freeze-frame the fun of the event, and take-home pictures enliven wallets or miniature mantles.
Cultivating local and fair-trade ingredients, Truffles Fine Foods celebrates the revered lunch break with hot gourmet meals prepared in its eco-friendly kitchen. Up to 10 colleagues or one package of 10 inflatable friends may glean The Hot Drop menu (a $15/person value), which evolves daily and always features two fresh entrees to choose between. Possible specialties include grilled wild coho salmon blanketed in maple glaze, beef moussaka layered with cheesy béchamel, and pulled pork sauced by chipotle barbecue. Each dish entails a savoury side at no extra charge, such as sun-dried-tomato gnocchi or cobb salad.