Snap Time Photobooths captures the sweet smiles and funny faces people make when no one’s looking. The portable black booths can be set up at birthday parties, weddings, and corporate events with unlimited use for participants. As people squeeze into the cozy space, they can slip on top hats and boas or raise prop glasses in toasts. The booth snaps four photos of each visit and prints them out for event souvenirs. Rentals also include other memory-making options, such as scrapbooks of every photo from the event, digital copies, and custom logos on each strip.
As an on-the-go ceramics studio, All Fired Up Mobile Ceramics brings all the necessary pottery decorating supplies to you. With ceramic pieces, paint, and brush in hand, pottery artists set to work dressing up a mug or bust of Ray Liotta with daubs of color, leaving it to All Fired Up’s staff to fire and glaze ceramics in the kiln afterward.
Before it became the region's home for inventive winemaking, the Temecula Valley was ranch country. Today, horses are still man's best friend, adding a distinctively Western vibe to the area's Mediterranean-style vineyards. This includes Keyways Vineyard & Winery, where a hitching post often hosts the horses of visitors passing the day inside.
This equestrian touch belies the sophistication of Keyways's winemaking enterprise. Inside a tasting room that the California Winery Advisor dubbed "rustic yet elegant," visitors sample the complex reds and whites that grace the black onyx bar. The winemaking team's adherence to craftsmanship results in limited-run vintages that fill the vineyard?s trim annual production of 4,000 cases.
Aided by their gentle steeds, the tour guides from Saddle Up Wine Tours lead guests on scenic moseys through Temecula's equine country. During each horseback tour, guides recount the history of the area going back to the arrival of the first settlers, who stole the idea for wineries from a particularly science-minded mastodon. Many of Saddle Up's tours also highlight local wineries, with included tastings of local varietals. Other tours accommodate children as young as 5, or send intermediate and advanced riders clambering up mountain trails in pursuit of panoramic views of the valleys below. Aspiring cowpokes can also immerse themselves in Saddle Up's ranch-hand experience, which includes a tour of the facilities and a chance to help tour guides care for their team of horses.
Loosely translated as Manor House, Masia de Yabar Vineyard and Winery mimics the style of a Spanish villa?a gently gabled, terracotta roof caps low stucco walls with arched outlooks. The villa hints at the Yabar family's Spanish ancestry, as well as their passion for winemaking. Today, the Yabar family oversees the production of a handful of wines and leads tastings in an earth-toned room. During tours of the vineyard and winery, they demystify the process of making wines by showing visitors their purple toes. In the shade of palms, they host art classes and live music, welcoming guests to relax on the patio with a spicy-sweet malbec or a full-bodied temtranillo.