XOXO Photo Booth, Photography And Event Services rents out its photo booths for two-, three-, four-, or five-hour blocks, which to offer ample photo opportunities for a variety of events. The booths arrive with a photographer, a backdrop, and props such as feather boas, silly hats, and novelty glasses. If desired, the staff can tailor the props to the occasion and can even customize the backdrop to match a pre-submitted JPEG image. Their party services also offer photography, a mobile salon, and chocolate fountains for Willy Wonka-themed weddings.
Few people spend their days attending bar mitzvahs and corporate picnics, but The Entertainment Playground?s staff works both circuits. The event-planning company can create parties from the ground up or augment them with equipment and staff, freeing up hosts to spend more time shaking their presents. The company?s inflatables run the gamut from bounce houses to outdoor movie screens, and fog machines and strobe lights add energy to dance parties or at least make the boring people harder to see. Revelers can pile into photo booths to create instant keepsakes, or climb aboard mechanical bulls for a very in-the-moment experience. A team of entertainers complements the attractions by delighting onlookers with intricate balloon art or classic magic tricks.
Diana Lewkowicz doesn't view photography as a career as much a vocation. Diana's uninhibited passion for photography has led her on trips around the globe, where she’s captured her clients’ happy moments in all their unpredictable glory. Diana now brings that passion to her Natural Light Studio in Falls Church, Virginia, where she snaps shots of families, newborns, and more. Inside the studio, Diana has a number of different tools at her disposal to make each shoot unique, including natural and editorial lighting as well as props that can help make shy babies smile and break dance for the camera.
As their name would imply, SillyShotz Photobooth Company's attendants don't expect the people climbing into their booths to take themselves too seriously. Every rental package comes with a kit of zany props, including feather boas, shutter shades, and hats. Up to 10 guests can pile into the booth at once, a feat that most photobooths could only pull off at a human Tetris convention. The resulting photo strips include several creative display options, including magnetic frames, personalized scrapbooks, and framed collages.
Appointments for the executive or student headshot or the family or engagement sessions are available Tuesday–Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., as well as Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. based upon availability.
The nugget of inspiration that sparked Photo In a Box occurred when one of the founders wanted a photo booth for his own wedding, but wouldn’t settle for inferior service or unrealistic prices. The two founders—who are also best friends—went with the obvious solution: start their own photo-booth company. Now they service DC, Northern Virginia, Maryland, and other more remote locales, toting along professional photo booths to events such as weddings, birthdays, or pre-New Year's Eve parties in July. Some of the booths snap high-resolution shots printed on classic photo-booth strips, while some come equipped with video and social media–integration capabilities. A prop box holds fun toys and costumes such as boas, tiaras, and oversized glasses, and Photo In a Box can customize each booth experience according to the occasion with personalized strip borders and props.