While formal, posed portraits may be nice keepsakes; they often fail to capture the fun that party guests fondly remember years later. MoxyPIX Photo Booth’s 10-person booth works to more accurately document events via color or black-and-white photo strips. During events, photo-booth attendants assist guests who can spice up shots with a variety of costume props, such as feather boas and hats. MoxyPIX can also customize captions that incorporate the names of the bride and groom or guest of honor. At the end of the night, all pictures are collected and displayed on an online gallery so guests can relive the night without hiring a community theater troupe to act out key scenes.
The iLove Team doesn't just memorialize events, it makes events memorable. Founded in 2012 in Philadelphia by a group with backgrounds in event planning and production, as well as customer satisfaction, they combine these services to create custom-built events for their clients. The team showers its clients with VIP treatments, such as red-carpet welcomes, personalized photo-booth backdrops, and fitted top hats on all its cameras. The iLove Team also provides other facets of party planning, including DJs for hire and lighting, design, and videography services.
With their easy touch-screen instructions, the portable photo-booths of Reliable Photobooths Inc. capture images of jubilant attendees at events throughout Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware with ease. After an attendant delivers and set-ups the booth, groups of 10 or more can step inside and pose for their choice of color or black and white pictures. Each photo-session yields two 2" x 6" photo-strips adorned with a personalized message or a customized logo.
To further preserve memories, staffers assemble high-resolution images onto a DVD and host pictures in a password-protected online gallery for six months so event attendees can download, print, and share their favorite shots. Along with its standard package, Reliable Photobooths Inc. enhances soirees with add-ons such as props, scrapbooks, additional print options, photo-strip frames, and an on-site Facebook uploading option.
Inside a vibrantly lit ballroom, the names of two newlyweds glow in big, cursive letters on the dance floor. The venue, an expansive space with arched ceilings and ornate chandeliers, is no doubt a popular spot for wedding ceremonies, but Majestic Events' team has gone above and beyond to make the space unique to the bride and groom.
This quest to personalize each event is what fuels the decisions of Majestic Events' photographers, videographers, DJs, emcees, and lighting technicians. Their services include live music, photography, and lighting design and were awarded WeddingWire?s Bride?s Choice award in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
More than 15 years ago, DJ Jocelyn was the first woman to host an on-air radio show in the history of WKPS 90.7 FM. Nowadays, she draws upon her broadcast charm to energize partygoers and make announcements as DJ David or DJ Billy from Philly lures guests to the dance floor by spinning oldies, classic R & B, funk, line-dance tunes, and hip-hop. The Phunky Sound Entertainment, LLC team can also dispatch live entertainers such as jazz guitarist Larry Woods. To preserve memories of important occasions even after the last remnants of the Cha Cha Slide have come unstuck from partygoers’ heads, Phunky Sound covers events with videography and photography services, including photo-booth rentals.
Photobelle Photo Booth's friendly technicians usher party guests into a spacious enclosure that compresses candid moments into studio-quality mementos in full color or black and white. Guests at weddings and corporate events don boas and silly hats before flashing teeth at a Canon T3 12.1-megapixel camera, which sends stoic poses, artful expressions, and photo-bombing cowlicks through a high-speed dye-sublimation digital printer. Using self-laminating print technology, the device rolls out flawless photos in 13 seconds. Each rental session doles out unlimited photos and duplicates, all adorned with custom logos or event headers.