The expert shutterbugs at Jeffrey A Stewart Photography travel throughout the New York City area to capture photos with a fashion-editorial style. Their portfolio includes family portraits, engagement sessions, and weddings. For weddings, the company sends a male and female photographer, so photos reflect the perspective of both the bride and groom.
A dancer since age 6, Dasha Sushko founded Ballroom Dream in 2011 after a successful professional dance career in both Russia and the United States. She and her instructors teach fledgling dancers at ballroom, Latin, and swing classes inside Ballroom Dream’s 4,000-square-foot facility, which features a floating hardwood dance floor. Mirrors help students assess their form during group or private lessons, and on every first and third Friday and fourth Saturday of the month, the studio turns up its professional-grade sound system to let students flaunt their newfound form during social dances. Classes are open to adults as well as kids, who discover dance basics during entertaining classes that help expend youthful energy faster than a feverish baseball-card trading session.
Super Pet Expo is an animal lover's convention that induces enthusiasm in pets and pet owners alike, enlivening their weekend with whimsical shows and unique pet products not usually sold in stores. Browse merchandise from more than 150 pet-related exhibitors, then slither over to the repticon reptile showcase to meet a scaly menagerie of exotic reptiles. EVO World Class Frisbee Dog Show presents an acrobatic pack of drooling disc catchers, and the puppy playground lets rambunctious pooches run, roll over, and play poker on 5,000 square feet of canine-cavorting heaven.
Licensed and insured, Foto Republik Photography’s shutterbugs and videographers frame everything from weddings to portraits with their contemporary camera eyes. Comprehensive wedding packages and portrait sessions include options such as hardcover photo albums and CDs of high-resolution images. Foto Republik’s photobooth brings groups together for candid moments during birthdays, reunions, and backyard shindigs.
Twenty-two years ago, Mark and Lynn Zientek started New Jersey Partyworks as a small, family-run operation whose costumed characters and clowns entertained at parties, barbecues, and gatherings. Today, the business outfits small soirees as well as big-time special events with rental amusement rides, moonbounces, tents, slides, and interactive games and obstacle courses. Staff members oversee all the rides and revelry, backed by weekly trainings from managers certified in nationally recognized safety regulations and equipment maintenance as well as balloon-animal taxonomy. The company's troupe of live entertainers now includes DJs, stilt walkers, magicians, and caricaturists who help ring in special occasions for crowds of laughing kids and grownups alike.