Photo Booth Ideas for Every Step of Your Love Journey

You don’t need a special reason to celebrate. You being you is reason enough. Not matter what stage of life you are celebrating at the moment, a photo booth is always a good idea. We’re here today to celebrate all the great memories of photo-boothers that were single, dating, engaged or married.

Single (and loving it)

Going solo to the school dance? Of course! What better date is there than your awesome self and your group of friends. USC Apasa hosts a themed Winter Formal each year. This party was all about the “Escape to Paradise.” Perfect for their SoCal home and Hawaiian vacation goals.

Palm Trees and Warm Weather in Southern California

Escape to Paradise Themed University Formal

photo (left): @uscapasa

Dating (at my own pace)

Akiyo’s 30th birthday party was glam in pink and gold. Her boyfriend, with help of family and friends, pulled off a surprise that was worth the wait. See you at the dessert table.

Floral 30th Birthday Dessert

Baked Desserts for Birthday Party

photo (left): mydeardarling

Engaged (She said yes, or maybe she asked!)

One of our favorite ways to do a bridal shower is to brunch. This garden soiree was full of bright colors that matched the bride-to-be’s outgoing personality and sparkly engagement ring. Eve’s Events helped with the food and drinks, which were yummy ways to beat the heat.

Colorful Drinks at a Bridal Shower

Balloons for Bridal Shower Decorations

Married (To the moon and back)

For many, a big love journey milestone is their wedding day. Megan and Nima decided to celebrate outdoors in a setting that was quite romantic (cue string lights in the forest). They obviously had a blast sharing their love as they danced the night away.

Bride's Wedding Ring and Band in Gold

Mr and Mrs Sweetheart Table

photo (left): Rachel McCauley Photography

We hope you enjoyed our trip down memory lane. Let us know if you have any upcoming celebrations! If we don’t see you, have the best. event. ever.

How to Afford the Extra Wedding Details

It’s the little details that make a wedding memorable, but those details can sometimes add up and make a big dent in your budget. When you’re first planning your wedding you might have a specific vision in mind for some of those special details and it can be disappointing when you actually find out how much they’re going to cost you.

So we’ve come up with some tips for easy ways to include all the special touches you want, but still come in under budget.

Scheduling Wedding Details

Find items that work double duty

Props and Signage for the Photo Booth

Make your dollar stretch farther by finding details that can serve multiple purposes at the wedding. For example, if you’re splurging on an awesome photo booth, why not have the photos serve as favors for your guests? Add a cute sign saying something like “Strike a pose! Thanks for sharing this day with us and giving us memories to last a lifetime! Please visit our photo booth! Leave a copy for the bride and groom and take one home as our gift to you!” so guests know they should take their photos with them. Double prints come in two sizes, 4×6″ or 2×6″ so they fit perfectly in your guestbook.

Wedding Table Decor

Another fun detail would be adding a small wooden popsicle stick to your ceremony program so it can also be used as a fan. This is especially great for those outdoor ceremonies in the summer! Finally, with a little creativity your place cards can also become a piece of decor. Think about adding florals or using something unconventional like a tag tied to an antique key to help guests find their seats. This can add so much more to your theme than a folded card would and allow you to knock out two details in the process!

Go digital

These days there are digital substitutes for so many items and wedding products are no exception. Many times going with a digital version rather than a physical product can be an easy way to save a little money too. You can put together a wedding website to collect RSVPs which could save you a lot on postage for all of those little cards! Many people are familiar with using a wedding hashtag to collect photos from friends and family in one central, digital location, which saves you more stress than anything else.

Individual and Prints Downloads

If your venue has a lot of screens around, why not use them to display signage related to your wedding? Create cute templates on a powerpoint program and use them to direct guests to the reception area, display the dinner menu or anything else you would like to communicate. Even your photo booth can go digital and save you some money too! With the digital only package you’ll receive a ZIP file of all the high-res photos from your wedding and an online gallery to enjoy after your big day. This is great if you’re worried guests will forget or lose their photos at the venue.

Decide what’s most important

Engaged Couple Meeting with Financial Advisor

When you’re deciding which details you should spend money on, it’s important to think about which parts of your wedding day you’re looking forward to the most. If you’re more excited about the reception than the ceremony, then it might be worth it to you to splurge on a decked out photo booth to save the memories of you and your friends partying the night away. If you’re most excited for the meal then you might splurge on an upgraded menu.

The important thing is to talk to your fiance about which parts of the day you’re most looking forward to and use that to plan your budget accordingly. You might also want to look into a wedding loan from a service like Earnest to help when you’re planning out your budget for all those little important details.

When you’re planning your wedding you don’t have to skimp out on the extra special details to save your budget. With some creativity and pre-planning you can still have the amazing wedding you’ve dreamed of. If a photo booth is part of your dream wedding but you’re not sure if it will fit in the budget, don’t be afraid to reach out and we’ll do our best to find a package that works for you!

The little details you’ve spent time planning will be the things that set your wedding apart so put some thought into them and find a creative way to fit them into your budget.
2018-08-10T05:01:43+00:00Categories: News|

Find Your Pink // Local Events for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

During October, groups across the nation host events and come together for a common cause, finding a cure for Breast Cancer. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we present 10 events, all local to the cities we call home. Many of them are FREE, but still require tickets or reservations. Follow the ticket links to Eventbrite and pink on!
Dallas Fort Worth
Rosé All Day Wine and Music Festival

Enjoy your favorite pink libation while benefiting the AIRS Foundation. Cheers!


Aloha Cancer Project – A Zen Approach
10/21/17 & 10/28/17

The Aloha Cancer Project is hosting two weekends for a learning and practice experience based on the concept of Zen.


Inland Empire
2nd Annual IEPW “Diva” Luncheon

Honor and support your fellow phenomenal women at this Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon with proceeds going to The CARE Project, Inc.


Las Vegas
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

The American Cancer Society is holding their annual Making Strides walk across the country this month. Register to join the Las Vegas crew.


Los Angeles
Design + Thrive for the Cause

Take the standard fundraiser up a notch by showing off your design skills and learning the power of a healthy lifestyle. The theme was inspired by the awesome work of B4BC.


New York
Avon39 The Walk to End Breast Cancer
10/14/17 – 10/15/17

Explore Manhattan like a Warrior and raise funds for local providers of Breast Cancer related services.


Orange County
Howl-o-ween Cocktail & Costume Party

Help provide local breast cancer screenings for the Orange County area. Dress up with your pup for a spooky night out.


The Many Faces of Breast Cancer

The Diablo Valley Oncology/Hematology clinic will be hosting a panel to discuss important issues faced by Breast Cancer patients and survivors.


San Diego
Party in Pink Zumbathon

Get your Zumba on and support Susan G. Komen in their efforts to find a cure.


San Francisco
Taste for the Cure 2017

Support the amazing resource that is the UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Cancer Center while learning about nutrition and an overall healthier lifestyle. Win, win.


2017-10-06T12:40:21+00:00Categories: Events, News|Tags: , |

How to Coordinate Your Photo Prints and Your Wedding Day Style

Invitations, check. Decorations and place settings, check. Party favors, check. Photo booth prints that tie in with it all…check.

Fall, Rustic // Janey & David Wedding


earth / tangerine / pewter / moss

Colors change with the seasons and what a better way to incorporate fall’s rich tones than in your wedding day. Natural colors and textures, like the wood grain below, give us falls vibes that make for beautiful photo prints. Janey and David’s wedding was celebrated outdoors at the Los Angeles River Center & Garden.

Photo Booth Print with Wood and Lace Design

French, Chic, Vintage // Jasmine’s Birthday in Paris


robin’s egg / nude / peaches / cloud

Jasmine brought the magic of Paris stateside with her themed birthday party. Taking cues from the architectural details in the City of Love, Jasmine’s prints conveyed a mix of sophistication and whimsy perfect for a Sweet 16. The party was held at the Embassy Suites in Anaheim, CA.

Photo Booth Print with Chic, French Design

Winter, Holidays // Ugly Sweater Party


sky / pine / brick / sand

The holidays are not complete without an Ugly Sweater party, showing off some serious Christmas swag. This theme works just as well for hosting a party at home or attending one at work. Festive prints make a great frame for the season’s fond (and funny) memories.

Photo Booth Print with Ugly Sweater Design

Customizing your prints is an option with any of our packages. For the Starter Package, it would be an a la carte add-on. For the Standard, Premium or Platinum Packages, it is included. Contact our Graphic Designer, Heather, to be inspired and share your event inspiration.
2017-08-07T12:22:47+00:00Categories: Design, Events|Tags: , |

Eco-Friendly Events From Start to Finish

Paper Culture’s Eco-Friendly Invitations

While browsing on Pinterest (of course), we discovered the unique invitation suite designs of California-based Paper Culture. Their collections are modern, colorful, and better yet, good for the environment. Want your event to be eco-friendly, but still awesome? Start by ordering your invites from Paper Culture; finish with fun in our photo booth, delivered by Electric Vehicle. Read on to see our favorite picks for weddings and more.

Paper Culture :: graduation

Black and White Modern Graduation Invitation
These grad invites caught our eye with their modern calligraphy and watercolor pattern. The muted color palette works for any alma mater and any age graduate.

Paper Culture :: weddings

Abstract Wedding Save the Date
Art museums make great wedding venues and these Save the Date cards are a great start for your creative style. Be bold with different color options.

Paper Culture :: themed parties

Popcorn Themed Shower Invitation
This fun design was originally made for a movie night party, but we love the play on words that makes it perfect for a baby shower too. Customize your Paper Culture invites to make your event as unique as you.


Paper Culture’s mission is to provide beautiful products inside and out. All of their products are made with sustainable materials and with every order they plant a tree where reforestation is needed the most. All cards are made with 100% post-consumer recycled paper so no trees are harmed. AND they have some serious cred. Paper Culture is…

  • A certified Bay Area Green Business
  • The 2013 winner of the California Climate Leader award
  • A carbon-neutral company in partnership with

Reversible Box

Paper Culture :: packaging

Invites Mailed in Reversible Reusable Box

Even their packaging is earth-friendly. After choosing and customizing your invites, your order is delivered in a Reversible Box, made from recycled cardboard and printed with eco-friendly water-based inks. Turn it inside out for a design-conscious way to send your mail. #ReversibleBox

Go Green

Connect with Paper Culture to start planning your special event. Twitter :: Facebook :: Instagram

2017-05-02T06:28:29+00:00Categories: Design, News|Tags: , |