In the fall of 2011, a friend introduced her to the idea of opening a photo booth business. She took the idea seriously after her husband and daughter came home from a Father Daughter Dance with a print from the photo booth. He told her about the 45 minute wait (with a child… say no more). The photo keepsake was a 4x6 (they expected a traditional 2x6) with 4 photos. The layout was generic. Each photo was 70% black background and 30% faces. She knew she could offer a better experience and keepsake.
Since 2012 we have kept up with the trends for the photo booth experience as well as the final products, whether it is the size of the print, the open vs. closed set up, or personalizing the props.
In 2018 we are adding 2 new booths: a self serve social media station and a beautiful, maple booth made by Michelle’s husband, a professional Luthier. Check back for photos!