We were contacted by Zahra to style their dessert table as she was hosting a baby shower for her daughter and mom-to-be to baby Ariana. The color theme was purple and gray with butterflies and daisies. Zahra said she wanted to see a lot of purple & bling, and that's what we gave her. We used a combination of 3 shades of purple throughout the table which can be found in the favor labels, food labels, the table covering, and the skirt. The butterflies and daisies were used to embellish the labels and the centerpiece. We also picked up the saying "Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what girls are made of" which was printed in the baby shower invitations to create the connection between the invitations and the dessert table. The desserts were 7 types of assorted Persian cookies like Nargile, Gola, Walnut cookies, and others plus Baklava and a cake ordered by Zahra (not available at the time the photos were taken so the cake stand is empty). And to personalize the table, Zahra asked us to include baby photos of the parents-to-be. The cute, pink shoe key-ring favors, also ordered by Zahra, were on display at the table.
Remember the Hawaiian party we just posted about? We received a letter from our client, and we are sharing it with you...
Jan. 19, 2015
Thank you for the great photo booth pictures that were taken for my husband’s 50th birthday bash! My friends and family
had a great time doing it! The style, color and the picture template was perfect, very Hawaiian! This will be a treasure for a lifetime!.....
It was a Hawaiian-themed event in San Jose last Saturday. The celebrant turned 50, and according to our hosts, the theme was a natural selection... Hawaii-five O! There was no lack of laughter and shrieks at the photo-booth. Everyone just had a great time. Guests were garbed in anything Hawaiian- Floral-printed tops, sarongs, ladies with flowers in their hair. Add the Hawaiian-themed photo strip that we designed for the party, the multi-colored leighs, and straw-hat props that we provided, the guests commented that they looked like they were really in Hawaii as they viewed their prints after we handed them out. Can't get to Hawaii? Bring a piece of Hawaii to you!
With it's impressive architectural design, granite pathways, modern landscape, digital touchscreens, and contemporary interiors, the NEMA building was a feast for the eyes. This latest and modern structure was the location of our photo-video booth event held last Jan. 3. The booth was set-up at the 3rd floor Urban Terrace training room which was transformed into the colorfully-lit, high-energy and standing room only entertainment area for the wedding event. Guests wandered through the room that housed the Photo-Video booth and the Casino game tables (no money involved here!) during the celebration. As the night progressed, big smiles and laughter where plentiful at the photo booth for a memorable night of wonderful entertainment!
Welcome to our first post for 2015! We are glad that you stopped by. How did you ring in the New Year?
We managed the Photo Booth for a New Year's Eve celebration at a private home in San Francisco. It was a stylish event where the ladies where glammed-up in fancy gowns and dresses, and the men decked in suits and bowties. The Photo booth was set-up in the garage which is one of the locations that work well with our system. A fabric curtain attached by the homeowners on one side created an area dedicated to the Photo Booth. Guests navigated their way from the party inside to the adjoining Photo booth area. At the end of each photo session, guests kept a copy of their photos to take home, and left another copy with a short dedication alongside it for the homeowner's memory album. The Photo Booth not only added to the revelry and merriment at the party, but it also served as a great way to capture the night's memories!