I often get asked "how did you get into this business?" We fell crazy in love with the whole idea at a wedding.
I returned from Seattle back to my hometown in the Midwest for my niece's wedding in August 2010. She and her fiance had hired a photo booth as entertainment for their guests at their reception. My only experience prior to this was the tiny box photo booths at the mall. Soon my entire family was in and out over and over again, partaking in the fun and frenzy. My 89 year old grandma who previously hated having her picture taken was grabbing anyone she could find to pull into the photo booth. This made a really big impact on me because I finally had pictures of her smiling!
I returned to Seattle and could not stop thinking about the photo booth idea. It was amazing to me how much fun my family had and how we all received instant keepsakes to treasure.
With my grandma in mind, I kept all the features that made that photo booth back home so much fun and added my own Fun Frames twist. I now have four photo booths and a great staff of on site attendants who love helping your photo booth experience the best.
For my grandmothers 90th birthday last July, she insisted on having a photo booth. I hired a photo booth back home for her party to capture her big day. I am so thankful to have these great pictures of her smiling, laughing and being a kid again.
The photo booth has given us a license to be silly and create some really fun memories. I'm sure she will insist on a photo booth for all her future birthdays, and I will of course grant her wish. I would love the opportunity to capture your special day with some great photo booth pictures here in Seattle.