When you run a photo booth business, there's nothing like participating in your first wedding reception, and for Pamela Lietz - owner of TapSnap 1205 in Raleigh, North Carolina, the nuptials between Madison and Cody did not disappoint.
It's wedding season, and while most soon-to-be newlyweds are scrambling to finalize the details for their big day, many are also trying to come up with new and unique ways to entertain their guests and commemorate the special day so they can look back at who was there to help make their wedding a special occasion. Traditionally, guests are invited to sign a guest book, positioned near the entrance of the wedding reception, and while this is a great way for guests to leave a special message for the new bride and groom, there are other ways to make your guests a permanent part of your wedding. Here are 5 fresh ideas to replace your wedding guest book, so your guests can prove they were present and give you their well wishes in a memorable way:
When it comes to planning the "perfect" wedding, many people seem to follow a certain formula. White florals, tulle-adorned chairs, a 3-tiered cake, and a bride and groom dressed in black and white to match the cake topper seem to be the go-to details for celebrating a couple's big day. But while some prefer to follow the traditional path or tap into the latest trends, others are looking for unique ways to add a personal touch to their special day. Here are 3 simple ways you can do just that - without breaking the bank.
Weddings are a time for celebration, as well as a time for snapping innumerable photos! Between your wedding photographer’s professional shots, your social media photo booth pictures, and your guests’ candid captures, collecting every photo can turn into a daunting task without the right tools. Luckily, there are a ton of wedding photo sharing apps that can come to your rescue. Take a look at our top 5 picks for wedding photo apps you should use!
The big day is almost here. It's a day that's all about YOU. The flowers are primped, the guests are all accounted for, and you're ready to make some tear ducts flow. While the ceremony might be on the more romantic side of the day, the reception is where memories are made and enjoyed by all your guests.
Vancouver-based Web designer Dominic Wong is a “social” person with active accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and a Klout score of 59.
So when it came time to marry his long-term girlfriend Emily Wong (yes, they had the same last name before they were married) in July, it was only natural they’d want to share their wedding with family and friends on social media.
They took it one step further by inviting TapSnap to their wedding – a new kind of photo booth that is fully integrated with social networking sites.