Stef & Alex had their wedding at Morley Hayes in Derbyshire. We arrived whilst they were having dinner and set up the booth in the back room. Stef had specifically requested the booth 'naked', without it's curtains, because the snug it was being set up in already had some super exposed stone walls.
One arguable benefit of losing the curtains is you minimise the propensity for guests to moon at the camera... The booth's full glory, however, is on display for everyone to see.
This is quite a good example of how flexible we have striven to make the booth. It looks just as great sat on a table, as it does curtained off. There are of course, lots of other possibilities for the booth - the essential elements are the camera, the crate, the light and the button. How you arrange those 4 elements is pretty limitless. You might like it in a library, amongst the bookshelves / you might want it atop hay bales, in a barn / you might want it in a teepee at a festival wedding. You can, within reason, have it pretty much anywhere, so long as we can light people and they can reach the button... So feel free to chat to us about your plans for the booth and we will do our utmost to make it happen.
As always, here are a selection of our favourites from the night.
Stef & Alex, have a fantastic time in Singapore & Malaysia!