Month: September 2019

3 Ways to Make Your Wedding Photo Booth Stand Out

Wedding season is in full swing! If you’re getting married this year, have you thought about how you’ll keep your guests entertained. Or how to make your big day, memorable?

Photo booth rentals are a hot wedding trend, and for good reason. Your wedding party as well as your guests, young and old, can capture unique memories of the day, and take home a way to remember the fun!

With photo booths becoming more and more popular at receptions. Brides and grooms often ask how they can make their guests’ experience more exciting.

Below are a few suggestions we have that can make your photo booth experience really stand out!

Model participation

With our Memory Book option, after each photo session, an extra photo strip prints for guests to add to your scrapbook. They’ll have the opportunity to leave you a heartfelt personal message next to their lovely faces!

A photo booth memory book is an excellent alternative to the traditional guestbook. It gives everyone a chance to do more than just sign their names!

Our booths also gives your guests the option to record a special video message for the bride and groom on their wedding day.

With no limit, your friends can leave short, funny messages. Or grandma can leave an inspirational message with her tried-and-true marriage advice.

Social networking

Do you have a hashtag, or a web page made specific for your big day? Want to see all your guests’ photos on social media?

With access to WiFi we can help encourage your guest to share all of the best memories from the reception.

Our photo booths can post your guests’ pictures straight to Facebook and Twitter . You can share the memories with everyone in your network.

No need to take a phone photo of the printed photo strips. We will send photos straight to their phones for quick and easy sharing.

Add props

Let your guests express themselves during their photo shoot by providing a wide range of props for use in the photo booth.

Picture Perfect provides an excellent prop package to glam up your guests and get them feeling silly, but many brides and grooms make or bring along custom props, too!

With props, you can create just about any mood you want! Ask about our custom props option that match your décor, colors, or wedding theme.

If your event is being held in a special location, why not use props that really speak to its importance in your lives?

Whether you and your love are sports fans, animal lovers, or super hero obsessed, we can bring along props that tell your true love story.

If you and your boo are getting hitched in 2019 and still no photo booth hired yet or planning to wed in 2020, Picture Perfect can help you make your special day one that every guest will remember!

Contact us today to rent a photo booth for your event.

Five Cleveland Cultural Things Not to Be Missed

The city of Cleveland, Ohio is full to the brim of cultural things to see and do. Let’s take a look at what Cleveland has to offer in terms of performing arts, music, and literature.

Performing Arts

Cleveland has the second-largest performing arts center in the whole of the U.S. – Playhouse Square. This is second only to the Lincoln Center in New York City.

In Playhouse Square, you will find the Ohio Theatre, Hannah Theater, Allen Theater, Palace Theater, and State Theater. This is a hub for many Broadway Musicals and the city has produced lots of well-known actors as well as the renowned comedian Bob Hope.

Elsewhere in Cleveland, there is the Karamu House. This is America’s oldest African-American theater and dates back to the 1920s.

Music

Cleveland is also home to one of the world’s best orchestras, The Cleveland Orchestra. This is considered to be the finest in the U.S. During the winter, the orchestra plays at Severance Hall, in University Circle, and during the summer, it can be found at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls.

During the 60s and 70s, Cleveland gained a reputation in rock music and even hosted the World Series of Rock from 1974 to 1980. If this is something you’re interested in, visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, located in downtown, Cleveland. This is a museum that celebrates the most influential and best-known figures, artists, producers, and engineers of rock and roll music.

Jazz is also popular in Cleveland and has a long history here. The Tri-C Jazz Fest is held in Cleveland every year. For jazz lovers, Bop Stop on Detroit Avenue is a great place to pay a visit.

Polka has been and continues to be, popular in Cleveland. There is even a sub-genre of polka called Cleveland-style. For those interested, there is the Polka Hall of Fame, which is worth a visit. This traces the Cleveland-style polka from its roots in Slovenia in the 19th century, through the factory and mining towns of America, to the post-war years.

If you like piano music, The Velvet Tango Room is a great location. From Monday to Thursday there are pianists from 9 pm and the cocktails are great too!

Literature

The modernist poet, Hart Crane, was born not far from Cleveland. The memorial park along the Cuyahoga left bank is dedicated to him. There is also a marker where his childhood home sat in University Circle. Elsewhere, there is a statue behind the Kelvin Smith Library at Case Western Reserve University’s Campus.

If you’re into poetry, there are regular readings at many Cleveland bookstores and coffee shops.
If you’re visiting in July, the Cleveland Inkubator is a great 4-day festival that is free. It’s for writers and readers alike and offers workshops, keynote speeches, book swaps, and open mic sessions.

Another great event is hosted by the Maltz Performing Arts Center and is called the Writer’s Center Stage. This is a series of speeches and appearances by famous writers. Their website has a calendar of events where you can purchase tickets.