Jeremy and Sam had one of the most clever and fun ideas for their big day: a safari themed wedding at the The Cincinnati Zoo .
An aesthetic two-story patio with a walkway, which wrapped around the building, provided an excellent view of the park. Stringed lights hung loosely from the ceiling creating a tastful, romantic tone for the night. You could see animals from the reception area or you could go explore and get a closer look!
Thinking about having a photo booth at your next special event? Wanting to spice up your event with an add-on that all your guests will remember? A green screen is an entertaining option that will give you and your guests a chance to use state -of-the-art technology that allows a seemingly endless selection of digital backgrounds. Here are four reasons a green screen would be a great addition to your special event.
We were excited when the newlyweds, Matt and Laura, invited us to celebrate with them at Paul Brown Stadium (PBS), home of the Cincinnati Bengals. (Who Dey!) Sports fanatic or not, Paul Brown Stadium is a beautiful place to hold a wedding. The captivating 62’ glass wall of windows allows for a majestic view of the Cincinnati skyline. From start to finish, the PBS event manager, Rachael, and her staff were very efficient and well-organized. They went above and beyond to make sure that set-up would be easy and seamless. From meeting us at the front gate, to guiding us through the East lounge, the PBS staff made every aspect of our setup a piece of cake.
Thanks to the help of Rachael and PBS staff, the night went on without a hitch; and our photo booth had a non-stop line of guests having the time of their lives. The full memory album, given to Matt and Laura, was the Picture Perfect proof of the great times everyone had. Thanks to Paul Brown Stadium, their wonderful staff, and the newlyweds for choosing Picture Perfect to help capture their wedding day memories!