We brought our Big Black Photobooth to a gorgeous wedding on a golf course, and not just any golf course, a course created by Arnold Palmer himself. The center is surrounded by beautiful, vast golf courses and trees, with ponds and lakes scattered across the grounds. Arnold Pamler designed the 18-hole private golf course, which guests can use too! After golfing the course, Palmer said, “I don’t think you will ever see three holes better than the last three here.” The Oasis Golf Club and Conference Center has a little something for everyone; professionals like Arnold or the occasional novice golfer.
First off, congratulations. How exciting!? With the New Year right around the corner, getting together a plan of action is the key to staying organized and on top of your wedding planning. We’ve taken some time to lay out five key points to get you in the planning mood.
We all know summer is the most popular wedding season. Why not plan your special day during the happiest time of the year? Here are three fantastic Winter Wedding themes for a magical evening.
Stop dreaming of a white Christmas, and start planning your White Wedding! Simplify your color scheme by planning an all-white winter wedding. This elegant and timeless theme will astound your guests as they enter your wonderland. Add depth to your décor by throwing in shades of cream and ivory for an interesting and iconic display. Don’t forget Picture Perfect’s Slice of Heaven photo booth! Our all-white, enclosed photo booth will keep your guests engaged, and will blend in with your theme flawlessly.
This past weekend, Picture Perfect Photobooth Rentals was invited back to Top of the Market Banquet Center for Sarah and Chad’s wedding reception. I love bringing the photo booth here! Portable photo booths can have their issues, and from start to finish, Top of the Market makes it a breeze! The owners transformed this retired warehouse, located close to Downtown Dayton, into a gorgeous event center for weddings, birthday parties, and so much more. I have no trouble getting the photo booth cart up the ramps or through the doors, as the venue is easily accessible on both sides of the building.