SnapHappy


Did you already check out all the fab and fun detail and people shots from the end-of-summer party at Dumbarton House?  As we mentioned, of course, SnapHappy just had to attend, as well. Is a party really a party without a photo booth? We have our doubts.

We found some vintage inspired fabric for our backdrop and brought some fun 20’s inspired props with us. The gangster Tommy Gun was a huge hit with Bill, as well, as many of our fellow wedding pros. Ha! Not quite sure what that says about us. ;-D

Oh, and if you’re a Holland Photo Arts client and want this kind of fun from the SnapHappy photo booth at your wedding, just give us a ring!

A&B+K!

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As a little sneak peek at some of the fun and shenanigans at Kimya & Brian’s recent wedding, we’re going to start off this week with some fave images from their SnapHappy Studio. Many people will bring various props, but Kimya thought it’d be fun to have a couple of white boards on which their friends could write witty sayings. And what do you know, they did! Come back tomorrow for part 1 of their wedding celebration! Oh, and if you’re a 2011 client, let us know early if you want this at your wedding – guests kinda seem to like it. ;-D

Kimya and Brian make an appearance late, late into the night, long after their friends have provided ample Facebook fodder.

Yeah, ok, time to call it a night. That’s a wrap, people!

They were livin’ it up in the SnapHappy photo booth at Cristina & Adam’s wedding! (See Part 1 and Part 2 of their blog post from last week if you missed it!) Adam’s mom brought a wide variety of fun props personalized for the couple–too bad no one used them ;-).

Are you a Holland Photo Arts client and want the booth for your wedding? Drop us a note and we’ll make it happen.

We had a great time this past week seeing so many long-time friends at the Community of Charlottesville Wedding and Event Professionals get-together out at beautiful Oak Ridge Estate. Despite the rainy afternoon, 120 area wedding professionals got together for some delicious food put together by The Rock Barn and great times. We’re so grateful to Claire Goodman and Jessica Sheffield for putting together our Spring shindig.

Some tabletop displays created with very local flowers by Pharsalia and table linens by Festive Fare.

Pretty flowers provided by Blue Ridge Floral Designs.

Wintergreen Winery provided a variety of vino for everyone. We need to plan a tasting as we had only the chardonnay. It was quite tasty. More please!

Seriously tasty fare. No one left hungry.

Prefer beer instead of wine? Well, we had that too, courtesy of Blue Mountain Brewery. If you like hoppy beer, their Full Nelson is pretty close to unbeatable.

Songs you could sing along to provided by Bennie Dodd.

And of course, no party is complete without a SnapHappy Studio photo booth!

We couldn’t leave out some of Alisa and Brian’s fun SnapHappy pics and we had too, too many favorites from their wedding, so hence a third blog post for you happy people! 🙂

Want SnapHappy to make an appearance at your upcoming wedding? Email or call today for details! Okay, you can do it tomorrow, too, but why wait?

Ok, so how’s this for a FAB Find?! 🙂 Want to give your wedding guests a way to express their inner child without that extra glass of wine? Looking for a way to get even more fun photos of your friends and family? Well, look no further than our new SnapHappy Studio! It’s self-contained, self-run, and just a blast. Your guests just pick up the handy remote, strike a pose, and get SnapHappy! It’s now officially available to all our Holland Photo Arts clients this fall (as well as next year). Check out the all the fun the happy couple and their guests have had at a couple of recent weddings, and drop us a note to check on its availability for your wedding. In fact, the first of our upcoming clients (who don’t already have a photobooth, please) who emails us will get SnapHappy FREE at their wedding! Enjoy and get SnapHappy!