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Deanna & Eric | Austin Wedding Photo Booth

We met Deanna and Eric back at Sarah and Austin's wedding at Camp Lucy, and we were so excited when they reached out about booking the photo booth for their own wedding! Of course, our rose gold backdrop only added to the fun, and matched their decor perfectly. We had such a great time hanging out with all their family and friends and were so grateful they chose us to be their photo booth vendor for their big day. 

Congrats, Deanna and Eric!

Rising Tide Society Meeting | Austin Photo Booth Rental

We had such a fun time at the Austin chapter of Tuesdays Together a couple weeks ago! Tuesdays Together is part of The Rising Tide Society, which consists of tons of amazing small business owners and employees. We've been a part of the local chapter for a while now, and there is something so special about getting to finally set the photo booth up and let all of our friends experience it for themselves.

Looking for a photo booth for your upcoming wedding or holiday party, or want to really make a statement for your company at a local festival or large event? Contact us today! We have a ton of brand activation options for businesses, and of course love creating custom designs for all our private event clients as well! 

Predicting the Trend: Fall Jewel Tones

A guest post by Pearl Events


It’s been a long hot summer, and we’re ready to trade our floppy hats and sandals for cozy sweaters and nights around the bonfire! This season, we’re excited to work with some of our favorite fall jewel tones. Here are some tips on how to incorporate these trendy shades into your wedding day décor!

1.     Stationery

Welcome your guests with a richly colored invite! Flat matte cardstocks look elegant and presentable. Accent these dark backgrounds with metallic copper or gold script and add a signature monogram or image to personalize your stationery.

Courtesy of Jake Holt Photography

Courtesy of Jake Holt Photography

2.     Bridal Party

A bold way to introduce color is through the bridal party. Groomsmen may wear your chosen shade on a bowtie, necktie, boutonniere, or even suspenders and socks for a subtler touch of color.Bridesmaids may make a more striking statement donning full length jewel toned gowns, or keep it understated with a statement shoe or hairpiece.

Courtesy of  Mint Photography

Courtesy of Mint Photography

Courtesy of  Loft Photography

Courtesy of Loft Photography

3.     Florals

Our favorite!! Work with your florist to design custom florals that incorporate your favorite fall hues. They’ll know just what colors to pair to create designs that are uniquely yours.

4.     Cake

Use your cake – the perfect blank canvas – to compliment your jewel toned color palette with wooden accents or touches of copper or gold.

Courtesy of  You Are My Tru e

Courtesy of You Are My True

5.     Favors

Finally, send your guests home with a unique and personalized keepsake from your special day!

Courtesy of  You Are My True

Courtesy of You Are My True


We'd like to thank Pearl Events for collecting some really great tips on how to incorporate jewel tones into a wedding! We completely agree that these hues will likely be extremely popular this season and we can't wait to see it in action. Of course, if you're looking for a way to incorporate your photo booth into this color scheme, we suggest pulling these shades into your print design, and picking a really great backdrop that will match the aesthetics of your reception as well. We're anticipating our gold, dark grey and white backdrops to be in heavy rotation this fall if lots of couples are choosing this color palette! 

4 Valentine's Day backdrops you'll fall in love with

Valentine's Day is just around the corner! Whether you're planning a big party with all of your couple friends, a super casual Galentine's night out for all your girlfriends, an awesome photo booth backdrop can make a huge statement and add a ton of fun to your get together! 

1. FLOWERS & STRIPES

Paper flowers and a classy black and white striped base make this backdrop the perfect Kate Spade inspired addition to your soiree! 

2. LUXE LOUNGE WITH GIANT PAPER ROSES

Make the backdrop the center of attention at your party by adding a gorgeous love seat in front of it. Everyone will want to snuggle up for a cute photo with their sweetheart! 

Our friends at Birch & Brass have a gorgeous pink settee that would be perfect for this setup!

3. LINEN & GREENERY

Take your backdrop from basic to ooh-la-la with some real greenery (eucalyptus is our favorite!) and some silk blooms from Michael's or Hobby Lobby. The best thing is, those flowers are reusable for other crafting projects after your party!

4. ROSE TAPESTRY

Want a great backdrop, but low on space? This rose tapestry is not only minimal, but also super romantic!

We hope these gave you some creative ideas for super unique backdrops for your party! If you're hosting an event, shoot us an email! We'd love to be a part of all the fun!

Mercury Hall Open House

January has already flown by, and we kicked off 2017 with an open house at one of our favorite Austin venues: Mercury Hall! We had a blast meeting the future brides-to-be and guests. Luckily for us, we had the best of both worlds by being under the clear tent, which was strung with festoon lights, and being able to peek into the chapel and its stunning stained glass windows! Even though it is minutes from downtown, the greenery that surrounds Mercury Hall makes it feel secluded from the busy streets of Austin. The Loot Vintage lounge was placed in the middle of the canopy, and we were drooling over their blue velvet bench in particular! It’s never really hard work when we get to work alongside other amazing vendors such as Gypsy Floral, who was there to create beautiful bouquet arrangements for each guest, Feathers and Frosting, who offered delicious cake tastings, and the beautiful custom designs of Parcel Design Co. (Fun fact, the owner of Parcel Design Co was actually the room mate of our owner, Kelsey!) Vanilla Orchid catered some of the most delicious bites for the event as well. We really could not have asked for a better Thursday night! We love open houses because it gives us a chance to meet and chat with guests on a more personal level and get a better feel of what they are wanting at their special event. Big thank you to Mercury Hall for hosting such a wonderful night, we cannot wait to meet YOU at the next one! 

Green & Cream Wedding Inspiration

The simplicity of a green and cream color combination gives us all the heart eyes! Something we love about this color palette is that it looks great during any season! So many venues in Austin are either partially or fully outdoors, which means you can bank on green being in a lot of your photos, so why not embrace it?

Ring box: Mrs. Box, Photo by Jaimee Morse Photography Flowers & wine barrel: Pasha Belman Photography Candles: Photo by A Little Tipsy Silver backdrop: Oh Happy Day Booth Bride: Photo by Feather and Twine Lanterns: via Deer Pearl Flowers Invitation: Photo by Laura Nelson White boutonnières: Photo by Hannah Mayson Photography Shoes: Photo by Hannah Mayson Photography

Ring box: Mrs. Box, Photo by Jaimee Morse Photography
Flowers & wine barrel: Pasha Belman Photography
Candles: Photo by A Little Tipsy
Silver backdrop: Oh Happy Day Booth
Bride: Photo by Feather and Twine
Lanterns: via Deer Pearl Flowers
Invitation: Photo by Laura Nelson
White boutonnières: Photo by Hannah Mayson Photography
Shoes: Photo by Hannah Mayson Photography

With a relatively neutral color palette, we think our silver sequin backdrop would look absolutely stunning alongside all your decor! We would also be able to create a print design that includes a classy eucalyptus wreath or graphics of huge white flowers. The options are virtually endless, and we already have our wheels turning coming up with ideas for our next green and cream wedding!