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  • Welcome to the Booth-o-Rama Blog!

    Booth-o-Rama Photobooths was started by brothers Daniel and Ben and is based in Washington, DC.  We're a small busines dedicated to adding a whole bunch of laughs and smiles to any event including weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, holiday parties, proms, high school reunions, and corporate events!  Your guests will love how much fun they have posing for pics and receiving an instant party favor (personalized with your event information!) providing a unique way to document your event.

Embassy Suites – Convention Center in Washington D.C.: ISES DC “Tables in Time” Tabletop Competition

The ISES tabletop competition at the Embassy Suites – Convention Center was amazing this year!  Sherifa Phillpotts and all the staff at The Embassy Suites were so kind and helpful, it is always a joy to work an event with the Booth-o-Rama Photobooth here.  This years tables were so innovative and just jaw dropping.  While everybody was viewing the tables, the Radio King Orchestra performed which kept the mood light and upbeat.  A special congratulations to this years winners Cast of Thousands Entertainment, Multiflor Inc, Occasions Caterers, and Select Event Rentals.  For more information on the event, tables, and the themes of each table… check out this link.  Big thanks to Evelyn Alas Photography for the photos!

Kristen and Kenny’s Wedding at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Virginia

Kristen and Kenny’s wedding this weekend at the Westfields Marriott was so fun!  The hands down best photo booth session of the night had to be when Kristen’s 101 year old grandfather, got in the photo booth with all of Kristen’s bridesmaids. They were very selective about who they brought into the photobooth.  The only other person they allowed in with them was the groom of course!  Kristen and Kenny you and your guests definitely took some fantastic photos but your grandpa tops them all!  We wish you two all the best!  Shout out to Kirk Rubley of Kirkabee Deejays who kept the guests going all night long and Leslie Grimes of the Westfields Marriott for always staying cool and making sure everything went like clock work all night long.

Ruchi and Trushar’s Wedding at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C.

Ruchi and Trushar had a gorgeous reception at The National Building Museum, planned by Christine Godsey with Engaging Affairs. The night started with cocktails and appetizers (done by Occasions Caterers and Moghul Caterers). Then the curtains opened to reveal a breathtaking room… tables with dazzling centerpieces surrounding a sprinkling fountain. After dinner and speeches, the party really got started. The lighting (done by John Farr Lighting) was dimmed, and the DJ jacked up the music. The rest of the night was filled with laughing, dancing, and some amazing performances. Your friends and family did an amazing job on your guestbook, I hope you like it!

 

 

May 31, 2012 - 7:05 am

Laura Weatherly - Great work, guys! Thanks for doing such an amazing job!

May 31, 2012 - 7:22 am

Booth-o-Rama - Thank you Laura! Always a pleasure to work with Engaging Affairs!

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