Smiles All Round @ Fit Brides

Liv from www.patchworkit.com having fun with the Obscura.

Liv from www.patchworkit.com having fun with the Obscura.

Mandi from www.charliebrear.com took a quick break from sampling the beautiful new collection of Charlie Brear wedding dresses to test out the Obscura.

Mandi from www.charliebrear.com took a quick break from sampling the beautiful new collection of Charlie Brear wedding dresses to test out the Obscura.

Saturday morning was a busy one for us at The London Lightbox as we got all our gear ready to set up at Frame's Kings Cross fitness studio for the Fit Brides wedding fair. Smiles were all around as the prospective brides entered, ready to get some tips and contacts in their little black books from the pros in the world of modern wedding styling.

As well as some fun freebies and an insightful candle meditation class - we really enjoyed meeting all the Fit Brides-to-be, the mums, and the bridesmaids excited to organise the big day! 

 

 

 

Our backdrop certainly turned heads with a 6 1/2 ft grass backdrop dotted with gypsophila and a floor sprinkled with cherry blossom, forming the perfect background for our Fit Brides to take some cheeky shots home with and quickly share them with the world with a simple tap. 

We were lucky enough to be located in studio 1 amongst some of the very best wedding photographers,  hand-picked for their unique photography, exhibiting some their most impressive photos. The Obscura fit in well as it boasted high quality photos ready to print in seconds.

Check out the frame website to get a full overview on the day and get all the names you need to organise the perfect wedding!

www.moveyourframe.com

By Francesca Lawrence

Got 99 Problems But A Booth Aint One

8 Reasons you just HAVE to have the Obscura photobooth on your wedding day

 

1. IT ENTERTAINS ALL AGES

Lets face it everyone loves a cheeky selfie, there’s no denying it. From Baby George to Granpa Charlie, trust us.. They’ll all want to have a go!

2. IT’S PRINTABLE NOSTALGIA

 

With all the selfies and snapchats and facebook photos, sometimes we can forget about the beauty of the printed photo. The London Lightbox brings back this possibility in a quick and simple way, so you can flip through the memories of the best day of your life any time you want!

 
3. IT’S SO EASY!!

 

Tap, flash, print- that really is it!! Here at TLL we have a fully trained group of handlers that will set up the photobooth in no time at all. And it is so easy to operate! Just one tap of the finger and in under 7 seconds you’ll have your photo printed (although, if you’re anything like me, realistically you’ll do at least 5 more takes to get your perfect print!!)

 

4. IT’S DIFFERENT FROM THE CONVENTIONAL PHOTOBOOTHS

 

Just like you, we do not conform to the norms. We are the only of our kind and won’t be forgotten..Just like your wedding day (but don’t worry we know it's your day and obviously won’t steal your thunder!)

 
5. IT’S CATERED TO YOU

We will work with you to design the perfectly personalised print that fits with your wedding day. We’re experienced in desiging prints and can confidently create a unique design for you or work with the theme of your wedding.. From country classic to festival chic we’re here to support you every step of the way.

 

6. SPREAD THE JOY

 

Another great thing about the Obscura is that you can instantly share it on social media platforms including facebook, twitter and Instagram via email. So all those friends and family members who couldnt make it will be able to see how your special day is going.

 

7. IT LOOSENS EVERYONE UP A BIT!

Sometimes it's hard to capture that 'moment picture' with a professional photographer telling you to 'look natural'.. sometimes a booth is all you need to loosen up!

 

8.IT’S JUST PLAIN FUN
 

If there’s one thing that we can guarantee it’s that all your guests will have fun. Its inevitable!

There’s no ifs or buts about it... A photobooth is your miracle elixir to the perfect wedding! Simply enquire today to let the fun begin!! 

 

Post by Francesca Lawrence