Summer is about over, and Heather and I couldn’t be happier! Don’t get me wrong, this was our biggest summer to date and we’re grateful for the success of our photo booth business. But we’re also thankful to be able to breath again! We did nearly 50 weddings, events, and parties between June and August, and we built an all new open style photo booth. Somehow, we also found time to celebrate Heather’s birthday in Vegas, take the kids on a trip, and take part in a photo shoot in Northern Idaho. Needless to say, it’s nice to finally have a calm month so we can relax and little (and finally update our blog).
This summer we were all over the place: We were at the Salt Palace a few times for conventions, we went to Deer Valley, Morgan, Kamas, and even Sun Valley, Idaho. But I think our craziest location was when we transported our Vintage Photo Booth in a gondola to the top of Snow Basin for a beautiful wedding. And just when I thought we had seen every single venue along the Wasatch Front, we discovered a few new ones that we had never been to: Sleepy Ridge golf course in Orem, the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, and Alta Ski Resort.
In addition to weddings and parties, we did a ton of corporate events. We were part of Bush’s Baked Beans for the School Nutrition convention, AT&T had us at their booth for several days during the LULAC convention, we even brought both of our Retro Booths to Morinda’s headquarters in Provo for their annual employee carnival. We also got to put our booth on the plaza outside the Energy Solutions Arena for USANA’s annual conference.
As hard as we try, we couldn’t do it alone! We’re very grateful for the wonderful vendors who make this business so fun. We just updated our Favorite Vendors page, so if you’re on there it’s because we love working with you and you do amazing work!
We also would like to thank all of our great clients. We often get asked if we have to deal with many “Bridezillas”, but honestly, 99% of our clients are a joy to work with. Very seldom do people have complaints, and most brides are gracious and appreciative. Other than the fact that we have to work nights, holidays, and weekends, we have the best job in the world. We get to share peoples’ biggest days with them, and we’re honored to be part of them.
Thank you to everyone who has helped make this our most successful summer yet!