“WOW” your guests with a truly unique, exciting, laugh-out-loud experience that will have them talking about your event for a long time.
Capture the intimate, hilarious and unexpected memories that are often missed and forgotten. Your guests will have so much fun with the props and posing for the photos. And Presto! The photo strips will print out instantly for all to enjoy.
We now have two styles of Photobooths. The traditional enclosed photobooth that everyone knows and an open photobooth style that we call a selfie station. Call for details.
With over 9 years of bringing “fun to events” throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia areas, Celebration Photobooth is the company to come to whether you’re planning an event is for 10 people or over 2000 people, we can provide your function, event, or special occasion with the fun and entertainment your guests will remember forever.
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As a North Carolina Wedding Planner, I've had the pleasure of working with Celebration Photobooth on multiple occasions and they always exceed my expectations as well as my client's expectations. They provide a quality service at an affordable price. Guests always love a photo booth and Celebration Photobooth is top notch. They provide tons of props and instant prints. They are a great addition to any wedding or party! - Priscilla
Celebration Photobooth offered great service and was very fun for our wedding held at Skyview on Hay St in Fayetteville. They were awesome to work with, flexible and a lot of fun. Everyone at the event loved having the photobooth and I would definitely recommend them for any large event, especially a wedding - Bo
Here we are at The Cotton Room in Durham doing the booth for the Jordan High School Prom and the theme was Candy Land. Check these candies out.
On 4/23/16 we were at the Pickled Onion for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation charity event. They had everything there, music, food, casino night and straight in from his tour of the SubContinent:
And here are some people that are not Elvis:
Ah, Prom Season has begun and we were at the first one of the Season on 4/30/16 for Leesville Road High School at the wonderful Wake County Shriner’s Club. Not sure if the kids had fun, but the adults sure did.
Another week goes by and we are at another fund raiser walk. This week we were at Lake Crabtree County Park for the CCFA’s Triangle Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis walk. Crohn’s and Colitis are incurable illnesses that this great group works hard for to raise money for a cure. We had a lot of fun and got to meet the Carolina Mudcat’s Muddy the Mudcat.
We were honored to be at the Triangle Autism Speaks Walk at Duke yesterday from 8am to 1130am. These friends and family of autistic people were there to help raise money for Autism Research to help there loved ones. According to the official website as of today they have raised almost $70,000 dollars just here in the Triangle.
Have you ever taken a picture and looked at it later and said ” Boy, I look fat” or “I don’t like the way I look in this picture”. That is if you pose the wrong way, the camera will put 10 pounds on you in the picture.
Well, here is your chance to learn how to pose the right way to take the best picture.
First, lets show you how to do it sitting:
For a woman, when you are sitting right in front of the camera, you have to sit at an angle. Put your back leg in back of your front leg which will make your lap and your thighs leaner. Your arms have to be moved slightly away from your body or their back arm on their waist, your back has to be straight, and shoulders back.
For a man, the only change is to put your legs straight in front of you.
Sound easy? Well here is a photo of how someone should sit using our suggestions:
OK, for standing it is just a little different.
For a woman, to look leaner in front of a camera, you need to turn your body on an angle and turn your waist towards the camera. Put your weight on your back leg and keep your arms away from your body. In both cases we are not talking about holding your arms straight away from your body, just a little bit so that there is a space between your arms and your body. Like your mother says stand straight, shoulders back and say cheese!
For a man, all of the above but stand with your legs slightly apart.
Here is a photo of how you should stand:
(Our dog model is Dutch from Peak Lab Rescue. He was paid in dog treats and demanded that only his good side be shown)
As with everything, practice all of these moves so that when the big moment is here, you will just fall into position without even thinking and have people say later, “You look great in that photo!”