Phew! By now you must think I do nothing but photobooth and that is why I haven't updated in a while. Well, part of that is true. Actually, I would do photobooths all of the time if I could because they are just so darn fun. July was CRAZY busy for me with a wedding every single weekend and this past, two! And, a brand new full time job which I am beyond in love with. I get to buy toys and books all day and make things look good for a museum- pretty much my second dream come true (the first is getting to do makeup for weddings all of the time!).

....which means I will be taking on less weddings this coming year and concentrating on my new career. But don't fret! I am still freelancing, touching faces, doing photo shoots, engagements, weddings and special events as often as I can. That being said, book early for 2012 and I am all yours!

Magnolia Photobooth Co. has some of the best props I've seen at any wedding. The best part? Your photo gets printed out right then and there for you to take home and is also online just a few days later! Here are a few of my favorites from Jason and Tarrin's, the last of my five summer weddings.

Seriously, Kevin's white wig kills me. The above image sits atop the bookshelf in our living room where I laugh at it every morning.

The lady of this sweet couple is one of my favorite friends and I cannot wait to share her tchotchke filled wedding with you, captured by the friendly Tea of Dreambox Photography. I know that Tarrin married her dream guy, maybe even the dream guy of most girls I know. A caring teacher, tech guy, and comedian, Jason took care of all the set up while Tarrin and I sat in the chapel and did her makeup. I have never seen a groom take as much care into the preparation and take on the stress so that his bride could relax and have a moment to herself. So, so sweet.

Best wishes on your new life together in your new home. Stay tuned for more follow up to this fun celebration with tips for the minimal bride!

***Thanks to my sister Taryn who was there to lend a helping hand on one of the busiest wedding days I've ever experienced. Muyzie, you are the best!***