Here at The Booth, we go through A LOT of props. From stick props to hats to boas and umbrella's (and the list goes on and on), we've seen it all. One of our most favorite props of them all? The simple, classic frame. Last weekend, we joined Jamie and Ashwin in New York City for their Tribeca Rooftop wedding. Choice prop for many guests of the night? The gold frame, of course! Check out a few of our favorites from the night featuring some of the lovely guests framing it up:
No room for a backdrop? No problem! Sometimes natural scenery serves as a better backdrop than anything we could add to a seamless. If you're planning a party this autumn, why not use the beautiful, natural fall foliage as a backdrop? Check out how one wedding incorporated the lower Manhattan skyline as their backdrop on a party aboard the Honorable William Wall ship over the summer. Even the setting sun contributed to their backdrop, changing the scenery every minute making each picture unique.
Martha Stewart's Wedding Party last weekend featured dozens of talented wedding professionals, and it was such a treat for us, at The Booth, to be amongst such a wonderful and creative crowd. Ara Farnam of Rock Paper Scissors styled our set and tables beautifully (as always), and the teriffic folks at Sugar Flower Cake Shop even loaned us a gorgeous cake (pictured below). We were especially delighted to have captured Martha, herself-- even in passing-- with a camera in tow!
While a white backdrop is our classic look, we are always thrilled to work with the setting at events. This gorgeous wedding was in Hudson, NY, and the character of the industrial space called for something a little different. We love the effect of the weathered brick (and the dancers aren't bad, either)!