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Almost all of our weddings this season will have photobooths at them. We can't tell you how excited we are for this!  While you may not have time to take a photo with every guest (hint you won't) having a photobooth at your reception ensures that you will have plenty of great memories from those guests that you will be able to look back on (and laugh at) for many years to come. Its time to replenish our box of photo booth props and I thought I would solicit your help. What types of crazy/creative props would you like to see added to our collection of fake mustaches, lips, hats and picture frames in our photobooths this year?

How did we get to be so lucky to have so many good (read great) looking and awesome to hang out with couples this year?  Julie and Ryan are definitely no exception.  Not only did we get to have a blast shooting their engagement photos we also did some bridal photos with Julie (You'll have to wait until after their June wedding to see those photos but spoiler alert: her dress is gorgeous!) 

I had a blast hanging out with Ashlee and Michael and shooting their engagement pictures. They are both so easy going and up for anything. We started out at the Shelby Street Bridge (aka the walking bridge) and got some great photos of them with the Nashville skyline in the background. We can't wait to photograph their October wedding! Enjoy this sneak peak from their engagement session!

This past weekend I got to do a photobooth for a seriously awesome couple.  They had their reception at a really unique Nashville venue, the Stadium Club at LP Field.   The venue has great views of the Nashville skyline and is a great place for any Tennessee Titans fans to have their event.  Everyone had a blast in the photobooth especially with all the unique custom props that were on hand.  Scroll down for a few of my favorite photos and click here for the full gallery.