After formally retiring the flag for the night, guests quickly began browsing through the props to find appropriate items for their pictures. Penn State Army ROTC picked a lovely black background with gold and pewter decorative elements. The Army ROTC logo was prominently displayed alongside the event title for the night. Guests posed for 4 pictures that were then displayed on a 2×6 photo strip. Many cadets posed with their significant others or with other cadets while posing behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera. Take a look at the fun side the cadets displayed during the event!
Since the beginning of Penn State University in 1855, military training has been part of its curriculum. Lay personnel with experience in the military drilled the students. In the late nineteenth century, a full-time Professor of Military Science was assigned to Penn State. It wasn’t until the 1950s that military training was changed to military science training. By the 1960s, the Wagner Building was assigned for the Nittany Lion Battalion that is still in use today. In the early seventies, women became part of the battalion. The Penn State Nittany Lion Battalion is considered one of the top ROTC programs in our nation and consistently churns out cadets that perform consistently higher than their peers in Basic Officer Leadership Courses and in their units.
Thank you Penn State Army ROTC for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be a part of Penn State Army ROTC Dining Out 2019!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths spent a fantastic night with Penn State’s Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women as they celebrated their Sweetheart Formal at Mad Mex the night before Valentine’s Day. The Pi Beta Phi ladies were dressed to impress in various shades but predominantly in pinks, reds and white in celebration of the Valentine holiday. The ladies were escorted to the festivities by their significant others and were greeted by a DJ spinning danceable club hits. Mad Mex had a marvelous array of food available for the girls and their sweethearts, but no one could pass up a picture opportunity at the Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths photo setup.
Pi Beta Phi picked a beautiful 2×6, 4-picture, pink border designed by Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths that was enhanced with hearts, kisses and hugs for the event. Guests picked from an array of hats, hand-held Valentine props, masks, boas, glasses, and frames to dress themselves before heading behind the camera. Since there were four shots, and limited time between shots, guests grabbed a few extra props to change between sets. Guests were continuously smiling, posing and wowing the crowd with their awesome photo ideas. One couple jumped into their significant others arms and posed for a picture in the carrying-the-bride-over-the-threshold style.
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women promotes friendship, enriches members lives through community service, cultivates leadership among its members, and develops the intellect and integrity of their women members. The girls joining the women’s fraternity are afforded many benefits that include honor and respect, personal and intellectual growth, philanthropic service to others, sincere friendships, integrity and lifelong commitment. Members are part of a sister network that helps the girls grow personally and professionally throughout their lives. Pi Beta Phi members are very concerned with literacy and promote the need to read. Opportunities are available for members to receive scholarships as undergraduates, graduates and furthering their education with continuing education opportunities. In 2017 the chapter celebrated 150 years! If you are a young woman looking for a women’s fraternity at Penn State, take a look at Pi Beta Phi.
Thank you Pi Beta Phi for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be a part of your 2019 Sweetheart Formal!
Emily picked a beautiful 2×6, 4-picture border that was black with gold snowflakes for the event. The text was also in gold. Guests picked from an array of hats, hand-held props, masks, boas, glasses, and frames to dress themselves before heading behind the camera. Since there were four shots, and limited time between shots, guests grabbed a few extra props to change between sets. Many times friends were waiting along the sidelines before photobombing a few pictures. Family and friends were continuously smiling, posing and wowing the crowd with their awesome photo ideas. The prop that saw the most action that night was the plunger hat. This hat saw more action than a normal plunger sees in a year of unclogging facilities!
Geisinger’s Gray’s Woods Gastroenterology (GI) Department works with human digestive tracts and treats diseases occurring there. From the American Red Cross Responding to Emergencies manual, “The digestive system or gastrointestinal system is composed of organs that work to break down food, absorb nutrients and to eliminate waste” (American Red Cross 60). These GI doctors have training in internal medicine and advanced training in potential problems in the digestive tract. GI doctors are specialists that are typically seen after your primary care doctor makes a referral.
Thank you Emily and Geisinger’s Gray’s Woods Gastroenterology (GI) Department for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be part of your 2019 holiday party!
The Graduate & Professional Student Association picked an awesome 2×6, 4-picture, gold vine covered border. The border text and curtain were navy blue. Props were flying as quests quickly donned new hats, boas and glasses in the ten second time interval between pictures. Even though the line was long for pictures, everyone was giggling, helping people find some fantastic props and sometimes photobombing their friends photos. Guests did not only take home one photo strip, but a few. They posed with their significant others and also with friends. A few guests jumped into someone’s arms and posed for a picture in the carrying-the-bride-over-the-threshold style.
The Graduate & Professional Student Association consists of graduate and professional students attending Penn State University. The organization is recognized by the University and is the collective voice of the graduate and professional student body in the University’s administration, Board of Trustees, academic units and other external organizations that make decisions on behalf of students. The organization promotes leadership, social and service opportunities to all graduate and professional students. Throughout the school year, the organization plans events and activities to promote community among the graduates, professional students and their families.
Thank you for a wonderful night! This was our “senior year” doing the event! Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths hopes to be a part of next year’s Graduate & Professional Student Association Winter Gala!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths recently had an awesome night celebrating the holiday season with Loot Crate personnel at Clinton Lanes in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. Loot Crate is a West Coast online service that offers exclusive pop culture collectibles, clothing and gear to movies, TV shows, games, comics and much much more delivered to a customer’s door. It is a monthly recurring subscription box. According to Loot Crate’s website, “Loot Crate curates a crate full of cool and often exclusive items which are kept secret until the crates are delivered!” The Lock Haven location is Loot Crate’s East Coast distribution center.
Loot Crate’s East Coast distribution center planned a laid-back holiday celebration. Family members, old and young, along with Loot Crate personnel were invited to bowl, eat, talk, and have some fun. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was a BIG surprise from Loot Crate’s West Coast office. The day before the event, Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths custom designed the Loot Crate border with the graphics supplied by the West Coast Office. The design is a gray crate, symbolic of what is shipped by Loot Crate each month to customers.
Guests were very excited to have a photo booth present at their party. People either posed with props or without props. There were a few who got some bowling balls into some hilarious pictures. One bowling ball was wearing a pirate hat and mustache, while another posed with glasses and a hat. Another spectacular photo features a guest wearing a banana hat while the other guests were trying to eat the banana. It was a very entertaining night.
Is your venue giving you a problem where the photo booth will be too big for their venue space? This is not a problem with Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths is an open photo booth that can fit into tight spaces. Give us at least a 4 ft. x 6 ft. space, and we can provide your guests with a funtastic experience. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths always provides lots of laughs!
Thank you Loot Crate for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be part of your 2018 holiday party!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had an awesome night recently with the Middle Atlantic College Stores (MACS) organization. The group was in town holding their 48th annual meeting and buying show at the Nittany Lion Inn. The theme for this year’s event was football tailgating. Members were dressed in their favorite team’s sports jersey while dining on chicken wings, chipped beef, sausage and peppers, and other delicious tailgate foods and dessert.
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths designed a special 4×6, 4-picture, football skin event border with a football sailing through the goalpost. MACS attendees could be seen striking a pose for the camera. Boas, hats, large and small hand held props, glasses, and frames were repeatedly grabbed and discarded as the attendees struck a pose behind the camera. Each group would quickly don a prop and then pose for the picture. Take a look below at all the smiles MACS attendees wore for the camera!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment was leading some exciting party games along with music to keep the crowd entertained during the tailgate event. It was not surprising to see people running down to grab a straw and suck up a marshmallow before heading back to their places. Many MACS attendees not playing games were busy cheering on their favorite team or MACS person. Before leaving, many MACS attendees were busy marshmallow sculpting some really impressive pieces!
The Middle Atlantic College Stores Association is a nonprofit organization that strives to promote the general improvement of college stores in the Middle Atlantic region. They also further the professional growth of all of the members in their organization. The group is overseen by a board that changes membership each year. Membership in the organization is open to all college and K-12 stores that engage in the selling of books, supplies, or institutional merchandise necessary for students and faculty of an educational institution. Firms that sell to the stores defined previously can also be members of the organization. The Middle Atlantic region includes Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Thank you MACS for tailgating with Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths at your 48th annual meeting!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was part of Emma’s Sweet 16 party at Hollidaysburg’s U.S. Hotel Tavern. A masquerade was the theme for the event. Guests arrived wearing masks. If they didn’t have a mask, masks were available to wear for the night.
The U.S. Hotel Tavern provided a splendid display of food that guests were encouraged to eat throughout the night. And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided the birthday girl and guests with an awesome musical selection of hits to pull people onto the dance floor. A conga line was started when Pitbull’s “Fireball” began to play. The guests sang “Happy Birthday” to the 16-year old birthday girl. Cupcakes with various icings and flavors were available for guests to enjoy. Emma thanked everyone with a chocolate gift from Mid’s Candy of Ebensburg.
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had guests dancing, laughing, and posing behind their BIG camera. Emma and her parents began the night posing behind the camera followed by a whirlwind of Emma’s friends. Boas, hats, props, glasses, and frames where repeatedly grabbed and discarded as the girls struck a pose behind the camera. Each group would quickly don a prop and pose between pictures. Guests were then gifted with four photos in a border celebrating Emma’s birthday. Later in the evening, guests were dancing around with hats and boas. Take a look at the pictures below to see the awesome time the guests were having!
The history of a Sweet 16 party dates back to a time when a young woman was considered old enough to be presented to society to find a husband. Today, it is a coming of age party when a girl is shifting to young adulthood. There are various traditions that are part of a Sweet 16 party such as the lighting of sixteen candles, father/daughter dance, shoe game, and passing of heirlooms. The one tradition that is carried on at all parties is to blow out the candles on the cake. Just make sure to make a wish and hopefully it will come true!
Thank you Emma for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths be part of your Sweet 16 celebration!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was proud to be part of Michelle Jenkins and Mikel Umberger’s wedding celebration at The 903 in Middletown, Pennsylvania. Michelle wore a beautiful lace bridal gown from David’s Bridals with a two inch hot pink ribbon at the waist. Mikel sported a navy blue suit with a navy blue striped shirt.
Pastor Lee Hyman was the officiant for the ceremony. The 903’s C&J Catering presented a beautiful array of food for the bride, groom and guests. Kyrsten’s Sweet Designs prepared a stunning three-layer wedding cake, and an awesome cake depicting the Eagles football team’s teal jersey. Shawn Green of FairyTale Reflections Photography was busy snapping shots of the bride, groom and guests throughout the day. About Faces Caricatures busily created wonderful cartoon drawings for all the lucky people who posed for a caricature. And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided the sensational hot pink and blue uplighting, music, dance floor lighting and emceeing for the night. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was on hand to make people laugh as they posed for pictures behind their BIG camera.
Take a look at the awesome watercolor flower border Michelle picked for the day. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths provided the hot pink curtain background which really accented the hot pink color theme that night. The font on the border design matched the font Michelle and Mikel used for their pink and navy blue napkins. Michelle asked Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to make the font color for their names to be navy blue which is Mikel’s favorite color. Guests were not shy while stepping behind the camera with a variety of props. Michelle and Mikel even smiled, kissed and posed for the camera. Everyone behind the camera received a marvelous keepsake to remember the marriage of Mikel and Michelle.
Thank you Michelle and Mikel for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths capture some spectacular, funny and striking pictures that will leave everyone fondly smiling and reminiscing about your wonderful day!
The Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals organization was founded in 1983 by the Osmond Family, John Schneider, Mike Shannon and Joe Lake. The non-profit organization raises funds for children’s health issues. DQ has been a part of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital organization since 1984.
State College’s DQ also sold Miracle Balloons leading up to Miracle Treat Day to raise money for Geisinger Janet Weis Children’s Hospital. Two balloons were sold with valuable treat offers for purchasers. Currently, over $135 million has been raised from DQ donations for funding critical children’s treatments and healthcare, pediatric medical equipment, and charitable care.
Young and old alike were eating dairy treats and having fun behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera. Froggy 101, QWIK ROCK 105.9, and Majic 99 were also on hand with their well-known on-air radio personalities. Boss Frog and the Froggy mascot began the fun and excitement of DQ’s Miracle Treat Day. The Froggy mascot is always a big ham behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera! Froggy loves grabbing some props and posing for pictures. Drew Shannon and the QWIK ROCK crew had to weather the pouring rain, but their music and cheerful dispositions kept people smiling and enjoying the day. Majic 99’s Jerry Valeri kept people hopping to old and new hits.
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had a marvelous time with the people that stopped by to have some fun behind the camera. No one was camera shy. Everyone that posed for a picture had the opportunity to pick one of two photo borders. The borders were dripping chocolate or vanilla ice cream with rainbow jimmies. Of course, chocolate was the favorite border of the day. Once the border was chosen, the fun began!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths can’t wait until next year for State College’s DQ Chill and Grill Miracle Treat Day!
June 13th was the last day of school for the State College Area school district. As kids were leaving their school buildings, a phrase was being chanted by the kids and teens from an Alice Cooper song, “School’s out for Summer!” At Gray’s Woods Elementary, kids were saying goodbye to their teachers and heading to State College’s Dairy Queen for a few hours of fun, photos and ice cream. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had their BIG camera ready for kids to say, “Hello Summer!”
State College’s Dairy Queen had Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths, Home Depot, games and coloring fun on hand for the Gray’s Woods Elementary kids to celebrate the beginning of summer vacation. Home Depot had kits for kids to build such as model airplanes, and Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was indoors taking pictures of friends, families and teachers posing with various hats, boas, hand held props and glasses. Each group posing for a picture had the chance to pick one of four ‘Hello Summer’ border designs to offset their photo fun. The groups posed for four pictures and received a photo strip with their chosen photo border.
Froggy 101 was also doing a live broadcast featuring the fun that was available for kids celebrating the beginning of summer vacation. Froggy’s mascot, Froggy, was not camera shy. The mascot was quick to get behind the camera, try on a hat, pick a border and pose for a picture. Kids had an opportunity to also pose with Froggy behind the camera.
Dairy Queen was the big sponsor for the Gray’s Woods Elementary School ‘Hello Summer’ event. During the event, and later in the evening, Dairy Queen generously donated a portion of their proceeds to help the various programs sponsored at the Gray’s Woods Elementary School. It was a great day with the added dose of helping a local school!
Thank you Dairy Queen for inviting Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be a part of the the DQ Gray’s Woods Elementary Hello Summer event. Have an awesome summer!