The Mountain View Country Club staff crafted a marvelous selection of hors d’oeuvres, dining selections and after dinner snacks for Avail and their guests. After dinner, the guests had the opportunity to participate in horse racing escapades. Avail employees were gifted tickets to be placed in boxes in front raffle items. After the raffle, Dorsey Houtz, President/CEO of Avail Technologies, Inc., thanked his employees for a very successful year. Avail employees and guests were then invited to the dance with the musical selections from And We Danced DJ Entertainment. While many guests were on the dance floor, others could not wait to grab some props and pose behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths Big Red Camera!
Avail Technologies chose a beautiful 2×6, 4-picture, black with gold snowflakes border to highlight their holiday extravaganza. The photo booth was stationed next to the long bank of windows in the ballroom. Guests were quickly donning hats, boas and glasses while grabbing hand held props between each picture. While in line, guests were giggling at the people behind the camera and even helping the posing guests with photo booth props. Avail guests didn’t only take one photo booth strip home but quite a few! Many posed with their significant others and also with friends. Avail’s President/CEO, Dorsey Houtz, made quite a few appearances behind the Big Red Camera with family and guests!
Thank you Avail Technologies, Inc. for choosing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be a part of your holiday season!
The Nittany Lion Inn arranged a captivating buffet for this years gala. The buffet included prime rib, chicken and an awesome selection of vegan entrees. The phenomenal dance music was provided by And We Danced DJ Entertainment! They kept the dance floor packed with dancers and not only played popular tunes but also international hits. One young man entertained the audience with his fraternity’s dance to “Atomic Dog” which also included awesome breakdancing moves.
The Graduate & Professional Student Association picked an awesome 2×6, 4-picture, black with gold snowflake border. This year, the photo booth was stationed inside the ballroom, allowing guests to dance over to the photo booth to pose for pictures. 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’ amazing pictures. Guests did not only take home one photo strip, but a few. They posed with their significant others and also with good friends. A few guests jumped into someone’s arms and posed for a picture in the carrying-the-bride-over-the-threshold style!
Thank you for a wonderful night! This was our “first post graduate year” doing the event! Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths hopes to be a part of next year’s Graduate & Professional Student Association Winter Gala!
State College, PA, January 18, 2020. — Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was announced a winner of the 2020 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards®, an accolade representing the top wedding professionals across the board in quality, service, responsiveness, and professionalism reviewed by couples on WeddingWire. A leader in the global wedding planning industry, WeddingWire continues its celebration of local wedding vendors with the announcement of its twelfth annual WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards® winners. To determine these distinguished wedding professionals, WeddingWire analyzed reviews across more than 20 service categories, from venues and caterers to florists and photographers to find the most highly rated vendors of the year. These winners exhibit superior professionalism, responsiveness, service, and quality when interacting with the millions of consumers who turn to WeddingWire to help ease their wedding planning process each month.
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Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had the recent pleasure of celebrating Avery and Griffin’s B’nai Mitzvah at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. Avery and Griffin chose a fun-filled, 4×6, 4-picture, paint splattered border for the nights picture posing activities. The brothers were not shy behind the Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera. They continuously changed props with friends and family as they posed behind the BIG camera. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths captured family and friends showing their charming smiles along with their silliness as they posed for pictures.
And We Danced DJ Entertainment furnished the lively tunes for all to enjoy that night and the stunning, blue uplighting which created an incredible ambiance. Star Valle Entertainment and Decor furnished the dazzling balloon decorations in the room. Balloons were mounted on the ceiling dangling over the dance floor, and balloons were crafted into beautiful center piece arrangements. Sara Rosenberger Blose of Bona Fide Photography was the wonderful photographer capturing the excitement and enthusiasm that night. The Penn Stater’s Eric Paul Olbrich was the awesome organizer for the B’nai Mitzvah helping the events run smoothly.
A Mitzvah service is an event where a 13-year-old boy or 12 or 13-year-old year girl is recognized as an adult in the Jewish tradition. They are now responsible and held accountable for performing the commandments that are in specified in the Torah. The Bar or Bat in front of the Mitzvah designates either a boy or girl. Bar or Bat Mitzvah means “son or daughter of the commandment.” If two or more boys celebrate their Mitzvah, it is called a B’nai Mitzvah. If two or more girls celebrate a Mitzvah, it is called a B’not Mitzvah. A B’nai Mitzvah is also the name used to designate if two or more people of different genders are celebrating a Mitzvah together.
Thank you Avery, Griffin, Kate and Stuart for choosing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be a part of your B’nai Mitzvah. Mazel Tov Avery and Griffin!
Seniors tossed their caps in the air in celebration. Everyone said goodbye to teachers and classmates, but there was still one thing left to do. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths loves being a part of one of the biggest moments in a students life, their high school graduation party!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had the pleasure of celebrating Skyelar’s 2019 graduation from Newport High School. And We Danced DJ Entertainment was playing old and new music for Skyelar’s family and friends while clouds billowed across the beautiful Pennsylvania sky. A little thunder, lightning and rain didn’t dampen the party or Skyelar’s spirits. People had fun standing behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths’ BIG camera while changing props between each picture. Photos were quickly printed and handed out to guests to enjoy and share.
Everyone immortalized Skyelar’s important milestone with an entertaining picture. Skyelar picked a lovely 2×6, 4-picture, blue and silver border with a blue graduation cap and diploma. The blue was one of Newport High School’s school colors along with white.
Skyelar was proud to display the graduation props Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had on hand. She posed with her sister, brother and other family members throughout the night. Her smile was huge behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera. After posing for the camera, friends and family gathered around to sign and decorate Skyelar’s photo booth memory book in commemoration of her 2019 graduation from Newport High School. As the stars began peeking through, friends and family continued to grab boas, hats, masks and hand held props while rain was pouring in the background. At the end of the night, Skyelar thanked Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths for making her celebration spectacular!
Thank you Skyelar for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be a part of your Class of 2019 celebration. Good luck as you continue your search for higher education and sportsmanship!
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!
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 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!