Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had the pleasure of providing photo booth fun for Penn State University’s Kappa Delta sorority as they celebrated their semi-formal at GodSpeed Events & Lodging. Everyone was excited and ready to party. Kappa Delta enticed guests with a buffet of food to satisfy everyone’s appetite. The sorority sisters and their guests were having an utterly fantastic experience with Lotsa Laffs!
Kappa Delta and their guests were going wild behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths’ Big Red camera. The women’s sorority chose a wonderful 2×6, 4-picture, pink photo booth template for the semi-formal that featured their sorority themed logo. Groups ranged from two to fifteen people that were eager to take some amusing pictures as well as the tried-and-true photo images behind the unique Big Red camera. Lotsa Laffs had a plethora of glasses, hats, handheld props, and boas to choose from while posing for the Big Red camera. Guests had ten seconds between shots to get ready with props before the Big Red camera flashed. The Big Red camera line was never idle. Guests were photobombing couples and groups throughout the event. The photobombed pictures were comical and dramatic. Lotsa Laffs made big time history when fifteen people posed behind the Big Red camera with props and smiles.
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was happy to provide all the members of Kappa Delta and their guests fun-filled moments with the Big Red camera. Some guests were silly behind the camera, and many showed their sweet natures and awesome smiles. Lotsa Laffs enjoyed working with Penn State’s Kappa Delta sorority and look forward to providing photo booth thrills at future Kappa Delta events. An awesome time was had by all!
Thank you, Penn State University’s Kappa Delta sorority for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be part of your amazing spring 2022 semi-formal!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had the pleasure of providing photo booth fun and exciting pictures to the Penn State’s Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women’s as they celebrated their semi-formal at the State College Mad Mex. Everyone was excited! And We Danced DJ Entertainment had folks hitting the dance floor while many others were quick to take pictures with fraternity sisters and their mates.
The guests were dressed to the nines and ready to party. Mad Mex provided a lavish buffet of food to satisfy everyone’s appetite. The fraternity sisters and their guests were having an utterly fantastic experience with And We Danced DJ Entertainment and Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths!
Pi Beta Phi and their guests were going wild behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths’ Orange Crush camera. The women’s fraternity chose a wonderful 2×6, 4-picture, with a eucalyptus infused white photo booth template for the semi-formal. Small and large groups were eager to get behind the Orange Crush camera and take some fabulous photos to remember the event. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had a plethora of glasses, hats, handheld props, and boas to choose from while posing for the camera. Guests learned that ten seconds is a short time span to grab props, place props, and pose for the camera before quickly preparing for the next photo. By the end of the event, many had their props in hand and were quickly changing before the next picture.
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was happy to provide all the members of Pi Beta Phi and their guests fun-filled moments with their Orange Crush camera. Some guests were silly behind the camera, and many showed their sweet natures and awesome smiles. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths enjoyed working with Penn State’s Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women and look forward to providing photo booth thrills at future Pi Beta Phi events.
Thank you, Penn State’s Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths to be part of your semi-formal!
Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had the pleasure of celebrating Lex’s sixteenth birthday at the Joshua House located in Tyrone, Pennsylvania. 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. Lex’s mother set up, decorated and prepared the marvelous selection of delicious food and scrumptious soup for the birthday girl’s guests and family. Lex made sure to dance and take pictures with her three older brothers, mom, dad and friends. Lex’s guests sang “Happy Birthday” with the help of And We Danced DJ Entertainment to her before blowing out the sixteen candles on her cake. She thanked everyone for attending and couldn’t wait to dance and take pictures!
Lex chose an exquisite 2×6, 4-picture, black and gold glitter border template for her birthday celebration. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had birthday handheld props available for guests along with silly hats, boas, glasses and masks. Once the guests were behind the camera, they were quickly changing their props for each picture. The photo booth was never idle and always had guests behind the BIG red camera. 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 main purpose of a sweet sixteen party in the United States is the celebration of a child maturing into young adulthood. A sweet sixteen party can be simple or very elaborate. In the state of Pennsylvania, a newly turned sixteen year old can apply for a driver’s license. It is an exciting time because the sixteen year old begins to take on more responsibility for themselves and their actions.
Thank you Lex for allowing Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths be part of your Sweet 16 celebration!
Vince and Megan were married in Denver, Colorado and decided to have a reception in the State College area for friends and family. 2019 was the 10 year anniversary of their being a couple, and they emphasized that their wedding reception was a celebration of their first decade together!
Once guests were finished with dining on some fabulous food, they quickly walked over to the photo booth area to begin creating their dazzling ensembles. They began trying on flamboyant hats that would set the stage for their photo session. Many grabbed boas and masks along with hand held props to generate spectacular pictures. Everybody was ready to pose for the camera.
Guests were eager to dance the night away to the grooves, lights and emceeing of And We Danced DJ Entertainment while mugging for their picture at the photo booth. Many people made sure to take a picture with their significant other. Groups started to build with friends trying to outdo each other with the hilarious props! We were laughing so hard as people squished behind the camera. Photo bombing was the norm later in the night as guests kept the hilarity soaring. No one wanted to leave at the end of the night. We really enjoyed the opportunity to party with these fine people.
At the end of the night, many of the guests thanked Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths for a great time! We had a totally awesome time ourselves, and we thank Vince and Megan for inviting us to provide photo booth fun for their wedding reception. Many congratulations to both of you and good luck to you in Denver, Colorado!
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!
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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!