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!

 

 

Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths had a marvelous evening celebrating the marriage of Jen Berkebile and Erik Schmalz at General Potter Farm on Saturday, June 2nd. Jen and Erik were definitely meant to be as they buzzed among guests, mugged behind the camera and danced the night away with And We Danced DJ Entertainment‘s awesome musical mixes. Smiles were always on their faces. The couple were also wonderful while behind the camera. They both have a great sense of humor and are loved by family members and their guests.

The couple were joined in marriage by their friend Joe Jividen at the Rhoneymeade Sculpture Garden & Arboretum. The bridesmaids sported bright poppy red dresses, while the groomsmen donned blue suits with poppy red ties. The bride was gorgeous in a beautiful taupe colored dress, while the groom wore a handsome blue suit. The bridal party were special friends from school and family members. No one was shy that night as they stood in line waiting for their turn at the photo booth. The bride was definitely number one that night as she sported the hand held number one prop behind the camera with her chums. The groom wasn’t far behind as he grinned along with his cronies and did some spectacular poses for the camera.

The photo booth had a never ending line as the night progressed. Young and old were not bashful when picking out hats, props and glasses. No one was chicken flashing behind the camera. Lotsa Laffs really means lots of laughs, and the guests were sure living up to our name. No one wanted to see the night end, but everyone had spectacular picture mementos to take home and reminisce about Jen and Erik’s walk down the aisle.

Thank you Jen and Erik 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!