If you’re looking to go beyond the traditional DJ and band entertainment, here’s what we’re predicting to see more of in 2014:
Slow Motion Photo Booths – This video sensation went viral at the end of August, and everyone’s been asking, “What’s a slow motion photo booth?” According to Super Frogs Saves Tokyo, they used a RED Epic camera that shot 160 frames per second! Now, that’s a lot of photos. Since the music is muted, be sure to have Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” playing in the background.
Britney & Ben
Q&A with the Bride:
Which three details from your wedding were your favorites?
There were so many things we loved about our wedding but three things that stood out the most to me were our Unity Painting, the Mad Lib games I created for the guests, and the guest book tree that my husband drew. (I also loved my dress and his bowtie!)
If you could offer one piece of advice for other couples planning their wedding, what would it be?
Be sure to choose a color palette that is readily available! We had difficulty finding things in grays and yellows throughout the planning process. This was our biggest “obstacle.”
Give us the one moment in your wedding day you can’t stop thinking about.
We decided to do a “first look” and have all our photos taken prior to the ceremony. The time that we got to spend alone, in front of the camera, is the part of the day I cherish most.