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click1We are excited to inform you that we have been nominated for the second year in a row for the “4 The Best” award by Detroit’s own WDIV, Channel 4.  In order for us to be the ”Best” we need your help!  Please visit the link below and vote for ShutterBooth.

http://wdiv.cityvoter.com/shutterbooth-photo-booth/biz/95881

Exemplary service and quality is at the core of our culture and we hope to have added something special to your event.  As always, thank you for your support and for helping us strive to be the “Best”.

Thank you for your support!

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As a partnered photo booth of The Knot, ShutterBooth partnered with the wedding professionals to provide a photo booth at Chicago’s Bridal Expo.  Click on the link below to view the fun the brides to be had with The Knot and ShutterBooth.

http://weddings.theknot.com/Real-Weddings/48711/view.aspx?type=1&id=48theknot711

bryanBryan had many guests that came to his party to congratulate him. Guests were treated to a slushie machine and a chocolate fountain. ShutterBooth kept busy with all age groups that ranged from the young kids up to the young at heart.  They enjoyed themselves by using the props we provided. Judging by the pictures, they were a hit!

BonnieStone Creek Banquet Hall provided such a beautiful setting for Reflections Photography and Bride To Be Video to capture lasting memories for Bonnie and Andrew. The crowd was entertained by Classic Sounds DJ service. There were lots of vibrant colored flowers and purple was the main color for the wedding. ShutterBooth saw a lot of action at this wedding! Bonnie and Andrew were very appreciative and had great people surrounding them at this event.

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Zuccaro’s was the place to be on July 18th for Trisha and Steve’s Wedding! Many of the guests thought the booth was so cool and they were not shy when it came time to pose for the camera. Whether it was one person or ten people in the booth, it was quite clear that they were having a ball! Green and black were the chosen theme colors of the wedding. There was an endless dessert bar that was filled with scrumptious treats to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth after a great meal. The music was provided by one of the unforgettable radio voices of the Detroit area, the talented Anne Carlini from WRIF. Thank goodness there was a box of flip-flops available for those that chose to let loose and cut a rug on the dance floor.  Fun music, sweet treats and ShutterBooth sounds like one memorable wedding!

CrofootThe Crofoot, what a cool place to have a wedding! Jennifer and Aaron exchanged vows on stage in the Ballroom. The Best Man orchestrated an amusing stunt and the Maid of Honor composed an original poem. The room was decked out in black and silver. The guests loved the booth. They were like seasoned Shutterbooth veterans from the first photo taken and the group shots were priceless!

At Stephanie and Tony’s wedding reception at the Royal Scot in Lansing, a lot of people got their pictures taken…a whole lot of people! The group of almost 300 made it into the booth over 200 times! That’s right, over 200. The bride and groom, who had been together since high school, had managed to accumulate dozens of great friends, and most of them must have been on hand this last Saturday. The crowd was great and kept us extremely busy the entire evening.

head_keepingkidsShutterBooth visted Comerica Park for the Keeping Kids in the Game charity event hosted by Carlos Guillen and Brandon Inge.

Guests toured the ballpark field and clubhouse, bid on priceless auction items, took pictures in the ShutterBooth and enjoyed a private fireworks show.

Special guests and Tigers players were on hand to raise money to Keep Kids in the Game, a benefit for children’s health and youth baseball.

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