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Mimi + BenSODO PARK PHOTO BOOTHSodo Park by Herban Feast - Seattle, WA


We’ve seen a lot of pretty weddings, but you just KNOW you are in for a treat when you are part of a wedding that involves Michelle Bernard from Married and More With Michelle. H-O-L-Y-C-O-W this was a feast for the eyes and a durn good time!

Mimi and Ben’s Sodo Park photo booth was staged in the northwest corner of the building and provided great access to folks as they donned horse heads, posed with inflatable guitars, did dubious things with a giant bone and much, much more.

When clients add a printer and choose the (2) 2×6 strip option we are on our toes as one strip is reserved for the couple whilst the other gets to walk away as a keepsake with some lucky guest. And while we offer a gorgeous 10×10 leather-bound scrapbook to place the couples’ strips in alongside well wishes from their guests, Michelle ponied up her own book that became chock-a-block full of amazing booth images and some of the sweetest anecdotes and sentiments we’ve ever seen.

This was SUCH as gorgeous event and Mimi + Ben’s guests were dropping serious heat in the booth all night long. Yeah a booth is fun at nearly any event, but it’s crews like this that really, really make for a memorable (and slightly scandalous) night of fun!


Hours: 3, 8pm – 11pm
Location: Sodo Park, in the NW corner
Backdrop: Glitter Ombre
Printing: Yes
Additional upgrades: Prop trunk, Deluxe background
Hashtag: #‎mimiandbeng‬
Client gallery: Mimi + Ben
Facebook: Mimi + Ben



Serving as a Sodo Park photo booth for Ali + Connors absolutely STUNNING wedding at Herban Feast’s premier catering hall in Seattle, WA was amazing – We were just another piece in a big puzzle put together by the incomparable planner Michelle Bernard from Married With Michelle. We don’t think we’ve ever seen this much eye candy and thoughtful design at a Seattle wedding ever before… Wow, just wow!

Sodo Park by Herban Feast is an industrial catering hall full of aged wood floors and posts with a rough and rustic charm that is uniquely its own. We were set up in the northeast corner near the entrance and guests kept coming back for more and more.

For this event they wanted to have the booth operational for cocktail hour and then again after dinner. Michelle had us begin set up at 3pm which was an hour before the ceremony. The booth was then charging a lesser rate, known as idle hours, during the ceremony before kicking into gear for cocktail hour. We then went idle again for two hours during dinner, toasts, first dances, cake cutting and such before firing it back up 9pm and rolling until midnight.

Our booth concept is wide open… Open air, if you will. Rather than one or two people sitting in a confessional style booth we pack in more people for more fun. This event holds our current record when Connor and 13 of his (very) close friends jammed into the frame.

Ali and Connors custom photo strip artwork from our Sodo Park photo booth

Ali and Connor worked with one of Michelle’s favorite designers to come up with style and branding elements that were all their own. These were passed to us and voila… A unique, custom design that stayed true to the look and feel of their wedding for their printed strips and guest keepsakes.


Hours: 5 active (5pm – 6pm, 8pm – 12am) and 3 idle (4pm – 5pm, 6pm – 8pm)
Location: Northeast corner
Backdrop: Gatsby
Printing: Yes, (2) 2×6 strips
Additional upgrades: Prop trunk
Hashtag: #aliandconorgethitched
Client gallery: Ali + Connor
Facebook: Ali + Connor