Good morning Dotsas! We’re ready to start another week full of wedding inspiration, hopefully with our bellies full of good food after a good weekend. We’re bunkering down in the winter cold and snuggling with blankets and ugg boots. It’s not glamorous around these parts but we’re warm!
Kicking off our week – introducing you to one of our Ms Polka Dot’s Directory members and crowning one of them as our vendor of the week! It all starts with the Venues, doesn’t it? Then the Photography , the Cinematography. Then the Wedding Planners, the Celebrants and of course the Bridal Gowns. But you know what? We have everything in between too! So pop on over to Ms Polka Dot’s Directory and check it out!
Photobooths are only a relatively recent addition to weddings and each and every day they’re becoming more popular – giving you and your guests a chance to relax in front of the camera, get a little silly with weird and wonderful props and give yourself another lasting memory of your day.
Today’s vendor of the week, NSW, QLD and VIC based Flashback Photobooths start with the photobooth but have a brilliant range of options to customise your experience. From custom branding (with your names and wedding date perhaps?) cards, magnets, frames and even right down to a fun save the date option! Each package comes with free delivery, all images on USB or CD, a choice of black and white or colour strips and a leather album to add the strips and provide a place for your guests to write their well wishes.
We asked Evan from Flashback Photobooths five questions in five minutes -
What is your favourite after five drink?
A nice cold beer.
Your favourite weekend getaway?
My favourite getaway would be driving a couple of hours up or down the coats and staying somewhere new.
My favourite Restaurant is Stella Blue in Dee Why NSW – its priced well and the service is excellent!
What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?
Sunday morning you can find me eating scrambled eggs on toast with my fiancé somewhere in Freshwater, NSW.
Your favourite wedding story?
Favourite Wedding Story was how a friend proposed. He led his now wife on much like a Easter egg hunt..except each stop was preparing her for dinner and ultimately the big question. There were about 7 stops at various locations some stops had items (such as dress/ shoes etc) as well as clues as to where to go to next…it was very romantic.