All the wedding guests loved the photo booth and receiving a keyring with a picture of them to keep forever. So many guests used the photo booth and went back many times as it was so much fun. Julie and Vikki were on duty and they said there were so much laughter and smiles. Choosing different backgrounds from the green screen added to the fun.
When the room was turned around and the disco was set up, we got all the wedding guests in to watch the happy couple cut the cake. There was a slight delay as Mum was not in the room and we waited for her to come back in. Straight after they did the first dance to A Thousand Years by Christina Perri, such a lovely song.
Sarah Brice from Studio Square was the photographer on the day. She took some great shots of the happy couple and their wedding guests. Everyone hit the dance floor about halfway through the first dance and stayed there for the rest of the evening.
A really good time was had by all the guests. although the weather was perfect, they were either inside the photo booth or on the dance floor. So many different shapes were thrown on the dance floor, even with some classic cheese that was requested by the bride and groom. Watching some guests doing the floss was fun.
The happy couple has asked for no pictures to go online, but a USB with a copy of all the pictures is on the way to them. I have uploaded a few below of how the venue looked.
The venue staff were very professional and friendly, they always do such a great job and I do love going in the Tythe Barn. Evening food was pizza and wow it was amazing, I had to go back for another slice.
I’m so glad the bride and groom chose Hotshots Entertainment to do their wedding entertainment. We had such a great time and would love to do it all over again. We wish you many years of happiness together and thank you again for booking with us.