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I just love this moment – a happy bride – looking out at her guests, celebrating love and having a great time – beautiful!!

Photo by Jaquilyn Shumate Photography

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Photo courtesy of A Simple Photo

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Photography and art enthusiasts, Alison Milne Design Studio is hosting the photographic works of Anthea Baxter-Page. Her exhibit – INDIA: Life and Lens opens Thursday, April 22nd, 2010.

The exhibition continues through to May 23rd, 2010. Viewing is by appointment Monday thru Friday and from 12-6 pm Saturdays and Sundays.

For more information please visit ANTHEA BAXTER-PAGE

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The Smilebooth is:

  • a fresh, new rendition of the classic, old school photobooth.
  • a dummy-proof way to get professional photos from your event – NO PHOTOGRAPHER needed!
  • a mini photography studio that inspires creative, silly, fabulous-looking photographs.
  • an exciting addition for any memorable event, party, wedding reception…

This self-functioning booth takes the guesswork out of producing professional photos of your event. It’s an effortless process for documenting events in an atmosphere that encourages a hot mess of fun and spontaneity.

Mango Studios launched the SMILEBOOTH in Canada last week and I attended the event with my friends from The Wedding Co. Below are a few images of us having some good ol’ Canadian-viking-cowboy fun!

I am a huge advocate of photobooths for weddings and events. This one, although not traditional, is a fantastic alternative for those daring to add a bit of fun to their next party. The brilliant part about this booth is the versatility of the backdrops. Amy, a prop stylist with Mango Studios, has designed and can design backdrops to suit your event, style, mood, etc. The possibilities for fun are endless!

Visit Mango Studios for more info on the SMILEBOOTH.

Want to try out the smilebooth? – Visit The Spring Wedding Show at The Drake Hotel on Saturday, May 1st, 2010

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One of my new favourite blogs to follow is Ruffled – they focus on modern vintage wedding inspirations and ideas. It is a beautiful blog with great photos and DIY projects. Here is one I just had to re-post about because I L-O-V-E photobooths and this DIY photobooth project is so sweet.

Here is the photo – click on RUFFLED for instructions and materials.

This project was also a great way for Laura, the bride, to get her fiance involved in a wedding project!

Photo courtesy of Ruffled.

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“We are born to love.”
— Helen Fisher

Image by Stephanie Gareri

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“In the end nothing we do or say in this lifetime will matter as much as the way we have loved one another.”

—  Daphne Rose Kingma

Image by Stephanie Gareri

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