Meg & Barry get married in Launceston!




Ladies & gents……The bride & groom!!

Meg was the first person to believe in Yellowbooth when we first started out almost 2 years ago! I first met Meg in her hair salon ‘Making Waves’ where she has looked after me ever since (not only with the hair but all matters in life!) The moment Barry proposed to her she announced she would book us for her wedding reception!! Back in those days bookings were slowly trickling in and it really bolstered our confidence when Meg wanted us. That meant a lot! Nowadays, Meg is working with us with her very own photobooth in the building stages.

Meg looked absolutely gorgeous in her glamorous white lace dress – she looked every bit the beautiful bride. Barry looked amazing in tails – they are the perfect couple.



It’s only Meg’s bridesmaids!!

What a day! They married at 1pm and the sun was out. The whole day was sunny and perfect for the romantic white wedding. Their timing couldn’t have been more spot on what with the heavy rains the day before.



Man of the match & friends!!


Things got very lively in the evening and before I knew it, the night time reception flew. Loads of everything were on offer – great big trays of tasty treats including strawberry scones and the best little Cornish pasties ever baked! All here at Meg & Barry’s do. Nobody starved!! (including me!) 🙂



Meg & Nan & Aunty Sal

The best thing about the wedding for me, was the chance to put faces to names. In my mind, I’d already met Meg’s mum & dad, nan & aunty Sal and they were even nicer than I’d imagined!



 Making Waves are in the building!

I’m so glad that everyone enjoyed the white wedding photo booth – it really couldn’t have been received with more enthusiasm than last night! It was especially nice to see the lovely salon girls taking the booth by storm!



Even doggies love the booth quite a lot!

Congratulations Meg & Barry Rutherford and all your family for an amazing wedding day! We hope you enjoy your memories for many years to come

All our love! Caz & Laurence xxx




Boathouse Photo Booth Bath for Tim & Mali’s wedding … plus cake heaven!!

Boathouse - Bath


A stunning riverside wedding venue – The Boathouse in Bath.

Last night we took a trip up to The Boathouse riverside pub & rooms in Bath for the wedding of Mali & Tim Stevens and had a lovely time!




Tim & Mali – newly wed!!


The happy newlyweds turned out to be the warmest and friendliest of couples and insistent from the moment we met them that we were to get stuck into all the goodies. We looked around – we were SURROUNDED by goodies! At every turn there were giant plates laden with cakes – a fantasy of all things sponge!


That wedding cake! Zowee! Hope it tasted as good as it looked and smelled!!


You’ve heard of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, this was a case of Mali & the Chocolate (& lemon & cherry & scone!) Factory. But all were home made and delicious!

Readers of my yellowbooth blog will be familiar with my love affair with the wonderful world of sponge! Sponge cakes, rainbow cake, lemon drizzle. Mali & Tim had it all! Succulent lemon drizzle, tasty scones & clotted cream and the huge multi-tiered sponge wedding cake – caked in fruit and cream – one whiff and I was a gonna!

This was a wedding that cost me some mega calories – hey ho I’ll sign up with a gym on Monday !




Fun in the booth!


Fun outside of the booth, too! 🙂



Mali in the booth!

The highlight of the night was when the band came on – with our groom Tim on the guitar and mike and the bridesmaid on keyboards. A unique wedding night – everyone danced, what remained of the night, away. We all loved it!!

During the latter end of the evening after cleaning up all those pesky loose feathers we said our goodbyes and Mali generously packed a huge box with her luxury orange and blue cupcakes for our breakfast! Love the thought of that – cake for breaky! Could be the start of a new morning regime in the Yellowbooth household. 🙂
Congratulations Mali & Tim! It was so lovely to meet you both!!


Gemma races to her photo booth party at Brympton, South West!


Saturday’s wedding venue – the Orangerie at Brympton d’Evercy

Sometimes things overrun at a wedding – it’s not unheard of that the best man’s speech is longer than expected or, as in Saturday night,

the guests were having such a good time they were not in too much of a hurry to get stuck into the wedding breakfast. We were booked to start the photo booth at 8pm but it wasn’t until 9.30pm that we saw anyone! To my surprise the first person I saw was the bride – DOING A HIGH SPEED DASH!


Olly & Gemma – the bride & groom!


When I first laid eyes on our lovely bride Gemma at Brympton House she was RUNNING  faster than Usain Bolt! Lucky for her groom Olly she wasn’t making a getaway from him but rather heading over to us in a separate location, the Orangerie (venue for the reception), trying to avoid getting drenched from the rain.



Brympton House … in the rain (just before the Bride’s 40 yard dash!)

Danielle, the Brympton’s interiors designer has a miraculous way about her – a rare talent. She is able to turn a room stuffed with old furniture and a few accessories into something out of a glossy magazine. At the previous wedding we worked at on the Thursday, Danielle had transformed the stone Orangerie with fairy lights, bunting and candles into a country chic idyll whilst on Saturday night she created a stylish contemporary setting with crystal pendulum chandeliers, vintage ornaments, fresh flowers and…



 a sumptuous ‘chocolate bar’ (how did I manage to resist?!)



Our white wedding booth – ready & waiting.




Watch out…there’s a photo bomber about!!



Our lovely new word props are really popular.


As the wedding party were delayed getting to us, we decided to keep the booth open for as long as we could after the allotted time – we didn’t want to close the booth whilst it was in full swing – there might have been a riot on our hands!! 🙂

Such really nice people. My favourite was Olly’s best man who was responsible for hunting down the bride and groom and putting them in the photo booth together. And at the end of the night took charge of the guest book so that no harm could come to it. He was definitely the Best Man by my reckoning (excluding the groom naturally!)!!
Congratulations to the happy couple! Thanks for having us along to your special day!


Jodie & Sean’s big wedding at Brympton House!

Brympton House

 Brympton D’Evercy – fab spot for a wedding (and a picnic!)


Last night…

we were pinching ourselves booked for the second time in one week at palatial Brympton House! What a breath-taking venue – one with the WOW factor for sure! Before we went on, we made the most of our surroundings with a lovely picnic amongst the wild flowers in the field.


Jodie & Sean get married!

Congratulations to happy couple Jodie & Sean Harris who were married here yesterday. The newlyweds are from Weymouth and brought their 200 or so guests with them from Dorset to glorious sunny Somerset.



Looking good in the booth!

This was a wedding that had everything – candles, sparklers, twinkly fairy lights, a band, a fluffy marshmallow tree, free flowing drinks, hog roast and little ole us snapping away thru the night in the photo booth as the wedding guests became more and more merry. 🙂


Our thanks to Jodie & Sean for booking Yellow booth for their special day. It was really nice to meet everyone and really nice to meet you too! xx