Photo Booth San Diego | Daniel + Ruth

It’s not surprising that a lot of couples want photo booth San Diego services on their special day. It’s fun. It encourages people to participate. It captures memories in a unique way. And in a venue like Luce Loft, you’ll get amazing results.

This is why I can say Daniel and Ruth made the right choice when they decided to have a photo booth on their wedding day.

Luce Loft is actually one of my favorite wedding venues in San Diego. With its industrial appeal, it’s a blank canvas. It leaves so much room for creativity and personalization. You can have weddings and events you can truly call your own.

The couple, in this case, chose a blank cement wall. The background may be raw, but it gave the photo booth a unique flavor. I also got to hang out with the couples’ friends when the day started. From there, I knew that this photo booth is going to be a huge hit. They were a fun bunch! 

When the photo booth San Diego service started, my thoughts were confirmed. Everyone grabbed the chance to be part of it! The kids had fun moving around as their photos were taken. Even some of the elderly played a role! Daniel and Ruth took them there to do a few poses. This is definitely going to be a priceless memento they’ll enjoy through the years. 

Once again, I have proven that a photo booth is a must-have for every event. My open air photo booth is actually one of the most common item added to my packages. I am extremely grateful that I was given the chance to give my photo booth San Diego service to Daniel and Ruth’s special day. It gave me the chance to meet a beautiful group of people who have nothing but love to spread around.

Click here if you would like to check out some of Daniel and Ruth’s wedding photos.


Vendors that worked on this wedding with me:

Coordination and design: Tangerine Event Planning

Flowers: Kim Chi Floral Designs

Rentals: Folklore Vintage Rentals & Platinum Events Rental

Catering: Angel Catering

Dessert table: The Pie Hole

Cake and cookies: David Pham

Makeup: Dorothy Thi