SAY HELLO TO OUR BRIDAL SHOW BOOTH
WHAT A PROJECT!!! as with anything we seem to do we bit off more than we could chew and decided to build EVERYTHING from scratch!!! we constructed all the corrugated metal wall panels at our house in four by eight foot sections...framed and secured every individual piece of wood panel on the table, media cabinet, and booth divider wall, a total of over 400 screws...all requiring pilot holes!!! we also placed the floor in the booth, custom built all the lights, and sign holders. WHEW!!! this was seriously a monumental undertaking that looked waaaaaaaaay easier on paper when we drew it out but in actuality took a couple weeks of late nights filled with construction, trips to home depot, laughing, swearing, smashed fingers, and cut hands. oh, and to make matters even more fun it took over 3 hours to load everything into two cargo vans and transport it to the bridal show, then over eight hours to construct it all on site and another three to tear it all down after the show. holy balls it was a LOT of work.
all in all though, this booth build was a biznitch to complete but after seeing it all put together we were both SO SO SO SO SO pleased with how it all came together! we might be a little partial but it was definitely the bell of the ball and was a huge hit with couples and fellow vendors :) :) :)
a HUGE HUGE HUGE thanks to our associate photographer and friend extraordinaire CHANTASTIC and his lovely wife nellie for their help with the concepting and construction of this gigantabooth!
sooooo...here she is, 10x16 feet of the image is found / smilebooth handmade goodness :)
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