Ian Wickham genuinely wants everyone who goes behind the curtain in his photo booth to come out beaming!

This reserved Downs local operates 3 photo booths for weddings and special events – and with In the Booth you get something very special.

When Ian was looking for a business, he set himself a challenge.  He wanted to move outside his comfort zone and meet lots of new people.  He wanted something that ticked the boxes of

□  bringing joy to his customers

□  putting the customer first

□  being fun and entertaining for any event and for all ages

□  creating lifelong memories

□  allowing an opportunity to give back to the community

He found the In the Booth franchise and has walked the walk on ticking those boxes.  With more than 100 events a year, “he offers more than anyone in the world.”  He offers much more than laughs on the night.  There are 15 different backdrops to match the event theme and plenty of optional items to choose from.

Guests have the chance to write notes in a guest photo book which give lifetime memories to the hosts.  This touch makes everyone feel very special.  People also have the chance to record a voice message to the hosts.  How special is it to be able to hear family voices from 18ths, 21sts, weddings or anniversaries far in to the future.  Recently a Stanthorpe couple choosing the 3 things to take when their house was under threat of fire, chose their dog, their passports and the guest book from the photo booth.  Says it all really!

Catering for all aged, even kids feel relaxed and are having loads of fun by the end of the evening.  There is an app to download, and there is a range of different photo styles, gifs, slowmo video options……something for everyone.

Ian gives back to his community in a variety of generous ways, and is ticking those boxes along his business journey with an eye to a bright future with every click of the photo booth camera.

So jump on in to In the Booth at https:/www.facebook.com/intheboothphotobooths and find your fun behind the curtain too.

 

A story by Molly B