A Valentine Masquerade Ball

It’s been a while since I last posted in this blog site of ours and I very much missed blogging big time! πŸ™‚ Not only does it serve as my creative outlet whenever I’m stressed or brimming with excitement with regards to the recent adventures I went through this past week but it also serves as my therapy in a way to put into words all those feels and emotions that I seem to experience with every new thing that I embark on.

Photo of me and Ate Niz playing around the booth as we were the first ones to test the prints :)
Photo of me and Ate Niz playing around the booth as we were the first ones to test the prints πŸ™‚


Work had been a flutter of meetings and other happenings which involved a lot of planning and follow upping to the various parties concerned. Nonetheless, I am learning a lot and will continue to learn more in the coming days. School had also been quite demanding especially since our fund raising activity to finance our Thailand trip is due in a few weeks time so I guess its crunch time for all of us. πŸ™‚

Our photo booth meanwhile is doing well,Β  I may presume since people are actively inquiring about our rates left and right and also they are asking if they can book us on their preferred dates. Last week we were invited to cover the very first “Valentine Masquerade Party” in one of the most prestigious Maritime schools in the country located in Las Pinas namely PMMS (Philippine Merchant Marine School) which was founded even way before our time and has flourished throughout the years raising the bar high with regards to Maritime Education.

Students were all dressed to the nines and everyone was definitely excited to get the party started as evidenced by the long queues outside the school premises. πŸ™‚ The excitement of the students from the various courses were palpable because when the emcees started the program they were welcomed with a resounding applause. Hoots and cheers from the crowd also reverberated around the premises.

Me and P playing around with the various props in our booth
Me and P playing around with the various props in our booth

Booths were all over the place as the students advertised their goods to be sold such as fish balls, cupcakes and other eye catching stalls. Our booth was located near the edge of the basketball court and students flocked to the long queue just to have their photos taken to serve as souvenirs for this very first ball. They were all very eager to tag their friends in their group shots and even messaged us privately to send them their individual shots of their pictures. What I like best about our booth is that you definitely get what you pay for since we have unlimited photo standees, photos, props and we also upload the individual shots in our webpage not only the photo booth shots. Plus we also give out on the same day a CD which has all the collated photos from the whole event! πŸ™‚ Plus were really affordable for just 3,500 you will surely get your money’s worth.

Thank you for choosing us to cover your event.
Thank you for choosing us to cover your event.

Kudos to the management and to the administration of PMMS for the success of this event πŸ™‚

You can check out the full set of photos here.


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