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Paper Moon Shoppe

Paper Moon Shoppe


STARTING COST: $1050

About
     Paper Moon Shoppe is a Southern California photo booth company evoking vintage-esque grandeur at your events. We have the largest moon collection in the world with over 30 marvelous designs, 15 backdrops, and other vintage designs. We have been widely published. Our team meticulously transforms your space into a spectacular celestial showpiece. Setting up large-scaled set pieces, paper moons, backdrops, and clouds that look as though you were sitting right among the stars. Our open air-photo booth setups are the height of excellence. We provide more than what a standard photo booth company offers. You are essentially paying for an intricate art installation and a photography service; Offering a fast printing station, lighting, signage, unlimited souvenir prints, online albums, and high quality vintage props. Guests are astonished seeing our typewriters, where they are able to instantly email portraits to themselves. Invest in a service that is an excellent thing of its kind and give your guests a marvelous opportunity to travel back in time. 
CLIENTELE ANDCOLLABORATIONS
Our big break happened in 2014 when we were asked to fabricate and send a moon to New York City for world renown artist Peter McGough to paint for the Bring Back the Ball Gala. ​ 2014-2019 Director Peter Bogdanovich from Paper Moon (1973), Youtube Celebs: Safiya Nygaard and Tyler Williams, Even and Zane, Designer Daddy, Aaron Barrett from Reel Big Fish, Wedding Designer: Hayley Paige, Star Wars Rogue One actor: Alan Tudyk, Bonnie Morgan from Rings, Amber Arden, Traci Hines, and many more of the worlds most notable couples and clients we can't speak details about. 2020 We worked with wedding + event planner Mindy Weiss Party Consultants and Andrew Haupt. Glamour Days: A Vintage Celebration with Amber Schwinn and Stephanie Stuart 2021 We did a Judy Garland inspired styled shoot with Kiss and Say I do Events with Allison Maldonado from Vintage Voyageur (Amazon Prime) and Seth Jubb at the Wilshire Ebell of Los Angeles and the Historic Clubhouse.