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Party Like the 80’s

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Metropolist is a 5500 square foot Award Winning Space located in a historic building in Sodo. We enjoyed the luxury of conducting a photo booth for a celebration of multi-able birthdays. We ran the photo booth in the lobby of the Urban bright studio. The theme was “Party like the 80’s”. We designed an original text for the photo strips.

The studio can be customized to fit your needs with different seating arrangements. With hardwood floors, 14 foot walls, 25 foot vaulted ceilings, open kitchen and an easy movable bar you can’t go wrong holding your wedding, meeting or party here.




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Newport Yacht Club

A Rocking Bat Mitzvah

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A lively event space to run a photo booth for a A Rocking Bat Mitzvah. The Newport Yacht Club with two floors, a full kitchen with a buffet serving counter was ideal for this party! The photo booth positioned at the entrance executed faultlessly as everyone arrived. We originated a Rock & Roll themed template to cohere with the party theme. Upstairs in the 1,700 square foot room the DJ entertained with music as the guests mingled, ate & drank.

What I loved most about this event space was the outside deck with an amazing view, gazing over the pool, Marina and Lake Washington. It’s an excellent space for meetings, parties & weddings. A pool? Perhaps a pool Party! Now that sounds like a spirited activity.


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The Alley

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Looking for a hangout to enjoy some lavish & entertaining fun? Usher a couple friends or book a small party to the hidden undisclosed bar in West Seattle behind Be’s restaurant tagged the Alley.

When I first discovered the Alley ~ I was like WHAT?… As I advanced toward the bar the exterior of the building looked a bit beat up, yet the inner was elegant, high-class & intimate. My initial encounter with Jade (the owner) was to explore the new backdoor bar. Jade revealed the mystical locker number was 166…. With no conception with what that implied & feeling confused, I grabbed a neighboring seat by the lockers. I admitted to Jade I had no clue on how to enter.



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