Brothers Sam and Joe Eitzen never meant to start a photo booth business. But what began as a way to help a friend devise a photo booth for their wedding soon evolved into an in-demand business that the brothers call The SnapBar.
The first version of the SnapBar photo booth consisted of a simple wooden box that housed a camera, an iPad, and their respective bundle of cords. The simple concept was a huge hit with party guests, and soon Sam and Joe were toting their handmade “wooden photo box” to private events around Seattle.
The SnapBar has since expanded across the Pacific Northwest and added custom activations for marketing and entertainment clients. These custom photo booths require extensive event design know-how, including interviewing clients about their goals and coming up with photo booth setups that match both the aesthetic and technical requirements of each event space.
“Paper plays an important role in our internal product design process and our custom activation design process. When we have an idea, even if it’s ridiculous, we like to document it. Where we used to use pen and paper, we now use Paper and Pencil." Sam says.
With wedding and other spring season events fast approaching, the brothers are gearing up for a packed schedule of celebrations and custom parties. If you're in the Pacific Northwest region, SnapBar will surely bring the life to your party.