In this, the first part of our Booth Beauties posts, we’ll take a look at some of the Dapper Dans we’ve had through the booth during a variety of weddings over the past year.
This hirsute brigade could be either an exercise in gentlemanly wedding style and poise or just an exposé of what happens when the boys take over… Let’s take a look and find out what the chaps have been up to in our booth.
Plenty of larking about is always to be had when the chaps take over the booth. Boys will be boys after all…
…But that’s not to say they’re not affectionate. Lots of man-hugs occur when the lads find themselves in our booth.
Much the same as larking about, being silly is what male wedding guests tend to do with ever more aplomb as the celebrations progress. Our animal heads are always popular for such purposes.
Pretending to be suave
Being all dressed up does affect one’s behaviour, but not for too long. Ties and jackets come off and then the real fun begins…
A very affectionate bunch they are in the booth, with plenty of kissing going on among the menfolk. Again, this tends to increase as the party wears on.
Finger-pointing the camera
A classic salute from groom or guests on top of their game. Cocky, jubilant and hopefully tinged with irony.
Camping it up
Handbags at dawn for these lads. Fairly well coordinated with their attire too.
Plenty of swagger on display here from the fellas, with everything from tiaras to ‘taches getting a look in. We love the hashtag backdrop too, very sleb chic.
One can only assume this is some fairly sarcastic pouting from this bunch. Good work on the fishlip mockery we say.
When the ‘wolfpack’ gets together, minor squabbles can break out easily. As a respectable event such as a wedding, a quick poke in the eye is an efficient response.
Yes, of course. The boys love a good pose, bringing those monday-morning-mirror stances right out into public view.
Well, that’s the men all wrapped up for now… tune in for our next booth beauties instalment where we’ll pick out our favourite all-girl contributions. To keep up to date with such essential and informative content, do give us a follow on Instagram, Facebook (UK or Australia) or Pinterest.