There are moments in life so significant that we will do anything to remember them, from having photos taken to snapping our own shots and even detailing them at great length in a journal or scrapbook. Technology may change the tools we use to document these moments-pen and paper replaced by blogging or tweeting, film strips replaced by digital cameras, etc.-but our ability to recognize the importance of capturing these moments remains apt. From birthday parties to proms and weddings, friends and family make these moments significant. While many of us have our own cameras, taking photos can often seem inorganic: we remove ourselves from those moments to make sure we can remember them later. How many times have we taken our cameras somewhere, felt like we were taking pictures the entire time, and walked away with only a few good shots (in most of which we are not present because we were taking the photo)? How many times have we completely forgotten our cameras, or brought them along with half-life battery charges? There is something much more organic and memorable about grabbing your nearest friends and spontaneously jumping into a photo booth, making the first four faces or doing the first four things that come to mind, and anxiously waiting for the photo strip to develop. The famous four-shot photo booth picture strip elicits nostalgia for many people, and it is perhaps the seemingly small difference between a premeditated photograph and the fast, four flashes that contribute to the rising popularity of photo booth rental. Many people have started to look into a local photo booth rental for their special occasions, a service offered by many companies, such as 4 Flashes Photo Booth in Dallas, Texas. Wedding photo booth rental is particularly growing in popularity because it takes an already momentous and nostalgic moment and combines it with the sentiments affiliated with photo booth fun. Wedding photo booth rental is also a great idea because it makes the occasion more unique and memorable for both guests, and the bride and groom.