We have PHOTOGRAPHERS and VIDEOGRAPHERS for your Sweet 16 or Quinceañera in NJ!
Looking for a great photographer (or videographer) for your quinceañera, Sweet 16 party or Bat Mitzvah? Look no further. We have a staff of affordable photographers and videographers that travel all within New Jersey.
Most families spend around $2,000 on a NJ Sweet 16 photographer. If you need video, its about $1,500– but this varies based on the hours you need. All travel is included within NJ and you get your photos back within 45 days!
We know planning a party isn’t cheap—thats why we allow families to make flexible monthly payments plans!
A Sweet 16 is a special milestone birthday that calls for a fun party with family and friends. However, so many things go into the perfect Sweet 16 party that it can be overwhelming.
From the venue and food to the guest list, entertainment, and decorations, planning a Sweet 16 birthday party can be a big decision.
That’s why it’s important to have a budget and plan before you start planning all the details.
We serve all of NJ. Some of our favorite Sweet 16 and Quinceanera locations to hold the party:
Sterling Ballroom Tinton Falls
Coral Ballroom (Or Atlantic) Toms River
Elements/ – Manahawkin
Did you know?
1. Gift of a Doll
Quinceañera is a celebration of passage to ultimate adulthood. One of the ways of symbolizing it is to gift the young girl with a last “doll“. This is a symbolic lifetime gift to show she is actually leaving her childhood. The doll is usually dressed in clothes matching color with the actual quinceañera’s dress.
2. Changing of the shoes
During the reception, there is usually a ritual of the father or a representant changing shoes. She changes her shoes for heels, showing that now she is becoming an adult. This is often an emotional moment for family of letting her become a woman. Browse shoe options here.
3. Quinceañera Pillow
It is a popular tradition to have a fancy pillow with the quinceañera’s name on it . The name on the pillow often matches color with the girl’s clothes.
A few girls choose not to have a formal dance in their quinceañera however dancing waltz, specially dancing the first waltz with her father is a tradition and an emotional moment for the family.