Professional photographers Kirsten Cunningham and Penny Rohleder are seeking to add fun to any party.
They have started a new business, Confetti Cartel, which supplies a photo booth, props and professional help for events in Orange.
Ms Cunningham said the booth, specially made for them by her partner Damien Ivers, aimed to capture the fun.
"Weddings are a big scene for us but also corporate events, [wherever] there's a party," she said.
Event organisers can book them for three, four or five hour slots with costs starting from $1000.
She said a booth operator would be on site to ensure the quality of the photographs.
"We aim to be super-professional but we want to be super-fun," she said.
Ms Cunningham said they would also be supporting charity events in Orange including the White Tie Ball.
She is a wedding photographer with her own business, Kirsten Cunningham Photography while Ms Rohleder said she ran Penny May Photography which concentrates on family and child portraits.
The Willoughby family have been a fixture in the Orange Arcade selling football fan gear, model cars and hobby supplies but it has come to an end.
Willoughby's Model Cars and Football closed it doors for the final time on Saturday.
However, owner Paul Willoughby said they would re-open at a new premises in Lords Place near the former Kellys Hotel in mid-March.
Mr Willoughby said attempts to sell the business had not worked and instead he would open Willoughby's Model Cars and Hobbies as well as selling the football gear online.
He said the streamlined business would open Tuesdays-Saturdays. "There is no other place in the Central West doing it," he said.
A free skilled migration information forum for employers will be held at the CWA Hall in Robertson Park from 4.30pm-6.30pm on Wednesday March 18.
Regional Development Australia Central West CEO Sam Harma said there were new incentives for overseas skilled workers to live and work in regional Australia under the federal government's Skilled Migration Program.
Register at the Event Brite website.
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