A few questions that we get asked often. If you have a question that wasn’t answered by the below, please just ask!
Generally we work within the South West of England and South Wales, although we are happy to travel anywhere providing our costs are covered.
We will need an area of at least 3m (L) x 2m (W) for our DJ setup. The dimensions of our photo booth are 2m(L) x 1.2m (W) x 2.1m (H) and we will need space around this to physically put it together.
Yes, providing there is a dry and level surface (ie. not grass) that is well protected from the elements. If there is not substantial shelter, however, this will not be possible.
We will need at least one 13 amp outlet available within a 5 metre radius of the set-up area.
Yes, various filters can be applied to the photos via the touch-screen monitor. We can also add your event or brand name to the prints.
Yes, you will get a copy of all photos taken on a USB memory stick. In addition to this, images can be sent directly to your social media account or email address if the photo booth can access Wi-Fi while at the venue.
For most events we will need 1.5 hours to set up and around one hour to pack away. However, dependant on venue access and the services you have booked we may require longer.
For the most part it is advisable for our equipment to be set up before guests enter the room to avoid any disruption. At weddings in particular this can often be several hours before our services are actually needed. For example, you may not need the disco to start until 7pm, but guests are entering the room at 4pm for the wedding breakfast and speeches. In this scenario we would set up early and there would be an additional fee for those three idle hours.
Yes. We provide an array of multi-coloured effects lights as standard to create a great party atmosphere.
Yes, we are happy to leave background music running during any idle hours.
If you are happy with the quotation, we will send you our contract agreement which secures all aspects of the booking in writing. We will also send you an invoice for the deposit fee (usually £100). Once the contract is signed and the deposit is paid, your booking will be confirmed and all that will be left to do is pay the balance which will be due one week before the date of the event.
Good question. If you’re looking for any events related services – no matter how big or small – please get in touch to find out how we can help!