We are proud to present the very latest in photo booth technology and style to you in the form of the ‘Magic Mirror Photo Booth’. This fun and exciting new concept is taking the wedding and event scene by storm in 2016
– Takes up little space while being very stylish and eye catching
– Interacts with guests, while they have fun with each other in reflection
– Guests sign the screen and can add a comment
– Instant high quality prints handed to guests
You will of course be familiar with the traditional enclosed photo booth that has been common place at all types of events and functions for a few years now. They have proved really popular as a major focal point where guests can group together for instant photos of them in silly costume, funny poses and mischievous behaviour.
The new Magic Mirror takes photo booths to another dimension by packing all the previous functionality and loads of new features into a full length ornate mirror.
Guests will be tempted to interact with the mirror by the messages displayed on screen while also being able to see themselves and their friends in the reflection. It will take three photos by simple touchscreen pressing or even hand gestures.
One of the most popular features of the mirror seems to be the ability to sign a name or message on the photo using finger motions on the screen.
The final step is to approve the images and within seconds a high quality print will be available for your guests which always proves a highly amusing moment.
Included in the package price:
– Delivery, setup and removal
– 4 Hours runtime
– Box full of fun props
– Trained operator
– Unlimited hi res prints
– Images on USB stick and available online
We have various packages ranging from £495 to £795 depending on the day of the week, venue location and duration.
Please contact us to check availability or for further details. A £150 deposit is required to book the mirror.
We rent nationwide from our locations in: London, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.
We also have staff in the following ‘Home Counties’ (Kent, Essex, Surrey, Sussex, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire)