F.A.Q

Daisy & Lord - explorer - Vintage photo booth dorset
Daisy & Jim Exploring the vintage world of the photobooth
  • Do you have Public Liability Insurance?
    • Yes - We have £2,000,000 public Liability Insurance. Copies are available on request.
  • Are you DBS (CRB) Checked?
    • Yes - For peace of mind we are both fully DBS (CRB) checked. Certificate copies are available on request.
  • How can I make a booking?
    • By e-mail or phone - visit our contact page or fill in the form at the top right of our website.
  • Are your props actually vintage?
    • Our oldest antique is a Swiss fireman's helmet dating back to the 1890's. One of our more modern purchases is an authentic Metropolitan police hat dating to our present era. Although the majority of our items are aged, we are more then happy to accumulate antiques of the future to ensure you and your guests continue to have a highly enjoyable experience with us.
  • How much do you charge?
    • Packages are £595.00.
  • How long will you attend?
    • Our standard booking time is 3 hours,
    • We want your event to be perfect so should you require us to be live for longer, do ask for a quote.
  • Do you supply props?
    • Yes - We have a large selection of hand picked quality items. form 1890 to the present day.
  • Do I get unlimited prints at my event?
    • Yes - You and your guests can visit our vintage booth as many times as they like.
  • Do I need to supply a deposit?
    • We require an initial payment of £100 to secure "The Vintage Photo Booth" at your event.
  • What payment methods do you accept?
    • Bank Transfer
    • Cheque
  • What quality are your photo's?
    • We use a professional DNP renowned for its outstanding print quality, long image lifespan and a true printer speed of 15.00 seconds.
  • What do you need at the venue?
    • We require:
      • A plug socket within 3 metres.
      • 3m width x 3m length x 2.3m in height.
      • Preferably adjacent to 2 walls.  
  • Can you go up stairs?
    • Yes - All our items can be carried into the venue.
  • How do I request an image to be removed from Facebook?
    • Contact us with a description or screen shot of the image and we will happily remove it for you.