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Instant Photo Print with Frames

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 6,599.00 price including tax

Live / Instant photo print can bring more excitement for your event. This activity is best suitable for all type of events like birthday parties, wedding ceremony, corporate events, social gathering, engagement ceremony, reception, kitty parties, etc. For every guest who attends the party, we click their most adorable pics and hand them over instantly, Photo print is the best entertainment activity and solution for return gifts also.

Includes :

  • Photographer and technician.
  • All equipment needed for instant photo print like camera, photo printer etc
  • We can also imprint a messages or logo (your brand) on the photos to give your guests a truly personalised gift of the evening.
  • 100 instant prints and Paper Photo frames.

Requirements :

  • Sufficient place and table is required for this  setup.

Note :

  • All captured digital photos will be delivered in a DVD/Pen drive after an event.
  • Power supply and backup needs to be taken care from your side.
  • We will help to setup photo booth/ Background for the photo-shoot with additional cost.
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  1. Maw

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