Photobooth we love: LOOKLOOK

Because, when it comes to wedding day photos, more is more

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Image courtesy of LOOKLOOK

A photobooth is fast becoming an essential piece of kit for brides and grooms wanting to create extra-special pictures on their wedding day. (Seriously – how did we ever get through one without a prop box to hand?)

A favourite of ELLE’s is LOOKLOOK, one of the UK’s top booth hire services, which operates in London, South East England, Edinburgh, Glasgow and central Scotland.

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Not only does it produce incredible images – it’ll supply you with a ‘booth butler’ to ensure all goes smoothly – but the booths themselves look absolutely beautiful, meaning there’s no ugly Tardis-like contraption cluttering up your otherwise carefully curated reception space.

‘We are run by a team of artists, designers and photographers which means we can make our photo booths in-house – so there is nothing else like it on the market – and ensure perfect image quality,’ explains director Frances Spencer-Barton.

LOOKLOOK also boasts the UK's first GIF booth. We’ll leave you to contemplate the new wedding-day-memory-capturing potential of that…

Prices start at £545 for wedding hire. Visit looklook.co.uk for more information, or contact Frances Spencer-Barton on frances@looklook.co.uk / 0203 005 4926 to request the wedding brochure and free print samples.

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