Glynn Tee - Professional DJ

Southport, Merseyside
Verified bookings: 19
Reviews: 15
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I am a National award winning DJ, TV & radio presenter and Master of Ceremonies covering the Southport and Formby area.

During my twenty-two years as a DJ I have covered events across the United Kingdom, both as a mobile DJ and as a club DJ, hosting many Corporate Events for large name companies and organisations including Argos, Budweiser, Matalan, the National Association of Head Teachers and World Cheerleading Coalition (ICC Ltd).

Starting in 1997, I spent six years as a Party Bar/Club DJ before going onto a holiday camp where I was Entertainment Manager for three years. In 2005, I returned to club work and went mobile in 2008. I have worked as a full time mobile DJ for nine years covering Weddings, Birthdays, Anniversaries and many other special occasions, whilst obtaining qualifications in sound engineering, radio and television presenting and event planning.

I have an established background in the entertainment business. This background includes event management, local radio and television along with my work as a party DJ.

My work has featured all types of venues from nightclubs to shopping centres and at all types of events from Weddings and major Corporate Events to School Proms and Race Nights.

With my experience, working across the UK, I have the brilliant ability to judge the right style of music and create a great atmosphere by combining all genres of music with an outstanding professional microphone technique, which ensures my work is of the finest quality around and I continue receive outstanding reviews and repeat work from previous clients.

Through my work and training for radio, television and outside broadcasting, I am a very confident public speaker so you can be assured that you are getting the very best when it comes to any important announcement.

Having built a music collection covering all genres, with thousands upon thousands of songs, from the 1940s right up to the current chart and forthcoming releases, I like to think I always have something for everyone at your event.

I have worked in all types of environments from large scale night clubs and corporate events to holiday camps and children's parties and pride myself on being able to choose music for all different occasions and situations as well as taking on board your tastes in music.

My DJ career started in 1997 working as a trainee at a north Wales night club before establishing myself as a resident within a month.

By picking up tips and ideas from leading DJs, my work thrived and my residency at Scruples/Club Zinc led to it becoming one of the leading night clubs in Wales - winning a double Welsh Music Award for best pre-club event and best small club venue in 2000.

During this time, I established myself as a lead DJ on community radio station Shore FM going from overnights to daytime presenting within a two weeks - including an interview with HRH The Prince of Wales in 1999.

With a new management team in place at Scruples, I was quickly given spots in sister clubs in Manchester, Liverpool, Wrexham and London.

After spending two years on the road DJ-ing, I was offered a new challenge as an Entertainment Manager at a holiday camp. This opportunity allowed me to gain new experiences in a new environment where I would be able to learn valuable managerial and event planning experience.

This change of roles was in sharp contrast to the 90s 'club scene' but allowed me to broadened my scope on the different tastes in music and entertainment people wished to have gaining valuable experience over a three year period.

I believe music knowledge and people skills are key to being able to be a successful Wedding and Corporate DJ and this experience is one I have found to be crucial for my career.

In 2005, I returned to working within nightclubs to help establish a new venue, a challenge which allowed me to bring the knowledge acquired as an Entertainment Manager and assist with promotional business advertising.

After four years at the club, I decided to put my family first as, with the change to licensing on bar and club opening times, working until 4am or 6am did not seem fair on my family.

Since 2008, I have worked free-lance covering numerous events across the North West covering Weddings, Birthdays, Anniversaries, engagements, race nights, children's parties, school proms and more.

Having worked at major nightclubs, in management and in the media, I have established myself as a leading mobile DJ in Southport and the North West and ensures that I use top of the range equipment for both sound and light at all events to give your occasion the WOW-factor.

From high quality sound to controlled lighting and spot-lighting for your first dance - I offer a service than cannot be rivalled for quality and professionalism.

I have hosted Weddings, Corporate Events and special occasions at many established venues including Southport Floral Hall, Blackpool's Grand Theatre, The Vincent Hotel, Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Meols Hall, West Tower, The Royal Clifton Hotel and Spa, Ramada Plaza (Southport) and Hurlston Hall (Scarisbrick).

I have covered many large scale events including Sportsman's Dinners and Award Ceremonies working alongside star names including the late Bernard Manning and Howard Kendal and Everton FC legends Graeme Sharp and Kevin Radcliffe.

These events include World Cheer Coalition (ICC) Northern Cheer and Dance Championships, The National Association of Head Teachers' Annual Dinner and Dance since 2015, WorldNET - Europe's largest football supporters' tournament - for four years since 2013 and 'Le Classique de Danse' Awards for sequence and ballroom dancing at Southport Theatre and Floral Hall, for which I have been highly commended by organiser David Bullen.

I have also worked alongside headlining singers and bands including The Informers, Tommy Barron and Pretty Girl Rock along with numerous official tribute acts to artistes such as Bruno Mars, Olly Murs, Take That, Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue and Tom Jones.

For charity, I have represented Rock FM as part of their Cash For Kids charity campaign by hosting a 12-hour marathon DJ session in 2013 and, in all, my charity work at events has seen me help to raise in excess of £50,000 for local and national good causes including Clic Sargent, Queenscourt Hospice, Cancer Research, Zoe's Place, MacMillan Cancer and Liverpool Royal Hospital.

My equipment is fully PAT Tested and I have Public Liability Insurance of up to £5million.

15 Reviews
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Amanda Falk

Jan. 25, 2020

We had a fantastic night and Glynn was a big part of it. He was so nice to deal with before the event that I felt very confident and he certainly delivered.

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Darren Walsh

Sept. 21, 2019

Glynn catered for all our music requests at our wedding. He was the ultimate professional and we would highly recommend him again

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July 27, 2019

Couldn't be any better!! :) Glynn is very professional, friendly and reasonable priced. We hired Glynn for our wedding and he done an amazing job. All of our guests we spoke after, were complementing music. Will surely recommend, and hire if we ever need DJ again :)
Thank you Glynn!!! :)

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Kelly Simpson

May 31, 2019

Glynn was great from start to finish. Very flexible all night with song choices. Would highly recommend

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Dec. 16, 2018

I would definitely book Glynn to DJ at one of my parties in the future. Everyone had a great day and the DJ definitely makes or breaks a party and this party was a success.



March 9, 2019

"I had an 80s vs 90s themed night for my 30th birthday and Glynn played a great set in keeping with my theme, and took requests on the night. Lovely DJ booth with twinkley lights, nice speaker stand covers, and awesome lighting. Professional communication prior to the night with receipt/contract, and a phone consultation for him to ascertain what my preferences were for the night.

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Services From Glynn Tee - Professional DJ

Glynn Tee - Professional DJ

Wedding DJ Package

Thank you for enquiring to hire me as your Wedding DJ/Master of Ceremonies. What you can expect from me as your Wedding DJ? My job is to help to make sure that your Wedding Reception runs smoothly and feels perfect, presented in a way that you require with the music that you and your guests enjoy. It is more than just someone playing music. Presentation and announcements at your Wedding are very important especially for your first dance, cutting of the cake and any of the more formal parts to your day. Unless booked as your Master of Ceremonies during the day, I will set up during a 'room turnaround'. Setting up takes up to an hour depending on access. Depending on how you wish to start your evening, I can either invite guests in once you have checked the room (a good venue should always do this and not allow guests access beforehand especially when suppliers are setting up!) and announce you in just prior to your cutting of the cake and first dance. This allows you time to relax as a couple and/or for additional photographs. Alternatively, if you are happy to mingle amongst guests, I can play background music as you soak up the atmosphere before your formal evening events. I will always give your guests ten minutes notice on your cutting or the cake and first dance and any other events you have - perhaps a family dance or bouquet toss. I will introduce you for your cutting of the cake and first dance as well as announcing your buffet when it is ready. I always ensure I play your 'must play' songs - although its important that you are around and dancing to them when they are on! Guests will have all eyes on you and your main Wedding Party will drift with you be it to the bar or outside. For example, if you like 90s dance music but spend all night at the bar chatting, you are more than likely to see a huge drift of people who would actually like to dance to a bit of Motown or 70s. It's important to keep a happy medium if you're not big dancers. As the night draws to a close, I will play your final song(s) of the evening ensuring a great finish. If you book me to work during your Wedding Breakfast as your Master of Ceremonies, I will work alongside your Wedding Venue and other suppliers such as your photographer or videographer. I will play background music and assist your photographer and ushers to organise group photographs and, if required, organise a receiving line or invite your guests through for your Wedding Breakfast. I will conduct your Grand Entrance and play music during your Wedding Breakfast as well as circulating the Wedding Guest Book. I am always on hand to answer guests' questions and help with any unexpected issues that arise. For your toasts and speeches, I will make sure that everyone due to speak is ready and prepared and announce each speech individually and conduct a toast as required. If your venue require your room vacated at the end of your meal and speeches to get it ready for the evening, I will introduce your Grand Exit and ask your guests to join you. As your Wedding DJ, I offer: - High Quality Sound and Lighting Equipment - Face to face meeting to discuss your Wedding Reception requirements - No scruffy equipment or untidy wiring - No cheesy party dance routines - unless requested - Clear announcements throughout your evening - no waffle! - No smoking or drinking of alcohol - Online planning and music requests - Fully PAT tested equipment and Public Liability up to £10.000,000 Music Whilst your styles and choices of music are adhered to closely, my main aim - and the reason you're hiring me - is to provide a fantastic atmosphere to befit your Wedding. Over the years, mobile DJs and discos have become attached with a 'cheesy' stigma and that we all play Black Lace's greatest hits and get you up doing silly party games and dances. What I offer is a professional service, which takes on board your likes and dislikes and I fully respect your choices. I treat every event individually and cater for everyone taking on board your tastes and requests and mixing the into the night along with taking requests on the night. I have a lot of experience covering Weddings and have a great knowledge of all genres of music for mixed ages and the ability to keep your dance floor flowing all night. I offer a guest request system prior to your Wedding where your guests can have a direct link to add the songs they love to dance to, which can save you hours of work going through the RSVPs! Experience With a background that has spanned working in large scale nightclubs, holiday camps and arenas and on radio and television covering all types of theme nights including Rock/indie, Motown, 70s, 80s, 90s nights and, as a club DJ, covering everything from dance, trance, dancehall, RnB, Indie and cheesy pop - you can be assured that you are booking someone that knows what they are doing. In short, I have a music collection which covers all genres and decades. Your night is precisely that - yours. It is commonly misjudges by many DJs and a mistake I avoid. No two parties are the same. Some DJs will only play songs they consider to be dance floor fillers but it could be a case that one song played for relatives, that has a special memory for them, makes their night too. It is important that the songs you ask for prior to your Wedding are songs that you definitely will dance to and not songs that you like to listen to. Songs that you like to listen to are better suited to your Wedding Breakfast. Another key aspect to a busy dance floor is that you are on it. It is your day and your guests will want to be where you are. If you are not big dancers. it may be better not to make many requests and then allow your guests to enjoy the night. Guests can be fickle! If I'm playing music that you like but you're not up dancing to it, the chances are your guests won't be up either and will then start to look for reasons to leave early. A long list of songs that you like isn't always going to have your guests filling the dance floor and the finger of blame is pointed in one direction! I am happy for you to build a request list and my aim is play a minimum of ten songs from those you have asked for, however, should I feel that your choices are not working I will use my experience and judgement to ensure your night is a success. When making requests that you like to dance to, try to be specific. I often hear, "I like 80s music", but there's a massive difference between liking The Jam or Bad Manners to liking Kylie Minogue or Rick Astley. Unless requested by yourselves, I avoid cheesy party dances where possible. I know they are not everyone's cup of tea but if you are happy with the likes of 'Macarena' and 'Cha Cha Slide' just let me know. I always judge a crowd on the night by "reading" the room. It may sound like an old cliché but by speaking to your guests, taking requests and watching them tap along to certain types of songs allows me to get a feel for the music that will get your guests up as your night progresses. It is worth remembering that guests will not fill your dance floor at 7pm and stay there and most may need a few drinks. Having a very early first dance can mean that most guests will come over all shy and disappear to their seats two minutes after even if you have a song playing that would fill a floor later in the evening. It is also important to let me know any genres and songs you definitely do not want. This can be important than the songs you want! Hearing songs that you hate can be a real dampener on your day. I am always happy to take requests on the night as this often leads to a better party atmosphere. Unlike some parts of your day, it is impossible to plan your evening song for song as guests will have different tastes and to ensure a successful evening it is important to be as flexible as possible. Music choices must be received a minimum of seven days prior to your Wedding Reception. I cannot guarantee the inclusion of any deleted, obsolete or difficult to source requests either in writing or on the night of the booking. All of my music is legally sourced. A common problem of recent times is DJs using YouTube or Spotify to stream at events. This is an illegal practice and one I do not use. My music is CD based or digitally downloaded in WAV or M4A format, from DJ-only sites, for the highest quality of sound for your event. It will only take your DJ to be streaming music and a visit from PPL/PRS for your night to be closed down. Equipment My equipment is always kept clean, tidy and up to date. In this digital age, it can easily be assumed a 'DJ' sets up a laptop on a table and just plugs into a wheel-in speaker! There are those out there who will do that but that's not what I feel the job is about nor does it suit a special occasion such as your Wedding. I use a digital mixing desk and two CDJs (from CDs) that are set up inside a professional DJ booth. These connect into a high quality sound system which consists of two EV (Electro-Voice) top speakers which at 500w each (RMS) and peak of 1000w each and a subwoofer (bass bin) that is 400w (RMS) and a peak of 1600w. The subwoofer is placed inside the booth (to stop people putting drinks on it!) and the stands for the top end speakers are covered for a softer feel and can be lit in a colour of your choice if requested. This system has been used at venues that can hold over 500 people and gives a clear, crisp sound. During your Wedding, sound levels are constantly monitored using a Decibel Meter to ensure that you and your guests are not deafened and that the volume level remains consistent throughout. I balance the level of sound at the start of the night to its peak and know that I cannot take the level any higher. This eradicates any problems later in the evening and also means that any venues with sound limiters will not see your music getting cut off. Lighting The Silver Package consists of six lights of your choice depending on the age range and the feel that you would like to create at your Wedding. There are two moving heads (ADJ Inno Spot Pro), which are placed on plinths inside my DJ booth with your choice on the four lights placed on the over head bar. If you are looking for a more club like feel you may wish to go with and two additional moving heads (ADJ inno Spot Pro) and two scanners (Martin MX4) Alternatively, if you are looking for something more ambient, you can add two American DJ LED panels. A popular choice is two American DJ Led Panels with two addition ADJ Inno Spot Pro lights, which allows for both ambient and club like at the same time. For a Wedding, your first dance can be spot lit using two of the ADJ Inno Spot Pro lights or with a dance floor wash using the ADJ LED panels. It can even be a mix of the two with the spot lights giving way to the panels as your guests enter the floor if you choose this set up. All the lighting is controlled using a system known as DMX which allows me to have control of colour and pattern of lights. Meeting and Planning In an effort to cut down on my business' Carbon Footprint, your price includes a face to face meeting in Southport, which can be arranged at a time convenient to yourselves but preferably avoiding Fridays, Saturdays and evenings due to the nature of my business. This meeting will cover the schedule for your day, which suppliers I will be working alongside and go through your like and dislikes of music. It takes around 45 minutes to an hour to cover everything depending on the level of depth of planning for your Wedding. Upon booking, you will be emailed a detailed plan based on your package in Word format for you to start adding details to. You will also receive an online log in username and password that can be used for music requests and planning online. Discretion I work alongside your venue to ensure that I am able to access your room/suite during the room turn around conducted between your Wedding Breakfast and Evening Reception. It is not always feasible to be completely discrete when setting up due to access but I ensure that equipment is moved safely into place to minimise any inconvenience to you and your guests. I will always be openly honest with you about access to your suite and how this will affect the room turn around. Some venues will not allow access until every guest has left the suite - which will automatically cause a delay. Other venues will insist on my set up being in place early due to access. If the latter is the case, the is an additional fee for the early set up. From entering your suite, set-up will take up to an hour. Tidiness and wiring I always ensure that my equipment is tidy. I keep all of my speakers and lighting in protective carry cases and they are always cleaned before and after events to keep lenses and mirrors of lighting clean. My DJ booth white cloth is washed after every events with the black cloth (due to electrics) cleaned with the correct procedure. I cannot stand seeing wires left hanging loosely or left in a scraggy loop on the floor. All of the wiring that I use for speakers and lighting are neatly secured to their relevant poles, taped along the wall (where possible) and ran to the mixing desk or plug sockets. All wiring is then out of sight as much as possible. Hidden costs There are no hidden costs when a full quote is given. The Poptop Instant Quote System is convenient but may not be 100% accurate. What can often be forgotten is that it is not a five or six hour job on the night. With initial contact and paperwork (typing and posting contracts, setting up online planning and other admin), travel, meeting, typing your meeting notes, visiting your venue, arriving to set up and around an hour to take the equipment down not to mention loading, unloading, testing and maintenance of equipment and general preparation such as ensuring I have all the required details and songs. A wedding for myself can take hours upon hours to put together and it is why you should query why someone has offered to do it for £200 or less! On the day of your Wedding, I test the equipment is in working order, load up, double check your music and notes, travel to your venue, spend an hour setting up and take down is roughly the same time. The five hours seen can be a ten to twelve hour day for me. Legality and Insurances There is no such thing as a 'DJ Licence' - as I have heard some venues mention in a bid to make you use their DJ. Resident DJs will not offer the same service as you will get from myself. Unfortunately, this industry isn't regulated and this can cause a massive difference in prices. Everyone you speak to will know someone who will "do it cheap" but it's your big day and as 85% of your guests will remember the evening more than any other part of the day (selfish I know!) a cheap DJ will not provide the service require, will often let you down and not have the relevant documents your venue will ask for. As a professional, I need to be fully covered. My vehicle is covered with business insurance, I have public liability insurance (PLI) of up to £10m and all of my equipment is covered by PAT certificate. Your venue will ask your DJ for their PLI and PAT certificate. Presentation Styles Unfortunately, Peter Kay has shoehorned mobile DJs - but I can assure you I don't witter inaudibly over every song. I am a trained presenter on both radio and television and have worked at many large scale venues and events as a Master of Ceremonies/Event Host. You can be sure of clear and concise announcements without any waffle. Dress Code I always dress smartly for all events. I feel it is important to look the as - apart from yourselves - I will be the face of your evening and you want someone who befits that. The last thing you want is me starting my DJ set or announcing you on for your first dance in jeans and a branded t-shirt. I present your Wedding in a suit, shirt and tie to match your colour scheme. I may turn up to set up in trainers and jeans but these will be discarded for the main event! Photographs and Videos It is awkward to film at events - mainly my job is to fill dance floors! I do have an array of photographs and short video clips on Instagram but I cannot put the link on here! If I spent all of my time filming myself during your Wedding, you'd probably think I wasn't actually doing my job so I hope you can understand the lack of videos! Reviews I have a few reviews on Poptop with many other reviews on my website and Facebook. However, I am unable to give links to these pages. Price The price of the Poptop Instant Quote is based on the details that you have provided. It may not be 100% accurate. The quote will give a rough guide and includes: myself as your Wedding DJ, the set up and lighting featured, meetings, travel, preparation, set up and take down and your Wedding Reception itself. It may only look like five hours of playing music but there is a lot more work that goes into your Wedding Day than is seen as the end product as mentioned earlier. My fee is based on twenty-two years of experience, a high quality sound and light set-up, legally sourced music and being fully licensed and insured. In my twenty-two years, I have never missed a night nor double booked myself. You can, therefore, be assured you will not be getting let down! You will be booking a professional DJ, with an outstanding background in the industry, who will provide you with a dedicated service to make your day one to remember. Payment including Reservation Fee/Deposit The deposit payment is based on the total of the package selected through Poptop. It is non-returnable and is due to confirm your date after your verbal or written agreement. A contract is sent out once this fee has been paid. Given the nature of my work, and that I am very sort after, it is advisable to pay immediately to avoid losing your date. The remaining balance must be paid and cleared no later than 28 days before your booking date. The exact date will be specified on your invoice and is normally a bank working day e.g. if your Wedding is on a Saturday then the payment due date will be the Friday (29 days before). I am happy to accept part-payments to allow you to spread the cost and can work out a monthly payment plan if you wish. I take payment by bank transfer, PayPal, credit/debit card (via website) or in cash. Every payment is receipted with the remaining balance shown for the records and available on your Online Client Portal. Contract A contract is posted out to you on receiving your reservation fee/deposit for you to check through the agreed details and sign. Terms and Conditions. Terms and conditions are available on my website and on request. Deadline Your quote is held on file for seven days. My turnover and bookings frequency is very high so if I have not heard from you in this time, your quote will be deleted. I look forward to hearing from you to discuss your Wedding in more detail. Kind regards, Glynn Glynn Tee - Professional DJ Southport DJ
From: £500 per event
Glynn Tee - Professional DJ

Large Wedding DJ Package

The large Wedding DJ Package offers uplighting and LED mirror balls along with a face to face meeting (in Southport) in addition to a four light set-up. What you can expect from me as your DJ? My job is to help to make sure that your event runs smoothly and feels perfect, presented in a way that you require with the music that you and your guests enjoy. It is more than just someone playing music. Presentation and announcements at your event are very important especially for a first dance, cutting of the cake and any of the more formal parts to your day. As your DJ, I offer: - High Quality Sound and Lighting Equipment - Face to face meeting to discuss your Wedding Reception requirements - No scruffy equipment or untidy wiring - No cheesy party dance routines - unless requested - Clear announcements - no waffle! - No smoking or drinking of alcohol - Online planning and music requests - Fully Insured up to £10m This package includes up to 10 uplighters.
From: £650 per event


  • Do you have your own PA and lighting?

  • Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?

  • What style of music do you offer?

  • Is it possible to request something that's not in the repertoire?

  • Do you do open-air acts?

Set List/Services

Small DJ Set-Up

•Myself as your professional DJ
•1000w (2000w peak) high quality EV sound system
•Four DMX controlled lights
•Choice of DJ booth - in either your colour of your choice or starlit effect
•Neat and tidy set-up (No stretched or unsightly cables)
•Telephone planning meeting in week prior to event
•Regular emails to help you plan your Event
•Online secure Event planning
•Online secure music requests for you and your guests
•Easy contact with me by telephone, text message or email
•Booking guarantee
•Receipts for all payments
•Additional hours (or part of) charged at £50.00

Large DJ Package

•Myself as your professional DJ
•1400w (5200w peak) high quality sound system
•Six DMX controlled lights of your choice from scanners, moving heads, LED panels and basic classic gobo lighting
•Choice of DJ booth - either lit in colour of your choice or starlit effect
•Neat and tidy set-up (No stretched or unsightly cables)
•Face to face planning meeting
•Regular emails to help you plan your Event
•Online secure Event planning
•Online secure music requests for you and your guests
•On the day song request slips & 'Text a Request' (Optional)
•Easy contact with me by telephone, text message or email
•Booking guarantee
•Receipts for all payments
•Additional hours (or part of) charged at £50.00

I can also provide:

Over 18,000 songs across many genres from major UK karaoke suppliers including Sunfly, Zoom and Mr. Entertainer.
Supplied with four radio mics for singers to cater for everyone.
It is highly recommended if your event has a large selection of singers rather than dancers, however, if you are looking to have a full dancefloor all night, it is a good idea to have a finishing time for karaoke or, alternatively, use it later in the evening if you know you don’t have a dancing crowd. It only takes one awful version of Frank Sinatra or Robbie Williams for your guests who don’t like karaoke to use it as an excuse to leave.

The uplighting can be in any colour (or colours) that you would like and I colour match as close as possible to your colour scheme. Uplighting is part of the Gold Package.

LED Mirrorballs
Based on the old-style discotheque mirror balls, these new state of the art lights give a great effect to your first dance and can change colour from white after the first dance if you wish. LED Mirror balls are part of the Gold Package.

Starcloth Curtain
A 3m by 2m back drop which can give a beautiful effect to your room. It isn’t as lavish as the new white lace ones with drops. The star cloth curtain is free standing so can be placed as a backdrop to your DJ, dance floor or as an area for guests to take photographs.

I can provide props and inflatables for your event. These can also be great fun and amusements especially when used for selfies and general dressing up as the night goes along (and the alcohol kicks in!) and it can work out cheaper than a photo-booth.
These include inflatable guitars, microphones, wigs, hats, oversized glasses, feather boas, selfie sticks and a personalised printed Instagram style frame.

Personalised Monogram Gobo
A personalised monogram gobo can be a lovely lighting feature which can be displayed all night.
As the projection unit is self-standing, it can also be used in different locations of your venue. The monogram can include your name(s), celebration and date. It will always be checked with you before ordering to ensure that you are happy with the image that will be projected.
The gobo itself is professionally manufactured from either glass or metal rather than the cheaper option of printing onto plastic, which can melt or overheat during an event.
After your Event, the Gobo will be framed and sent to you as a memento of your day at no further cost.
Your Personalised Gobo is not ordered until your full payment is received.