Photo Booth Hire in Surrey

Surrey is our home county and the Base for Animation Events LTD. We supply literally hundreds of events in Surrey every year with our photo booths hired some of Surrey’s finest venues.

Animation Events LTD are proud to hire magic mirror photo booths and regular photo booths for Surrey’s events, from party photo booths to wedding photo booths we will help capture your guests having the best photo booth experience ever. Proms, 18th, 21st, 40th 50th and 60th birthday parties, leaving parties and anniversaries are all the perfect setting for one of our booths.

We have built a solid reputation as a photo booth company that really delivers in service, quality and value. Just have a look at our reviews page to see what our customers really say about us, we use Trustspot to contact and collate our customer feedback, the only review company that refuses to remove negative comment.

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The areas in which we offer photo booth hire in Surrey are:

Addlestone, Albury, Alfold, Artington, Ash Vale, Ashford, Ashstead, Badshot Lea, Bagshot, Banstead, Betchworth, Bisley, Bletchingley, Bramley, Brockham, Brookwood, Buckland, Burgh Heath, Burstow, Busbridge, Byfleet, Camberley, Capel, Caterham, Chaldon, Charlwood, Chertsey, Chiddingfold, Chilworth, Chipstead, Chobham, Churt, Claygate, Cobham, Compton, Cranleigh, Crowhurst, Deepcut, Dorking, Dormansland, Downside, Dunsfold, East Clandon, East Horsley, Effingham, Egham, Englefield Green, Epsom, Esher, Ewell, Ewhurst, Fairlands, Farnham, Frimley Green, Godalming, Godstone, Gomshall, Great Bookham, Guildford, Hambledon, Hascombe, Haslemere, Headley, Heath End, Hersham, Hinchley Wood, Hindhead, Hooley, Horley, Horne, Horsell, Jacobswell, Kingswood, Knaphill, Laleham, Leatherhead, Leigh, Lightwater, Limpsfield, Lingfield, Littleton, Longcross, Lyne, Margery, Mayford, Merrow, Merstham, Mickleham, Milford, Mytchett, Netherne-on-the-Hill, New Haw, Newdigate, Nutfield, Oatlands, Ockham, Ockley, Old Woking, Ottershaw, Outwood, Oxshott, Oxted, Peaslake, Peper Harow, Pirbright, Pixham, Puttenham, Pyrford, Redhill, Reigate, Ripley, Rowledge, Salfords, Seale, Send, Shackleford, Shepperton, Shere, Sidlow, South Holmwood, Staines-upon-Thames, Stanwell, Stanwell Moor, Stoke d’Abernon, Sunbury-on-Thames, Tadworth, Tandridge, Tatsfield, Thames Ditton, Thorpe, Thursley, Tilford, Tongham, Upper Halliford, Virginia Water, Walton-on-Thames, Warlingham, West Byfleet, West Clandon, Weston Green, Weybridge, Whyteleafe, Woking, Wonersh, Woodmansterne, Worplesdon and Wrecclesham.


When deciding on how we would put together our offerings we chose to break the mould, we do not sell packages or push additional items that we believe should be part of every photo booth hire. Everything below is included in every hire

  • Unlimited prints and usage – every person in each photo can have a print if wanted.
  • Guest book with prints to fill.
  • Choice of gold or sliver frames and pillars with red or black velvet ropes. (Mirrors)
  • A huge variety of photo booth props.
  • On line gallery of images all in high resolution.
  • Personalisation of prints with messages and logos.
  • CRB / DBS checked booth operator.
  • Delivery set up and removal.

Our Mirror Booths have graced the weddings of celebs and premiership footballers as well as some of the most stylish weddings since their release. As a result Animation Events have been awarded LUX Magazines Best Wedding Photo Booth Supplier London and the South East for 2017.

Simply the best photo booth hire company in Surrey – 5 Star Service every time.

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For anyone not familiar with Surrey it is a county to the south and west of London, once home to Henry the VIII and his many wives and also to Brooklands, the worlds first purpose build motor sport circuit and Denbies Wine Estate, the largest vineyard in Britain.  In 1881 Goldalming became the first town in the world to have a public electricity supply.

While Henry VIII lived in Hampton Court Palace, he had built Nonsuch Palace in Cheam and regularly used Great Fosters in Egham as a hunting lodge also building Oatlands Palace in Weybridge for Anne Cleaves after their marriage was annulled.

Bagshot Heath was once reputedly the most dangerous place in England – all because of the activities of a particularly cool, violent and careful highwayman called The Golden Farmer who operated there from about 1647 to 1689.

The area around the Devil’s Punchbowl, in south west Surrey, in the 1800’s had a terrible reputation due to the activities of local highwaymen and robbers. They regularly robbed the stage coach as it travelled slowly up the hill on its way to Portsmouth on the main road, now known as the A3.

The most famous  story from this time is the story of a murdered sailor. He met three men in the Red Lion pub in Thursley.  After buying them a drink they are reported to have followed him and murdered him in the Devil’s Punchbowl.( The area is now owned by the National Trust and is fully accessible to the general public.) The gang was quickly arrested, tried and executed and their bodies hung at Gibberts Hill, next to the Devil’s Punchbowl, for over three years.  This practice was suppose to discourage other rogues from taking up the profession of Highwayman.

West Clandon is a village near Guildford, that is first mentioned in the Domesday Book  of 1086.  The legend of the dragon of West Clandon is said to have once blocked the road there.  A soldier, condemed for deserting the army, agreed to fight the dragon for clemency. Apparently after a fierce battle, he duly did rid the village of the dragon and then supposedly settled in the area.  First written evidence of the story appeared in 1776.

Surrey is home to no less than four racecourses including Epsom Racecourse, where the world famous Derby is run in June every year. It was here in 1913 that the suffragette Emily Davison tragically died after throwing herself under the king’s horse during the race.

There are many wonderful stately homes and historic houses to visit in Surrey, such as elegant Polesden Lacey, Elizabethan Loseley Park and the Palladian mansion, Clandon Park.

Although just a stone’s throw from London, Surrey has some lovely countryside. Enjoy the stunning views from Box Hill (pictured at the top of this page), stroll around Viriginia Water Lake and climb up to the tower on Leith Hill, the highest point in South East England.


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