Funky Photo Booth Friends
If you can’t be Funky then be Friendly … here’s a bunch of some of the things, places and people we love.
Rob Dunning Wedding Photography
Not many people know that the Funky Photo Booth was conjured from the wedding photography service of Rob Dunning. Check his site out for Wedding Photography in Hampshire, Dorset & Surrey.
There are wedding bands and then there’s Dodger. This band will have all your guests shaking their tooshes. Be careful though, don’t be surprised to learn that the mother of the bride does in fact know Mr Brightside word for word, or that Grandad likes to impersonate Rambo with a tie around his head air guitaring to Daydream Believer.
All of our Funky Photo Booths are fitted with Nikon cameras and lenses for top quality images.
If you want to be on the Funky Photo Booth Friends page and have worked with us in the past, just email the page you have a link to Funky Photo Booth on.
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Cancellation Terms & “Cooling-off Period”
24. The company operates a tiered cancellation policy as followed:
a) Cancellations within 7 days of booking: free of charge. (This is sometimes also referred as a cooling-off period). Any deposit paid shall be refunded. The only exception to this clause is when the event date is 7 or fewer days from the date/time of the booking. In this instance the client shall be liable to make full payment and shall not be entitled to any refunds of deposits already made.
b) Cancellation after 7 days of the date/time of booking and more than 6 months until the date of the event: the client shall be liable to pay 0% of the outstanding balance.
c) Cancellation after 7 days of the date/time of booking and between 90-180 days before the event date: the client shall be liable to pay 30% of the total payable.
d) Cancellation after 7 days of the date/time of booking and between 31-90 days before the event date: the client shall be liable to pay 60% of the total payable.
e) Cancellation less than 30 days before the event date (including but not limited to cancellations on the date of the event): the client shall be liable to pay 100% of the total payable. *This clause does not apply to bookings where the event date is 7 or fewer days from the date/time of booking. In this instance clause a. applies.
25. The client should notify their wish to cancel a booking at the first instance available by telephone. This request should also be followed up in writing.
26. A booking shall only be deemed as cancelled once the company has sent confirmation of the cancellation in writing.
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