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Zing It Mini

With no space limitations, the Zing It Mini will let you squeeze in as many people as possible into the frame. Guests love watching their friends' wacky poses and photobombing with their own. Our free standing, height adjustable booth can be used in front of any backdrop (perfect if you have your own), and can be moved to multiple locations during the same event (perfect for trade shows). 

Package Includes:

  • Choice of booth in black or white
  • Share through social media (ie: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, SMS Text Message, Email, Custom Photo Prints)
  • Unlimited high-quality-prints
  • Unlimited 4x6" or 2x6'' photostrips per session
  • Choice of Color or Black & White pictures
  • Personalized Templates
  • Professional on-site booth attendant
  • FREE props
  • Digital Copies for the Host
 

Backdrop Choices

Options

  • photo strip preview

    Customized Photostrip Template

    We'll personalize your photostrips with your theme, logo, or brand at no additional charge. We know your party is The Main Event, so we never include intrusive self-promotions on the front of your photos.

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    The Main Event's Famous Frames

    Add on a frames package to send your guests home in style. We offer a wide variety of frames for 2x6" photostrips, from fun themed frames to neutral lucites. Ask us about our latest offerings and we'll tailor something specific to your event.

  • child signing photo scrapbook

    Photo Scrapbook

    Add on a photo scrapbook package for meaningful messages from your guests. Includes a high quality scrapbook, pens, and tape. A hit at weddings, sweet 16s, and Mitzvahs.

FAQ

What's the difference between Coney Island Style Booths and Curtain Style Booths?

Both our booths are highly capable machines. The Curtain Style Booth can fit more people, but guests also love cramming in as many friends as possible into the Coney Island Style Booth. Often the biggest deciding factor comes down to personal preference: do you like the lush look of the soft curtains, or the familiar look of the hard-shell booth?