Have your custom image projected onto any wall or dance floor.
We are constantly asked for ways in which we can make our clients events more personable. With this in mind we are now able to supply a couple of different options for having your name or image of choice in lights!
Many of our wedding or business clients decide to have their names as the image that is used for projection. We have in the past provided this service to corporate clients who have used their logo, or for theming purposes such as a 007 logo for a James Bond evening.
The cost for image projection depends on a few factors:
1: Is it a custom image (such as your names) or a standard image that is in stock with the manufacturer such as hearts, snowflakes etc
2: Do you want the image to move around the venue or can it be static?
3: How do you want the light to be mounted, T bar stand, truss podium or overhead trussing?
To find out more about our image projection we would recommend that you call the office and one of the team will be more than happy to talk through your options with you.
Prices start from £150.00 for a standard image.
The cost for a personalised image (e.g. your names or logo) to be projected in a static location starts at: £200, this includes the set up cost of having your image manufactured onto a metal or glass disc to use in our lighting projectors. Delivery can be arranged at an additional cost.
To find out more about our image projection service, or to book it for your wedding, exhibition or event, get in touch by either phone or email.
Please see some of the custom designs we can create in the photos.
0800 999 4441
This is just a few ways to use our projector installations!
Work Place Options
How Long does it take to setup?
The setting up for a projected image should take 10 - 20 minutes depending on power point access for custom events. Full time installations will take longer depending on access to power.
When do you setup?
We would set this up in the morning of the event if possible. This will be confirmed during booking.
can it be turned off/on
Yes, the projector will be powered by a normal socket. So all you will have to do is turn the socket on & off. If this is