Bar Mitzvah Photobooth Hire

Are you planning a Bar Mitzvah and want something extra special, you could book a Bar Mitzvah Photo Booth Hire for all your guests to enjoy,

We offer two choices of Photo Booth that suit everyone's needs and budgets.

Pop Up Photo Booth from £199.99

The Pop-up Photo Booth is our most popular booth,its a little different from your normal photo booth, its a portable studio just like you would get if you went to a professional studio its uses a bright white background for amazing studio quality photos. What's included with the Pop-up Booth?
  • High contrast background for studio quality photographs
  • Professional Photographer to get the very best photographs at your event
  • Box full of props, Hats, Masks, Glasses etc
  • Up to 3 Hrs service
  • Set-up and breakdown of the studio
  • Unlimited printing for the duration of the hire
  • Uploads of all images to Facebook, so your friends and family can tag themselves
  • Uploads of all images to your own page on our web site
  • All images from the event supplied to you as high resolution images on DVD, so you can print out your favourite images
  • Free extra set of prints
  • Free guest book, guests can keep one print and stick the other in the guest book and write you a message, a fantastic keepsake

For more details on our Studio Photo Booth click here

Mega Photo Booth from £299.99

The Mega Booth is a traditional photo booth, it includes the following, UK Photo Booth’s Mega Booth is the state of the art in Photo Booth Hire, no more squeezing into a tiny booth our mega booth can fit up to 8 people, maybe more if you don’t mind squeezing in. What's included in the hire,
  • Up-to three hours service, this does not include setting up and tear down so you get the full amount of time you pay for.
  • Massive selection of props including, Hats, Wigs, Moustaches, etc
  • Unlimited printouts for the duration of the hire
  • Friendly and knowledgeable on-site technician
  • Delivery, set-up and tear down of the booth
  • High resolution digital image and video files delivered on DVD or USB Stick
  • Custom banner applied to prints
  • Upload of all images to Facebook
  • Upload of all images to your own page on our web site.
  • Video Messaging, your guests can record you a video message, A fantastic reminder of your event
  • Free extra set of prints
  • Free guest book, guests can keep one print and stick the other in the guest book and write you a message, a fantastic keepsake

For more details on our Mega Photo Booth click here

 

What is a Bar Mitzvah

Bar Mitzvah (Hebrew: בַּר מִצְוָה) and Bat Mitzvah (Hebrew: בַּת מִצְוָה) (Ashkanasic: “Bas Mitzvah”) (plural: B’nai mitzvah (for boys, B’not Mitzvah, Ashkanasic: “B’nos Mitzvah” for girls) are Jewish coming of age rituals. Bar (בַּר) is a Jewish Babylonian Aramaic word literally meaning ‘son’ (בֵּן), while bat (בַּת) means ‘daughter’ in Hebrew, and mitzvah (מִצְוָה) means ‘commandment’ or ‘law’. Thus bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah literally translate to “son of commandment” and “daughter of commandment”. However, in rabbinical usage, the word bar means ‘under the category of’ or ‘subject to’. Bar mitzvah therefore translates to ‘an [agent] who is subject to the law’. Although the term is commonly used to refer to the ritual itself, in fact the phrase originally refers to the person.

According to Jewish law, when Jewish boys become 13 years old, they become accountable for their actions and become a bar mitzvah. A girl becomes a bat mitzvah at the age of 12 according to Orthodox and Conservative Jews, and at the age of 13 according to Reform Jews. Prior to reaching bar mitzvah, the child’s parents hold the responsibility for the child’s actions. After this age, the boys and girls bear their own responsibility for Jewish rituallaw, tradition, and ethics, and are able to participate in all areas of Jewish community life. Traditionally, the father of the bar mitzvah gives thanks to God that he is no longer punished for the child’s sins (Genesis Rabba, Toldot23:11). In addition to being considered accountable for their actions from a religious perspective, b’nai mitzvah may be counted towards a minyan (prayer quorum) and may lead prayer and other religious services in the family and the community.

Bar mitzvah is mentioned in the Mishnah (Ethics of the fathers, 5:21), and in the Talmud. In some classic sources, the age of thirteen appears for instance as the age from which males must fast on the Day of Atonement, while females fast from the age of twelve. In the late Middle Ages this was systematized in Europe into a general rule as to when a young person was obligated to observe the mitzvot. The age of b’nai mitzvah roughly coincides with physical puberty.[1] The bar or bat mitzvah ceremony is usually held on the first Shabbat after a boy’s thirteenth and a girl’s twelfth birthday. So now you know!

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