Bar and Bat Mitzvah portraits

Make your simcha really stand out from the crowd by giving your guests professional portraits to take home at the end of the night!

This is something totally new to simcha photography; we bring a professional photographic studio to the venue, take portraits of all your guests and print them there and then. Have a look at the pictures below to see how it works. It’s a great way of giving your event that special extra something that sets it apart from the rest and because your guests get a printed portrait, it’ll be a night they can’t forget!

Book us to photograph an event of at least 200 people and we’ll provide a professional bar mitzvah photographer for the traditional party photography absolutely free. Click below to see some of our bar mitzvah photos.

Kids love being photographed at bar mitzvahs; we take it one step further by letting them act like models and taking portraits that you’d pay far more for at a studio. We use the same cameras and studio lights used by fashion and beauty studios the world over so you and your guests will look as stunning in print as they do in person.

Our photos start from just £5.39 for large 9×6″ prints in gorgeous mounts in a range of colours, or £4.49 on their own. Get in touch now to see how we can tailor our services to your event and to get a personalised quote. Call Isaac on 0845 474 7327 or head here .

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What People Say…

“I just wanted to say a big thank you for doing the photography at the Volunteering Ball last night (…) I’m sure I will recommend Peasy Photos to anyone else running an event requiring a photographer”

Joanna, The University of Birmingham

“Thanks for the photos, they look great and I think everyone is really pleased”

Jess, UEA

“Thank you again for the photos, everybody loved them, you exceeded all expectations”

Tom, Cardiff University