Specialty Lighting for Weddings and Events

May 24, 2010

Highlight, Hide and Change with Specialty Lighting

 Today I attended an Association of Bridal Consultants meeting at the lovely Bridgewater Country Club in Carmel, Indiana.  I truly value education and staying current with wedding trends. 

Today, Scott Evans of Evans Audio Visual spoke to us about Specialty Lighting for weddings and events.  I have had the joy of using Evans Audio Visual for previous events and trust me; it makes a huge impact on your special event.

Evans Audio Visual prides themselves in customization.  No two events are the same.  You do not have to worry that your wedding will look like the one from last week-end. 

If you are having an Eco-Chic Green wedding, then you may want to consider the latest LED lighting.  These are computer controlled and are cool to the touch.  The waterproof lights also allow you to use this option outdoors.

Pinspotting each table and even double pinspotting really makes your centerpieces pop in the space.  You can wash your space with lighting for a beautiful glow and uplight features in a venue.  I love the idea of using lighting to direct your guests to the focal points.  Your monogram on the dance floor is a stunning focal point using gobos.  You can take this idea to the next level with Intelligent Lighting. 

The photos below are from a recent corporate sales event I planned.  Several forms of specialty lighting were used in this event.  Check out the fiber optic draping.  This would be a beautiful backdrop for your dance floor.

      

Contact Deborah Sheeran Weddings of Distinction to chat about the décor’ possibilities for your wedding using Specialty Lighting.

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