Elegant Indoor Lighting
starting at $325
Dance Floor Lighting
starting at $250
Dancing On A Cloud
starting at $149
Exterior Wash Lighting
starting at $225
Cafe (bistro) Lighting
starting at $299
starting at $149
DIY WEDDING PACKAGE
All Inclusive Lighting Package
Upgrade from the standard DJ "spots on the floor" lighting to dance floor wash lighting. Package includes eight (8) silent dance floor lights on two (2) T-bar lighting tripods that can be raised to 12 feet. Each LED fixture comes programmed to be sound active so each light changes color with the music. Alternatively, fixtures can be programmed to produce red, green, blue and ultraviolet or any fixed color mix you desire. A 65watt LED moving head light with gobo beam may also be substituted for two of the fixed LED lights at no additional charge..
Package also includes ten (10) battery operated LED uplights to wash the walls in the color of your choice plus ten (10) light shields to hide the uplights from view.
Pick it up today and return it tomorrow for only $295, or
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How Many Uplights Do I Need For My Event?
Identifying how many Uplights are needed for a room is easy! Using the room dimensions, simply look at the following chart for the nearest length and then the nearest width. The chart will indicate the total Uplights needed to achieve an elegant look.
As a less accurate alternative, you can use the square footage of the room.
Design aspects to consider when planning your layout:
Additional Uplights may be needed to highlight columns, alcoves, fireplaces, or other architectural elements.
Try to use an odd number of lights along a wall whenever possible. For example, five (5) Uplights will look better than four (4) along a wall.
If cost is of greater concern than visual impact, use fewer Uplights and space them further apart. Again, three (3) Uplights will look better than four (4) along that same wall.
This general rule of odd numbers may be ignored when a large number of lights are used on a single wall, such as the long walls in a gymnasium. Under these conditions, equal spacing should be the primary concern in order to achieve the greatest appeal.