uplights3Pink Uplights are this year’s wedding trend for receptions.  Highlighting a table centerpiece, spilling up and onto the ceiling, adding a colorful splash to architectural details and dance floors… uplighting has become a fresh way to add visual excitement to a wedding.

This dramatic effect can really change the look of a location.  If possible, ask for a test run.   It’s important to see an accurate display at the same time of day as the day of the wedding. uplights7These lights will be more effective at night, indoors or with a darker environment. The lighting rehearsal should include all the available color options.  Custom color choices may be available to match or complement your wedding color palette.

The majority of the weddings I photograph are evening affairs.  That’s a perfect place for the uplights to make a big impact. uplight4 Turn your reception into a nightclub experience, customize some signage with projected light, and dine under spotlights with your sweetheart table on stage.  I love the effects of today’s digital light display systems. The possibilities are amazing.  Changing colors, synchronized to music, completely customized…make it dinner and a show!

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  1. says

    BranDee’s beautiful wenddig reception, and here I am! They had their reception at the lovely George Washington Hotel in Winchester, VA, which is a popular reception venue for brides getting married at the Museum of

  2. says

    I love the look of colored up lighting. I didn’t know that you could get custom color choice to match those of your wedding. That would make the venue feel more personal. It would also be cool to have the colors change to compliment the different parts of the service and reception. Thanks for the great idea!

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