Lighting is one of the most impactful investments you can make in your wedding. It can add drama, ambiance, and really draw attention to an ornate venue or make a simple setting. If you want to turn your wedding site from standard to simply stunning, you’ll need to take a more illuminating approach to your décor. “Lighting creates a mood,” says the famous event designer Preston Bailey, so when it’s done well, lighting can make everything, including your wedding stage, flowers, cake and event guests look better. Sometimes the bride and groom or the event planner may overlook this area when they are discussing their initial plans.
Lumens provide from lighting your pathways to adding your glowing initials to the dancefloor and lots of other ideas for using lights throughout your wedding.
Our lighting designer can transformed a space by various lighting arrangements, using the same technology and techniques like a theater in wedding that we honed creating dramatic sets for the stage.
Here are the types of lighting that commonly used at weddings, and you need to know :
Pin Spot :
A focused beam of light that shines directly onto an object, like a centerpiece or wedding cake, as a highlight effect.
Color Wash :
There are a few different types of light fixtures that can create which is basically a blanket of colored light covering an entire area.
Nowadays popular for wedding for color changes and vibrant colors. Also great for set the color ambiance theme that you want. It can be focused for your backdrops on the stage, foyer, photo booth, and other details like trees/ gazebo/ rigging.
Key light :
this is very important especially in stage area and ambiance, to make your skin color stay the same even though your color theme is colorful.
Investing in the proper lighting is normally a great investment in more ways than one. The lighting in the area where the ceremony takes place can affect how the wedding party looks since the light must be bright enough to capture all the details surrounding the party. From the colors of their dresses and their tuxedos to the design of the flowers, lighting can make a huge difference. The difference that it makes will not only affect the wedding ambiance itself but also for the photographer’s work.