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Monday, 10 January 2011 10:16

Lighting your venue

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There are many alternatives available depending on the occasion and the budget. One such option is to turn down the close lighting of the wedding venue  . This creates a darker space that can be used to draw focus to other aspects of the event.Lighting design will have a huge impact on the outcome to your wedding reception at your wedding venue. Your guests will give you tons of compliments and you will be happy with your decision. the key to proper banquet hall lighting is to use light sparingly and strategically! While you are choosing the reception venue, inspect the lighting options already in place. Ditch the fluorescent! Nothing makes a wedding reception or wedding venue look like a Walmart more than overhead fluorescent tube lights! Also, turn off or dim the other overhead light.If done right, lighting can make everything look better. You may want to consider hiring a lighting specialist for the occasion. But if that's not in the budget, there are a few things a planner can do to make the lighting fabulous. First, make sure to look at your wedding space beforehand to get an idea of what you have to work with. You want your lighting to focus on the tables, dance floor, and the bride and groom

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