Make Your Big Day Even More Unforgettable with These Magical Wedding Lights

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Creative lighting can be considerably more affordable than overindulging your wedding reception with overpriced floral arrangements. You can spice up your party by putting up lanterns, up-lighting, illuminated backdrops, or image projections.

To achieve this watercolor effect, harmonize some colors

 

This starry sky–inspired lighting is perfect for evening outdoor wedding parties

 

A barn elegantly enhanced by chandeliers and series lights

 

Transform your boring reception into a majestic venue with uplighting

 

Glimmering series lights create an awesome hanging backdrop

 

 

Make your head table stand out by placing arcs of twinkling lights

 

You can also hang illuminated paper lanterns to liven up that dull dining space

 

Throw in some lanterns to give your guests that soothing aura

 

Chandeliers can also be used outdoors to make the dance floor more romantic

 

Give life to the monotonous walls using well-designed creative lighting

 

 

The stage is more attractive with the help of image projection

 

Place pin lights to make it look like you are dancing above the stars

 

Surprise your guests by using LED dance floors

 

Ceiling projections can turn your conventional wedding party into a magical one

 

Lighting can also be incorporated during your wedding ceremony

 

 

Walk down that elegant aisle by illuminating it with wavy designs

 

A good contrast for uplighting would be paper lanterns

 

This glow effect can be carried out by combining uplighting and jewel-toned lanterns

 

Change shrubbery into an enchanted magical garden by dangling lanterns on trees.

 

One way to make your background exciting is through gigantic light-up letters

 

 

Wonderfully placed lighting installations can take your guests’ breath away

 

Create a frozen kingdom by pairing white interiors with cool blue lights

 

A warehouse is transformed by laying candles, uplighting, and chandeliers

 

Well-crafted centerpieces paired with complementing up-lighting

 

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