Here are a few tips when considering proper venue illumination:
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Complementing the Interior
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Matching the Overall Design
When choosing the right ambiance, it's important to take stock of the wedding color palette and floral arrangements; all these elements should be complementary. Using too much of one color can be overwhelming, not to mention produce a garish environment. Avoid bright colors unless the rest of the wedding venue elements are understated and vice versa. And keep in mind that the DJ might also have a lighting system for the dance floor.
There are also other logistical questions that come up as well, including tapping into a location's power. Make sure you know the limit your location can withstand so you don't risk a blown fuse. To that end, wedding lighting designers are excellent go-to sources for wisdom. They will know the jargon and will be able to answer any pressing electrical questions.
Planning the wedding that accurately represents the love of the couple can be stressful, but it is also can provide a platform for families to unify. While choosing illumination, keep in mind the overall design plan, lantern options, and the interior of the venue. These tips will help make your wedding shine!