You’re visiting another potential venue and here comes the grand finale, the ballroom. Except, it’s exactly like every other hotel or venue ballroom you’ve seen and it will be; they’re all mixed color carpet, bright lights, neutral wall coloring, an empty room with a few chairs set up – all left for your imagination to run. We admit to this, however a ballroom is a space to transform the room into the event you want.
What is going to make the room pop on the night of the event? Lighting! Adding personal touches with lighting and monogrammed logos or initials on the wall and floor, make your event go from basic to WOW! See these after pictures from The National Ballroom at West Belmont Place where clients opted for lighting; the Facebook fan page also allows clients and potential brides to receive a special lighting upgrade offer.
Our bride & groom wanted a Miami themed wedding. We were able to pull it off with lighting.
This bride & groom wanted to add a personal touch with their names and wedding date.
Our client hoped to steer clear of the same-old dinner over bright white lights.
We created a room that had a spotlight on stage and made the evening more entertaining.
A Mardi Gras lounge as created by adding neon lighting and sectioning off the room.
A bride & groom wanted lighting that would showcase them as the “spotlight” of their cultural wedding.
We placed small lighting effects to enhance the mood at a small tasting for clients
Are there any lighting tips or ideas that you believe can make a difference in the outcome of the event? What’s your experience in enhancing a venue space with lighting? Did you highly recommend it for weddings and events?