Afternoon folks,

Hope all is well with my readers today. In this blog post I shall be discussing the uplighting service that I can provide for my clients.

For those that haven’t come across uplighting let me explain how it works. I use small lights facing upwards to project a preset colour up the wall. These lights are pretty small and take up a very small space on the floor so are hardly noticeable. They are also LED so use very little in the way of energy and don’t get hot like the older style units commonly found at most marquee events. This is a cost effective solution particularly when dealing with events with a strong colour theme as the examples below will show

Firstly here is some orange uplighting from a Wedding at the Cotswold House Hotel in Chipping Campden.


Here is some green uplighting from a Wedding at the Barn In Berkeley.


Purple uplighting at the Manor House Hotel in Moreton-In-Marsh

Finally a shot of some red uplighting in a private barn back in spring 2011

If your really enjoying the photos then there are plenty more on the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CheltenhamWeddingDJ

In all of the photos above the room are pretty “plain” in colour in either being a white or a very similar shade. These are perfect for uplighting because they reflect the chosen colour very well. With the two barn shots the stonework looks superb with uplighting and it is a service I strongly recommend if your holding an event in such a location.

Now you might be thinking, this looks expensive, well actually it might surprise you that I offer this service at just £10 per unit with most typical quotes being between 12-16. Most colours are achievable and if you really wanted to push the boat out you could even have them all changing colours during the evening, this however increases the price per unit to £20 because of the required cabling and controller required.

Please do contact me if you have any further questions. Happy 2012 folks!





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