Mood uplighting

Mood uplighting

Mood Uplighting

LED uplighting which is also known as mood uplighting, or ambient lighting, consists of a number of lighting fixtures installed on the floor around a venue.  These can be all a single set colour, a mixture of set colours, or patterns can be programmed so that the lights flash or cycle gently between all the colours of the spectrum in a coordinated manner.  This is ideal for weddings as they can be programmed to match your chosen colour schemes.

mixed uplighting at wedding open day
garden room in light purple
hot pink uplighting
light blue / teal uplighting
cool blue uplighting at south lodge

These devices also produce no heat, so they are inherently safe to use, especially when small children are invited to you big day.

Dramatic venue lighting

For your event, mood uplighting will dramatically change the look of any room or marquee.  It is guaranteed to give that amazing WOW factor.  The venue’s features such as fireplaces, columns and alcoves can be highlighted to great effect with the use of mood uplighting, and they also work in daylight.

Some venues like Tithe Barn (shown in the youtube below) have amazing textured walls, and the effect of mood uplighting on them is awesome, especially as the evening arrives, and it’s time to party!

Coordinate uplighting with your wedding theme

Maybe you have a colour scheme in mind for your big day, it could be the colours of your bridesmaids outfits, it could be a colour which complements the flowers or the season, or maybe your favourite colour.  I can usually match your choices and light up your venue quite easily.

Ask to see uplighting in action

When we meet do discuss you wedding day, I will bring a single uplighting unit to give you have an idea of how effective this is.  You will see how we can light up your venue in your chosen colour scheme or theme.  To get the ball rolling, just get in touch and ask for a demo.

Mood lighting example colours
 Some example colours

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