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Pinspot lighting will enhance your big day

Now that you and your partner have recited your vows, gifted each other stunning wedding rings, and made your grand exit, it’s time to celebrate your nuptials. Your reception is the perfect time for you and your partner to enjoy the festivities, form bonds between new and old friends and family, and especially honor your new formed bond to each other.

There are many wonderful things that you both have put together to make this day your own. A decadent cake, dazzling centerpieces, and dessert table are important landmarks for your reception. You can bring much deserved attention to them with pinspot lighting.

Here at I Thee Wed, we know that your hard work and special wedding elements deserve to be highlighted. That’s why we have put together a few reasons as to why pinspot lighting will enhance your big day. If this intrigues you, be sure to keep reading to learn more:

·         What is pinspot lighting anyway? Pinspot lighting is a light fixture, meant to bring focus to an object or area, with a beam of warm light. Arguably, it is an art form, as it makes your focal points glow with stunning illumination. This allows your guests to find specific points in your venue and brightens them for all to see. These light fixtures are perfect for making a statement or creating a dramatic display.
·         Will my centerpieces benefit from it? Ultimately, this depends on what type of centerpiece you have and the lighting for your big day. For an evening wedding or reception, pinspot lighting is perfect. This is also true if your indoor venue has no windows or natural lighting. If your centerpiece is large and elaborate, floral, or very expensive, surely it will benefit from pinspot lighting. It will allow your guests to see all the beautiful details you have created within your centerpiece and they will be able to get a better view of just how lovely they are. However, if your centerpiece consists of candles or its own lighting, pinspot lighting is likely not a good fit.
·         Is this going to hurt my wallet? The cost for pinspot lighting is dependent on a few factors. Labor is a huge factor into the cost. Allowing adequate time for your company to set up is key to ensuring that you don’t have to pay more laborers for set up. The location of your venue is also another factor. More travel distance means more travel cost. The most obvious factor is how many pinspot lights you will need.

Lighting is certainly an element that can create a gorgeous atmosphere for your big day. Here at I Thee Wed, we believe that every wedding should be gorgeous, and certainly planned to perfection! If you are ready to begin planning your greater Cincinnati area wedding, be sure to contact us today for your complimentary consultation.



Photo Source: Leppert Photography

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