5 Ways to Light Your Wedding in 2017

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It’s a new year and a new wave of weddings are fast approaching. (For us that’s pretty exciting with our new wedding accessories!) If you are recently engaged (congrats!) and looking for unique and fun wedding lighting options this year, then have we got the solutions for you. From DIY options to a slightly more professional production, here are some of the options for lighting up your big day this year.

Fairy Lights

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We LOVE LOVE LOVE the romantic effects fairy lights can have on a room. It transforms even the most simple event room into a magical and enchanted place. We love how the bride and groom paired fairy lights with simple white banners to brighten this simple venue!

(photo via Ruffled Blog)

Light up the Aisle

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It’s your big day and the one time in your life where you are definitely expected to make an entrance. And you wouldn’t eat to disappoint, right? May we recommend lining the aisle with candles? We love them in these big rustic lanterns – perfect for the autumnal theme of this wedding but equally stunning in all wedding themes. And don’t even get us started on the candles and fireplace up at the front. That’s rustic wedding lighting at its finest. So romantic, don’t you think?

(photo via Once Wed)

Large Letter Lights

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Large letter lights are a brilliant way to make a big statement in your wedding decor and are the perfect backdrop for a dance floor or photos like in the pic above of Nat and Rich at their East Riddleston Hall wedding. We rent these out in the Yorkshire area, so if you are near us then get in touch. Equally, if you aren’t sure if renting or buying is a good idea, then take a quick look at our guide here.

(photo from Toast of Leeds)

Gazebo Lanterns

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We love these hanging lanterns over a dressed up trestle table. It’s a great way to not only dress up a simple marquee or gazebo, but also to keep space free on your tables, which is often a problem with slim event tables when you need to fit food, cameras, flowers, handbags and everything else people are taking out of their pockets on to the table in addition to drinks and plates.

Photo from A Low Country Wedding


Wedding candles

Candles are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to light up a room and create an atmosphere. Use scented to add ambiance and cover up food smells, or unscented for a simple, yet beautifully romantic venue for your wedding. We love them set up in jars and bottles as in the picture above.

Photo from Rock my Wedding

Need some large letter lights for your wedding? Take a look at our offering here.