Post # 1
In about an hour we will be meeting with our DJ at our reception site so he can set up the lighitng.. He told me he had a huge variety of colors to choose from (our colors are black, ivory, and champagne gold so no lighiting is really available in those colors) Any suggestions on what color of lighing to use to make a room look romatic and warm looking??? (We’re having an Italian/Vineyard themed wedding, so were looking for lots of candles and warm lighing for a ultra romatic and elegant look.)
Post # 3
Sorry – No suggestions but we have the same colors :))
Post # 4
Oh oh! I had so much fun at our uplighting appointment. This was one aspect of our wedding that I wanted to be super involved in and I was so excited about! We are going with a darkish blue for our lighting, but with your theme I would suggest maybe an amber-ish lighting?I think it would really compliment the candles and add a lot of warmth.
Are you keeping your lighting the same throughout the entire evening? We are leaving ours set for the beginning through dinner, then switching it up during dancing. If you do this, just make sure to stay pretty much within a color scheme and make sure they fade from one to another nicely so it doesn’t look like a circus! Just another suggestion! 🙂
Post # 5
I second the amber lighting!! It’s such a warm color and everybody looks good in amber lighting!
Post # 6
Warning: tell your photographer about the amber lighting. Our colors were gold/champagne and ivory. We had amber-ish uplights. The hall looked so beautiful, but the photos are very unimpressive. It looks orange! When we edit the colors to adjust for the lighting, then the people turn orange. I’m actually really bummed that we don’t have a decent picture in the bunch, and I’m hoping people’s cameras took better pics than our photographer. It may have just been our photographer, but he is claiming the amber lights is what caused it.