(Closed) How to do Tulle/Twinkle Lighting in a Tent

posted 9 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I didn’t do it for my wedding but we used to do it all the time in sorority.

We would string up the tulle and lights at the same time.  You might have to play with it and see how tight or flowy you want the tulle to look.  We used to lay out the tulle and then place the lights over it and then wrap the tulle around the lights and staple it up to the wall.  Use a staple gun and make sure you don’t staple the lights wire. We’d make loops with the tulle and lights about every 5 feet. 

I would suggest practicing with it before the day of. Hope this helps.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Ask the company what they use? What about clips? You can clip the tulle and lights to the tent. I am thinking of those wooden laundry clips but you might find something cuter. If you wrap the lights in the tulle, you might only need to clip the tulle and not the lights since the tulle will support the lights.

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