The prow is a great place for your wedding ceremony. Here, I hid a tall light pole behind this white structural column. The lights require no electricity, eliminating the need for messy wires and are fully controlled from a small portable lighting board.
With the ceremony under way and the sun nearly completely set, you can see the beautiful and effective results from my front lighting described in the preceding picture.
Once the sun sets, this single large space needs more light than it has. Uplighting placed evenly along the exterior wall is the answer.
Although not pictured, pinspotting brings a warm inviting light to the centers of every table. Mine are wireless and can be placed anywhere overhead this room which is ideal, no matter how your tables are laid out.
The view looking toward the end where the dance party usually takes place. Bistro string lighting swagged back and forth is another excellent way to cast an even, warm glow throughout this cavernous space.
A unique look at just how massive this space is. My completely wireless uplights are easy to space evenly without worry of the number or location of electrical outlets. Best of all, there's never any messy wires on the floor.
Looking down from the balcony at the dance party featuring computer-controlled color-changing uplights and LED moving heads, all timed to the music. This is no time for taking more pictures; I've got to keep this dance floor packed!
Based on the lack of existing lighting in this area, uplights are used on this wall. If budget allows, the ideal number is one on every other column, like at this event.
While uplighting casts a cozy glow, pinspotting is added here for a dose of focused, functional light on these dining tables.