A quick video showing the impact our Intelligent lighting can make on your First Dance as husband and wife. This venue was particularly dark, the spotlighting takes your already special moment to the next level. Photographers LOVE Lighting and it will definitely enhance your photos. Want your first dance under spotlight? Contact DJ Jason Rullo today at http://www.jamminjason.com
As you may or may not know, my Wife also provides Chair Cover Services in the Pittsburgh area for all types of events. Looking to make an immediate impact on the look of your venue? Consider using chair covers to do so! Here is a photo from a recent event at Chestnut Ridge Golf Resort in Blairsville, PA.
This past weekend I DJ’d for Sarah and Mark’s Wedding Reception at Chestnut Ridge Golf Resort. As always, I love working there. Here is a shot from Sarah and Mark’s first dance as husband and wife. This was an awesome wedding and a great kick off to wedding season 2014
Here’s another shot from one of the slow dances. Wash lighting can really set the mood!
Uplighting is the art of painting with light to create a truly elegant background for the most beautiful and well planned days of your lives together as a couple. Uplighting is a series of lights that can be set up around the room, usually placed on or near the floor projecting vibrant colors up towards the walls or other architectural features of the room.
Using lighting to bring out the colors of your wedding, your bridesmaids dresses, your flowers and the aspects of the room help create a truly unique and exceptional wedding. The secret lies in the type of lighting, where to place the lighting, and using it to enhance and boost the already beautiful aspects of your wedding. Looking for a lower overall cost in decor, but still looking for a large impact on the overall look of your event? Uplighting is it!
Inquire today for pricing on uplighting
There are many ways to use uplighting. Think of using up-lights to bring life to your:
• Head table
• Cakes …don’t worry…Our LED’s emit NO heat and won’t melt the icing!
• Architectural room features (windows, columns, etc…)
• Decorative additions (such as pillars, floral arrangements, easels, etc…)