Add a Wow Factor to Your Wedding Reception at The Palm House with Pinspots and String Lights
Looking for a way to make your wedding reception unforgettable? Look no further than Pinspots and String Lights! Utilizing Pinspots and String Lights as part of your wedding décor is an easy way instantly add a wow factor to your wedding. Pinspots are ideal for highlight your table centerpieces and wedding cake. String Lights are ideal for illuminating the outside area around the water fountain. Keep reading to learn more about why you should consider using Pinspots and String Lights for your special day at The Palm House!
What are Pinspots?
Pinspots are small, concentrated beams of light that are typically used as accent lighting. They are generally focused individually on one small object, such as a table centerpiece or a wedding cake. As a result, they highlight them with a soft glow that does not overpower the rest of the room. This type of lighting is perfect for weddings because it allows you to draw attention to certain areas without taking away from the overall ambiance. Plus, they look great in pictures!
Outdoor String Lights Have it All for your Wedding!
As you can see, hanging outdoor String Lights is a great idea for your wedding at The Palm House. Most often, we hang our String Lights around the outdoor water fountain behind The Palm House. From creating the perfect mood lighting to being safe and affordable, outdoor string lights have it all!
Why Should I Use Pinspots and String Lights at The Palm House?
Adding Pinspots and String Lights into your wedding décor is an easy way to bring some extra sparkle and shine into your big day at The Palm House. From highlighting centerpieces with a dedicated light to illuminating the area around the water fountain, they are both an essential lighting solutions. Therefore, they will help ensure the look of your special day is one that guests will remember forever! So why wait – contact our team today about including Pinspots and String Lights in your decorating scheme!
Date: Friday, June 15, 2018
Address: The Palm House (Brooklyn Botanical Gardens), 1000 Washington Ave Brooklyn, NY 11225