Led Uplighting...

Transform your venue or marquee with our LED Uplighting service. Strategically placed LED parcans can wash the whole room in your colour scheme and be integrated with the disco lighting in the evening to bring the whole room to life.

Marquees are the ideal setting for our LED uplighting, where you can replace standard white halogen lighting, with the rich, vibrant colours produced by LED par cans.

The beauty of LED technology means that by mixing Red, Green and Blue LEDs, thousands of different colours can be created. Each light can be individually controlled, so its possible to have one single colour throughout the room, or alternating colours, or even a random assortment. We can create any effect you like, the only limit is your imagination!

Our lights are unique, in that they don't get hot and they consume very little power, which makes them an ideal and affordable option for your special day.

For more information, and photos, visit our sister website - Colour My Wedding

Photo & Video Projection...

We're now pleased to be able to offer big screen projection along with your Wedding Disco. We've been asked to provide this for many occasions, here are just a few examples of uses for this service -

  • Showing a DVD or presentation as guests arrive or at a set point in the evening.
  • Showing photos from wedding ceremonies for your evening guests, photos from weddings abroad at an after-party, or even photos from your stag or hen night!
  • Showing music videos and synchronised graphics.
  • Displaying messages and dedications during the disco.

Just add either of these to your booking using our Online Quote System, to complete the Perfect Wedding Disco!

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