• How Do LED Christmas Lights Compare to Traditional Incandescent Lights in Energy Efficiency?

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  • Creative Ways to Light Up Your Wedding

    Posted on by Hannah Marcum

    You have started planning your big day, you have the perfect dress, cake, color scheme and then you realize that you have forgotten all about the lighting. Never fear, that is exactly what we are here for. I will be sharing a few fun and creative ways to use Christmas lights to make your wedding the most beautiful and glowing it can be. Using the right lighting can really make all of your other decor and hard work pop.

    Mini Lights

    Mini Lights for Weddings

    Mini Christmas lights are one of simplest and most common ways   to decorate for special events. If you will be having an outdoor wedding you will see that there are limitless options. Wrap trees on the grounds of your wedding or reception. String these little fairy lights from post around your reception area over tables to have a starry effect. If you are using a tent, you can drape them along the top and make them swag a bit for a soft glow. 


    Curtain and Icicle Lights

    Curtain and Icicle LightsAn indoor wedding would never be complete without the perfect photo backdrop. Hanging curtain lights or icicle lights behind a sheer fabric makes a subtle but stunning glow to light up the background of photos. Icicle lights can have a similar effect but in a more undone way. Using icicle Christmas lights can give your barn wedding just the right amount of light with being too polished. 

    Patio Lights

    Patio LightsGlobe or patio lights have been a more recent discovery in the decorating world, but they have blown up on Pinterest for weddings. These are beautiful strung from posts over dinner tables for your reception. You can hang globe bulbs from the rafters of a barn for a rustic glow. The most interesting option is hang some strings of these bistro bulbs vertically on a wall for a stunning backdrop for your ceremony or photo booth. 

    I really hope these few tips will help simplify the wedding lighting projects you may have coming up. Remember, there are no rules with decorating and you can get as creative as you want. Mix and match and create the perfect look for you. 

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  • Lighting up Your 4th of July

    Posted on by Hannah Marcum

    Lighting upWe are ready for warm weather, cookouts and fireworks. Independence Day is one of the most fun celebrations of the year, not only because it happens during summer time, but because of the reason we celebrate. What better way to show our pride and patriotism than with lighting. We have some really fun options to do just that in your own back yard.

    Patriotic Icicle Lights


    These fun red, white and blue icicle lights come in two different options, 100 count and 150 count. These would be the perfect addition to your backyard shindig. String these up along the gutters or roof line and watch your party come to life. These will give an awesome and festive glow to your Fourth of July barbecue!

    Patriotic Displays

    There are not a lot of choices here, but the few that we offer are perfect. Hang an American flag on your front porch to show everyone your American pride. You don't have to take this down after the holiday, you can leave this up all year. Why not? 

    Other Patriotic Lights

    Red, white and blue spheres are fun for hanging in the trees around your home for a glow for your party or event. There are also stake spheres that would be great the line your walkway for guests. Umbrella lights would work great for lighting up your patio table. 

    Of course there are globe bulbs, mini lights, LED's and other options that you can mix and match to get everything you want for your get together. 

    There are no rules to decorating, just remember to be creative and have fun!

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