Up-lighting has become the new high standard for elegance and ambiance at weddings and celebrations across the country. New technology has allowed DJs to be able to program their lighting to match or contrast the colors of the celebration as the guests of honor would like. New LED lighting offers a nearly endless color spectrum without the hassles of stringing hundreds of feet of cords around the room and limiting the placement to spots near an electric outlet. Up-lighting can be used against walls/pillars to add focal points to the room. It can be placed under the head table or cake table to add color to both sheer and opaque skirting. The beauty and elegance these lights bring to any event is sure to enhance the experience of all the guests.
Source 1 offers up-lighting to any package for a small addition fee of $15.00 per light. The number of lights needed will be determined by the size of the hall and the client’s needs. Lights can be preset colors or color matched to linens or event colors. Up to 24 lights may be used at a single location and up lighting is available on a strict first come/first serve policy.
Source 1 does offer up-lighting as a rental-only service for any event within a 25 mile range, based from downtown Kenosha, WI, beyond that range there will be a mileage charge for delivery, set-up and removal. Rental lighting, not in conjunction with a Source 1 contracted event, is $20.00 per light, with a $50.00 set-up/pick-up fee, a fully refundable deposit and is by contract only. Rental lighting is on a first come/first serve basis and after consideration of all Source 1 contracted events. Please call our office to see if lighting is available for your date/times.
All up-lighting rentals are subject to a $50.00 set-up/pick-up fee. A fully refundable deposit of $200.00 per 4 lights rented is required to secure the rental. This deposit will be refunded upon verification that all rental lights are undamaged and in working condition upon completion of the contracted event. Any damage or theft of rental equipment is the sole financial responsibility of the person(s) contracting the services.