Never mind the ‘80 shoulder pads and overly teased hair, Lane and Kelly added a touch of class to their southern wedding reception with simple white string twinkle lights hung from tree to tree. There are numerous ways you can recreate and adapt this look to accommodate your own person event style.
Stringing twinkle lights from end to peak in a rental tent gives the illusion of the night sky. We especially love executing this look with a clear tent so your guests will be able to view the real night’s stars through luminescence twinkle lights.
This bride and groom chose to string twinkle lights from the peak to one end of the barn. This gives their wedding venue the illusion of ultra-high ceilings. It also adds a touch of formality to what would have been a more casual venue.
Floating twinkle light centerpieces are an affordable way to make your wedding or special event glow. Weave twinkle lights through inexpensive grapevine spheres or adhere icicle twinkle lights to a hula-hoop. Then hang above your rental tables with good ole fishing line.
Combine tulle fabric and string twinkle lights to create an innovative alternative to pipe and drape.
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