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Fort Belvoir Officers Club Wedding Monogram Lighting

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Wedding monogram light projected on the dancefloor in front of the sweetheart table.

This photo is an example of a classic three letter monogram projected on the dancefloor at the Officers Club at Fort Belvoir in Fort Belvoir, VA.

One of the biggest challenges lighting at the Fort Belvoir Officers Club is the large windows and expansive views that let in lots of natural light. Natural light is the strongest form of lighting and many times washes out the effect of wedding lighting. One of the benefits of our lighting is the color temperature is different from natural light allowing it to show up better in rooms with lots of natural light.

The effect of the monogram will intensify as the evening progresses but in this example the light held up in challenging lighting conditions. When lighting for your wedding think of ways to increase the darkness or control the lightness in the room so you can achieve the right lighting conditions for your event.

A monogram light for your wedding can add a beautiful focal point to a room and we can help you achieve the best results possible on a DIY budget.

Venue: Officers Club at Fort Belvoir – Fort Belvoir, VA

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Brittany and Matthew’s Wedding Black and White Glass Gobo Design & Light Rental

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Brittany and Matthew were married in Montana June 2010. In most of Montana, lighting companies can be really hard to find. The good news is that they were able to rent their monogram gobo for their wedding and have it shipped to them directly!

We workd with them on the design, and they supplied a version of the monogram very close to this one.

Brittany and Matthew decided to shine the monogram design on the dancefloor and it came out really nice. It held up to the light in the room during the daytime and transitioned very well into the darkness of the night time.

This is a great example of a black and white glass wedding gobo. Notice how intricate the design can be when using black and white glass gobo. Here are more details on the benefits of using a glass gobo instead of steel.

The light and the monogram design looked excellent for their wedding and we were so happy to be able to help!

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