We once again supplied lighting for a wedding at the fabulous RHS Wisely Glasshouse this weekend.
Using stock equipment we installed lighting to emphasise and complement the many different plants on show in the Glasshouse. We also used lights to offer a dappled textured light across the tables, to simulate the sun setting through the trees and plants.
A complete collection of photos from all previous work undertaken in RHS Wisely’s Glasshouse, can be seen here.
This small venue located in Richmond has fabulous grounds and is an ideal wedding venue. We installed some very simple lighting, which helped set the mood for the evening and brought the venue to life.
Concept Completion undertook the lighting for a wedding at the idyllic Ghyll Manor in Sussex. Located in 40 acres of private gardens, this venue is a fantastic wedding location.
We undertook the lighting for the wedding breakfast, reception and evenings entertainment in Hunsdon Hall. This space features a fantastic period wooden ceiling, complete with visible wooden structural beams.
Using our stock lighting equipment, we gently bathed the room in a dappled break up of light. For this we used a selection of blue colours to complement the colour theme selected by the bride and groom. We also added to this by using uplights around the perimeter of the room to bring the space in and make it feel intimate.
To help the guests see at their tables, we introduced pin spots to every table. This has the added benefit of allowing for a lower light level across the space whilst giving guests plenty of light.
The wooden ceiling and structural beams were bathed in a warm chocolate coloured light. This created interest and highlighted the extraordinary feature of the room.
In September, Concept Completion undertook the lighting, sound and staging for a wedding taking place at the Beaconsfield Gallery in London. This contemporary space features an ornate railway arch where the wedding celebrations took place.
Towards the end of the arch, a 16ft x 8ft stage was installed to accommodate the band. This was carpeted in black complete with a matching fascia. We used the latest high quality d&b audiotechnik system, along with a Yamaha LS9 mixing console. This gave us the flexibility to give the band individual monitor mixes as well as mix front of house for both the band and a DJ later in the evening.
The lighting was designed to transform the railway arch into an intimate atmospheric venue. Our brief from the client was – midnight under the stars. We created this using a light blue patterned break up of light complemented with warm uplighting. Later in the evening we changed the colour of the venue to match the desired cabaret brief.
We also installed some exterior lighting to highlight the beauty of the building and give guests some light to enjoy the celebrations by.