LED lights are an eye-catching and innovative way to draw attention to local events. This year, take your events beyond decorating the façade of your business or wrapping the landscaping in rope lights. Those time-honored decorative techniques will still add excitement to your event, but to really make some heads turn—get creative!
“Heroes are made by the paths they choose, not the powers they are graced with.”
—Brodi Ashton, Everneath
Cinco De Mayo is one of the most popular ethnic holidays celebrated in the United States. Lucky for us, it is right around the corner! Once you’ve decided on the menu and guest list, it’s time to get down to the decor. A welcoming ambiance full of bright colors and fun decor will set the stage for your event, letting them know from the moment they arrive that they are in for a great time.
If warm weather, birdsong, and a few early buds on the trees haven’t gotten you thinking spring, knowing that Easter is coming should do the trick! Bright, pastel Easter colors are a nice departure from the deep tones of winter. You’ll find these happy shades blooming in Easter dresses and other spring clothing, baskets with artificial straw, jellybeans, candy coatings and seasonal sweet treats, and egg coloring kits. So while you’re preparing for Easter egg hunts, church services, and chocolate overload, it’s great to know you can add bright, safe LED lighting to your decorations—in colors that perfectly match the season.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for all of you college basketball fans, and even for you none basketball fans who don’t know the bracket definition, it’s still an exciting time. Your eyes will be glued to your TV as you cheer on your favorite teams. Friendly discussions between your friends will turn into competitive banter as the games go by and the winners work their way through the brackets. Team colors will be represented and jerseys will be worn. Most of you die-hard fans will stop at nothing to show your team spirit.
Spring is just around the corner and you know what that means? St. Patty’s Day is too. Whether you have plans to share some corned beef and cabbage with your family or throw a festive celebration with your friends, there are many simple ways to set the mood using LED lighting and basic household items.
When you think of making an LED purchase, you are normally only thinking of a specific event, holiday, or special occasion that would allow you to bring them out and dazzle your guests. But if you’re going to be spending on premium LED lighting, you should find ways to utilize your purchase year round to get the most bang for your buck! With a bit of creative flare and the right idea, string lights or Rope light can have endless uses for interior and exterior design opportunities. Luckily we’re here with a few tips, tricks and ideas for year round use of your LED lights around your home or garden spaces:
Have you just moved to a new neighborhood that goes all out with Christmas decorations? How about a small business owner trying to spruce up your storefront around the holiday season? Whatever your reasoning, Holiday LEDs is here with some tips that can help you transform an area into a commercial-grade setting that offers a warm welcome to anyone passing by.
Whether you are planning for outdoor lighting, patio lighting, or any DIY project around your home or backyard it’s incredibly important to know the differences between the two major types of bulbs that are available on the market right now- incandescent and LED lights. Here we will discuss the things that make both of these types of lights unique, including both their positives and negatives, as well as the most popular places to use them.
One of the major downsides to exterior lighting is typically the high cost associated with those lights that will enhance your home and backyard. Lucky for you, Holiday LEDs has a wide selection of sale and clearance strings year-round that will allow you to do all of the outdoor decorating you can imagine without breaking the bank. We’ve compiled a list of eight budget outdoor lighting ideas to keep your yard looking bright, inviting and enchanting.