Planning your wedding day is a tough, but rewarding process. Each detail plays an important role. From finalizing the guest list to picking out flowers, everything should blend seamlessly. Once the work is done and you see your vision come to life, every hour spent researching and on the phone will have been worth it.
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.
Conversion is not the smooth, easy-going process some seem to think – John Bunyan
Only the wisest and stupidest never change. Confucius
Changes are difficult, even ones that are helpful. Ever keep walking around a needed change, circling it, yet never stepping down that path?
Many people have heard about the benefits of changing to LED Christmas lighting. Some aren’t convinced there’s a need. Others are convinced, but the change seems overwhelming, especially with all the expense and busyness that’s already part of the holiday. But especially for townships, municipalities, businesses, or individuals with large holiday light displays, it may be time for conversion.
Here are some reasons to consider making the change.
The average holiday light show is limited to the color of the bulbs and either a steady glow or a “twinkle” flashing effect. But for the ambitious decorator, a relatively new LED lighting option can transform a display from basic to “Bravo!” Last week, students in NJ put our programmable RGB LED lights to the test for a school science fair project. Their work not only shows us some of the endless possibilities with this technology, but also the amazing science behind it. In fact, they learned not only about light (and LEDs), but color, computer programming, and how images are displayed on a screen. Way to go, students!
People all over the country are emerging from the long winter and venturing outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather. It is time to start thinking about your back yard. Get that rake out and clean up the mess that winter left. Run to the local nursery for new plants and flowers for your garden. Start planning your backyard parties and BBQs with family and friends. It’s a great time to think about ways to make your back yard and patio an oasis you can escape to after a long day.
It’s that joyous time of year. When the snow finally starts to melt. The trees start to bud tiny bits of green. Spring is in the air and that means that brides-to-be everywhere are anxiously counting down the days to their big day. Spring and early summer are the best months for weddings, especially outdoor weddings. The right decorative atmosphere helps to make your outdoor wedding magical and memorable.
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. 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.
This amazing lighting display was actually put up last Christmas, winning Good Morning America’s holiday lighting contest. But we thought its patriotic theme might serve as inspiration for the 4th of July.