We got to go big and bold with the @newrelic holiday party last year, filling the entire room with warm, futuristic uplights along the center columns and upper floor, patterned gobos on the ceiling, matching the bar on the ground floor.
Another Impact employee tied the knot last January at @stablecafe. Spencer and Mollie loved the feel of a lush outdoor wedding, but January in San Francisco made that a pretty chilly prospect, so they opted to bring the outdoors in for a cozy dinner with friends under a canopy of string lights before heading back to the patio to dance the night away.
It was great to work with event planner @fogcutter_sf on this beautiful event.
Last summer, we had the privilege of lighting a wedding at the historic 16th St Station in #WestOakland. The #lightingdesign for this grand event heightened the dramatic architecture of this majestic building, both inside and out. Photos by Martin Cortez.
We added mystery and whimsy to this French Quarter inspired holiday party at the @billgrahamcivic by keeping the house lights dim, gently lighting shrubbery and tables, and relying on floral gobos to provide atmospheric floor lighting. #moodlighting#lightingdesign#eventpros
As we honor love this month, here is Rental Manager Matt Allard at his own #wedding in San Diego last June. A number of staff headed south to help set up colorful uplights while celebrating with him and his beautiful wife, Courtney. We love how well the lights coordinate with the bride's fabulous hair! #lightingpros
At this elegant wedding at Vintage Estates in #yountville, we created the illusion of a tent by highlighting the draped fabrics and floral arrangements to create a defined space for the dining area without completely closing it off. #lightmagic#lightingpros#eventprofs
A lesser known perk of working at Impact is designing your own wedding lights. At this #Calistoga venue, Claire chose to swag market string lights over the dance floor. "I loved the diffuse glow that they give off," she explains. "There's something almost magical in their twinkle when you look up and see them against the night sky." Congratulations, Claire!