The Epic Experience

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Enter state/date to select quantity   kit options are DIY uplights, monogram light for a wall (gobo installed), LED cake pinspot, 7′ – 10′ straight drape backdrop, fog based cloud machine (ice cube & dry ice not provided)

–  Note: fabric can’t be cut, altered, dyed, or stained
–  View lighting color options in color chart tab below
–  Battery: outdoor uplights, wireless uplights, pinspots
–  Outside Use: Outdoor uplights are rain/waterproof
–  Package weight is in additional information tab below
–  Setup Time: 45 mins (cloud has 5 min warm-up time)
–  Rentals Arrive: 2-days prior to the event date
–  Send back 2-day after event date to avoid late fees
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Easy to Setup DIY Rentals (5 Min)

See how we setup everything in this bundle in these 5 videos ▼


The Epic Experience Package is our most requested bundle. This package has everything that a DIY client could ask for. There is no need to book an expensive vendor for your event when you can set it up yourself in a fraction of the time & save on costs! You can choose from (5) services including entire room uplighting, wedding monogram lighting, cake spotlight, backdrop drapery & dancing on a cloud machine. Our affordable prices offer more options. Keep reading & find out what makes this complete DIY package so popular with FREE shipping nationwide. Read More...


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Additional information

Weight 50 lbs
Dimensions 46 x 26 x 18 in

1 review for The Epic Experience

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michelle Kashou

    We rented a bundled package since we wanted multiple services. I really didn’t think I needed the cake pinspot but it was only $10. I am so glad that I added that to my package. It made my cake look way more expensive than what I paid for it. The lighting and drapery really helped to transform our venue. Also, the photo booth was a complete success. I definitely recommend this package for weddings.

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Easy Setup Instructions

How to setup DIY uplighting in a room

1.   Position your uplights so that they are on the ground near the walls of your room with a similar amount of distance between them
2.   Next give them power by attaching a PowerCon cable from the wall to the bottom blue socket of the uplight fixture
3.   Now you can turn the uplight with the bottom switch for power
4.   Finally enter your static uplight color on the light (refer to our setup video on how to do this if needed)

Overview of light monogram with a stand and plunger
(use to make light higher and project light above guests’ heads)

1.   Open the stand legs, this is easily done by loosening a knob on the side of the tripod, you can then carefully pull out the legs to make the base wider
2.   Now all three of the legs are extended make sure they are about 2 feet apart, afterward make the side knob tight on your stand (don’t overtighten)
3.   Take the plunger piece and slide this over your stand at the very top (if it is snug that is good)
4.   Attach your light by taking the top nut off the plunger and then wedge the light bracket between the two nuts and screw the top nut onto the bracket hand tight (but not too tight or you will need tools to remove)
5.   Your monogram light rental gets power from the included cord just run this from the back of the light unit to the closest outlet on your wall
6.   Your light should turn on immediately, the 4 handles will then pull out and away from the light to open and allow the light to be visible on the wall you have it aimed
7.   Make your stand higher by loosening the stand knob, raising and then re-tightening to the best height (the bracket on the side of the light will be able to adjust the fixture up and down so it is positioned in the right spot)
8.   Using the two sliding nobs on the barrel of the unit slide them both forward and backward to get the right amount of zoom/focus (this step will take approx 2-5 mins)

Easy setup for a monogram on a table
(this doesn’t have a stand/plunger)

1.   Your monogram will power on once it is plugged in from the wall to your back area of the light
2.   The light turns on without having to hit any switch, open the 4 side shutters (they might have a plastic handle that is red) when you pull the handles out the light will come out of the unit, make sure all handles are pulled away from the light
3.   Set the light down on a table, aim it where you want, and using the brackets elevate and aim up/down so it is positioned correctly
4.   The last step is to take two sliding knobs on the long portion of the light and slide them back and forth so the light has the right amount of zoom and focus (typically this step will take you 2-5 minutes to get in the sweet spot)

How pinspots are attached magnetically to a ceiling
(easy way to get up high and aim down for a dramatic look)

1.   Remove the drop ceiling clamp and put it back in your shipping container (make sure the screw goes back in place)
2.   You will need a ladder tall enough to attach the magnet part of our pinspot to a surface that is magnetic
3.   Next you can turn on the light (just hit the switch on the back), and aim your pinspot, it will light up decor that is 25 feet away or closer
4.   When you are back on the ground, aim your remote at the front of the pinspot and turn it off
5.   Multiple pinspots should have enough room between them (5 or more feet is a good rule of thumb)
6.   30 minutes before your guest walk through the doors turn on the pinspots with your remote (this makes your battery last longer)

Guide on how pinspots are mounted to a drop ceiling
(this ceiling will have tiles and a grid for clamps)

1.   When working on the ceiling you will need a sturdy ladder to access the drop ceiling, and clamp the drop ceiling clips over the grid (tighten in place)
2.   The pinspots should be turned on while in the air, next aim on your desired decor location (they will light as far as 25 feet away)
3.   Step off the ladder and using the remote aim at the front of your pinspot beam and hit the off button on your remote
5.   All your pinspots should have at least 5 feet spacing between them (this prevents the remote from not working how it should)
6.   Wait until your guests are about to enter (30-15 mins) then turn your pinspots back on using the wireless remote (this makes the most of your battery)

Instructions on setting up pinspots with a base plate
(great for situations if you don’t have a ladder or any drop ceiling tiles to attach to)

1.   The pinspot has a magnetic bottom on the arm (remove the scissor clamp if necessary and put it in the shipping container), attach the magnetic portion to a safe area on your wall, ceiling, or railing
2.   Next you will need to turn the pinspot on via the switch on the back bottom and aim it at your decor or arrangements (this will light up surfaces 25 feet away)
3.   Get creative and hide the pinspot with a vase or decor element in front of it so guests don’t see the pinspot but it still does its job
4.   Your pinspot should stay turned off until a half-hour before guests will start coming in (this will maximize your batteries life)

Pinspot set up on a lighting stand
(this is used to raise the height of pinspots for pinspotting cakes and centerpieces, it is a good option if you don’t want to mount on the ceiling or use a ladder)

1.   Take the tripod and make the screw loose to start opening the legs of the stand
2.   You want your base to be wide enough to have a 2-foot gap between the three legs, then make the knob tight (without over-tightening)
3.   Place the metal bar on the top by sliding it over the top of the stand (a tight fit is okay you don’t want it loose)
4.   Get your pinspot ready by first removing any ceiling clamp (make sure to screw the screw back in and place it in the shipping box) and next line up the magnet on the pinspot with the metal surface of the stand and have them connect
5.   You can use 1 or multiple pinspots per stand, if you are using more than 1 stand then set them up on 2 different sides of your area to light, this will reduce the likely hood of any shadows to create the right amount of brightness
6.   Now turn on your pinspots by flipping the switch on the light
7.   On the side of your stand is a knob, loosen that to raise the upper middle section (this will make your pinspots go higher to create a better beam path, your pinspots should be turned on)
8.   If you have the right height, then insert the metal pin in the hole (if there you have a pin) and tighten the side knob so the pinspots stay at that height (you don’t want to make the knob overly tight)
9.   Aim your pinspots where they need to be you can use the side pinspot bracket to make adjustments. If you need to get higher use a chair or a ladder. If you don’t have access to either, then you will want to lower the stand height, adjust the pinspot lights at a lower level and re-raise the pinspots and lock the height into place again.

How to setup a straight drapery backdrop

1.   Put your crossbars on the ground end to end, these should be centered on the area you want to cover in draping
2.   Drop a base plate at each edge of your crossbar (the base plates should have the ferrule pin screwed tight to your hole in the center of the base plate)
3.   Next slide your upright over the base plate ferrule completely (if this is a tight fit only push down 50% and not all the way down)
4.   Connect your crossbars from 1 upright top slot to the next one 10 feet away, your crossbars should be secure make sure they are in the slot completely (repeat this step for every section with crossbars)
5.   This is what we call the skeleton, next you throw 4 fabric pieces over each individual crossbar (you want the same amount of drapery on each side of your individual crossbar when hanging your fabric Tip for silver sequin & gold sequin fabric this has a pole pocket and will be inserted into the crossbar instead of thrown over
6.   All fabric will get pleated and every edge needs to get overlapped, your hardware should be completely covered for a clean look (the center portion of the crossbar should also be the center point of your two overlapping pieces of drapes)
7.   Raise the uprights slowly a foot each time going back and forth between all your uprights, repeat this step until all your uprights are even and raised to an approximate 10-foot height
8.   The last step is to lift the lower part of your drapery and finalize the fabric, slowly lower it so that it is not twisted and lays nicely, then you will tuck and bottom fabric for a finished look

The how-to guide for dancing on a cloud kit

1.   The week of your event, decide if you want to use ice cubes or dry ice. You can find the nearest dry ice supplier and make sure they have at least 20 lbs of dry ice pellets in stock, get an icebox ready and put inside a plastic scooper (not metal), a small throw blanket (that is not fuzzy), and heavy-duty insulated gloves
2.   The day before your event, purchase 20 lbs of dry ice pellets (should cost between $1-$2 per pound) and place the non-fuzzy small throw blanket over the ice in the box to insulate the dry ice, store the plastic scooper on top of the box not inside (if your dry ice provider is available the day of your event, then purchase it from them that morning)
3.   If you decide to use a metal scooper it can never be stored inside the box with the dry ice it will be subject to sub-zero temperatures
4.   On the day of your event, store dry ice in an icebox somewhere safe and out of children’s reach
5.   5 minutes before you need to make the cloud effect, pour the fog solution into the machine, plug in the power cord for your machine, load 4 lbs of ice, attach the remote control and turn on the unit
6.   If you trip a circuit, unplug the fixture, reset the breaker for the circuit, and then use this further down the wall on another circuit
7.   The machine will take 3 minutes to warm up, once ready it will turn on with the buttons from the remote control
8.   Once your effect is done, make sure there are no dry ice pellets on the ground, use towels to wipe up any water/residue on the floor, and safely dispose of any excess ice in the machine by dumping it in the kitchen sink in the back of the venue, drain water excess water with the back valve and empty all fog fluid from the tank in the machine.
9.   Safely dispose of the dry ice by transporting the cooler closed into your personal vehicle, we recommend disposing of the dry ice under your supervision in a safe location at a later time after the event, if there is no safe location to dispose of the dry ice then open the box in a well-ventilated area, store the box up high, and let the ice evaporate until gone (can take anywhere from 2 hours to 48 hours)
10.   Make sure to unplug all cords before placing them back in the box, return the machine with all wires & the bottle that came with the fog

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Monogram Distance Chart

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