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Eventeer™ Lighting Bundle

$413.00 $313.00

 
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Enter state/date to select quantity  📦 kit options are DIY uplights, monogram light for a wall (gobo installed), cake pinspot

–  Colors: View lighting color options in the color chart tab above
–  Battery: Only outdoor uplights, wireless uplighting, & pinspots
–  Outside Use: Only outdoor uplighting is waterproof from rain
–  Weight & Dimensions: view additional information tab above
–  Expected Setup Time: less than 15 minutes
–  Rentals Arrive: 2-days prior to the event date
–  Duration: Send back 2-day after event date to avoid late fees
–  FREE Nationwide Shipping both ways on orders over $94

 

3 Min Overview of DIY Rentals

Watch exactly how to setup this bundle in our 3 videos ▼

 
 
 
 
 

Description

Uplighting, monogram, & pinspot bundles are the most cost-effective solution for DIY wedding receptions & event gatherings. We consider these rentals the trifecta of transforming your space with color. Are you concerned with how much local vendors are charging? Stop overpaying for your party, do this yourself so it is done right and you save on your budget. For even more options check out our EPIC Experience Package. Learn how this lighting package will make your night amazing! Read More...

 

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Additional information

Weight 50 lbs
Dimensions 46 x 26 x 18 in

1 review for Eventeer™ Lighting Bundle

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pamela Wilson

    The lighting arrived on-time neatly packed in the shipping cases. I was surprised how easy it was to setup this lighting. I kept wondering why other companies charged so much for up lights?? I ordered wireless lighting so we didn’t need to plug anything in. The whole setup was done in less than 30 minutes. We used a mint green to compliment our spring wedding. Also the monogram looked amazing in our photos!!

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Easy Setup Instructions

How to setup uplights for events

1.   Place lights symmetrically on the ground around your space where you want them
2.   Plug every uplight into the wall with the PowerCon cord (this goes between the wall and the blue plug in the bottom of the light)
3.   Turn on the power button at the bottom of the uplighting
4.   Set the static color you want to use for the night by following our tutorial video
 

Fast setup for wedding monogram lights on stand & plunger (use to raise lighting so it gives a more desired look with design on the wall)

1.   Open 3 legged stand by twisting the side knob loose, then pull the legs open to make a wide base
2.   Pull the legs to about 2 ft wide next tighten the side knob on the stand to lock them in place (don’t do it too tight)
3.   Place the plunger on top of the stand all you do is slide it over (this is okay if the fit is somewhat tight)
4.   Attach your light by unscrewing the upper nut, placing a light bracket hole into the screw, then tightening the nut back onto the screw (this locks the light bracket between 2 nuts)
5.   Plugin your wedding monogram with the included power cord (from your wall to the back of your light)
6.   The monogram turns on automatically, slide every barn door open extending away from the light (there are 4 of them and may have red plastic handles), this allows the light to shine from the light and onto your wall
7.   Raise your stand up if needed to aim the monogram light into the best position (you can angle the light with the side bracket knob, once again don’t do it too tight)
8.   Use the top nobs on the barrel, they slide up and down to create the optimal zoom & focus (it’s okay if this step takes an extra minute or two, you want it to look crisp and centered)


Setup wedding monogram lighting on a table
(no stand or plunger)

1.   Power your monogram light with the cord this will run from your wall outlet to the back socket in your light
2.   The light turn on without having to do anything, open the side barn doors they might have red handles, these should be pulled out and away from the light, this will let the light shine from the light and into your event space
3.   Put your monogram onto a flat surface (like a table) and position it so the light is not aimed onto the area you want (tip the metal bracket can be adjusted to change the height and angle of the light beam)
4.   Finally, move the top 2 sliding knobs, the focus and zoom will make larger or smaller while adjusting the focus (typically this step takes a couple of minutes, might take a minute to create the perfect look)


Mount pinspots on a drop ceiling with magnets
(use to attach above to any magnetic surface)

1.   Remove the drop ceiling bracket (do not lose this piece)
2.   Use the right sized ladder to attach the magnetic base of the pinspot to the above surface that is magnetic
3.   Next turn your light on (with the switch in the back) and aim at your decor that is up to 25′ away
4.   Get off your ladder and with the remote in hand aim at the sensor in front of pinspot and turn it off
5.   When using multiple pinspots make sure that they are spaced at least 5 ft apart (so the remote doesn’t turn on one and off the other one)
6.   Wait until it is 30 minutes before your event start time & turn on the using the remote (this will save your battery)


How a pinspot is attached to a drop ceiling
(ceiling with tiles and metal channels)

1.   Have a ladder to access your ceiling and using the scissor clamp close the pinspot bracket onto your drop ceiling channel
2.   Turn the pinspot on with the back switch, then aim your light on the area you want to spotlight (must be within 25′)
3.   When you are off the ladder, use the included remote to aim at the front pinspot sensor to turn the light off
4.   All pinspots should be spaced at a minimum of 5′  apart
5.   Keep your pinspot off with the remote until a half hour before your event begins, then turn on using the remote (this extends your battery life)


How your pinspot can be set up on an optional base plate
(use this if you can not mount to magnetic areas or overhead drop ceiling)

1.   Take the pinspot(s) and attach the magnetic base in an area that won’t get knocked over
2.   Turn it on from the switch on the back and aim the beam of light onto the decoration element (must be within 25 feet)
3.   You can hide the pinspot by putting a vase, candle, or floral arrangement in front of it
4.   The pinspot should be kept in the off position until roughly 30 minutes before your guests arrive (to make your battery last longer)


Pinspots are set up with the optional lighting stand
(we recommend this to raise the pinspot up so the cake is lit up evenly without having to worry about guest shadows, this doesn’t require a ladder)

1.   Open your light stand legs with the knob on the side and pull open the legs slowly, this makes a base that is wide
2.   Your stand legs should be 2′ apart then the knob on the stand should be tightened (not too much or it can break the screw)
3.   Place the metal part of the stand on the top by sliding this over the top part of the tripod (a tight fit is fine)
4.   Next make sure the bracket for the drop ceiling isn’t connected, then using a magnet base place it on the top magnetic surface of the stand (do not lose the drop ceiling clips, put them back in the shipping box)
5.   If you have multiple stands use more than (1) pinspot per stand and aim onto your cake from the opposite side of it, this will reduce the shadows and can give you a better result in pictures
6.   The pinspots will turn on from the switch on the light
7.   Next adjust the beam on the pinspots, slightly loosen the bracket screw, aim the pinsots, then tighten the screws carefully so the pinspot is locked in position, next elevate the light tripod stand using the side knob (this raises the top metal portion with attached pinspots, the pinspot switch should be turned on)
8.   Get the stand to the height you want, insert a metal pin to hold it in place (if you have one), then tighten the knob on the stand (this should be tightened too much)
9.   Lastly aim the pinspot onto the area you want to light, this can be done with the side bracket, loosen to adjust the angle then re-tighten carefully to hold in position. You can use a ladder or chair if the pinspots are not easily accessible. If a ladder and chair are not available, we recommend adjusting the angle of beams before you raise the stand (this way when the stand is raised the pinspot beams are in the right position)

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