Your name in lights! A projected monogram is a fantastic way to add a personal touch to your wedding décor. Here's our monogram projector in action in the area under the balcony in Wenman's Barn at Caswell House, combined on this occasion with a multi-swag fairy light canopy.
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Bartlett's barn at Caswell House serves as the reception area as the wedding guests arrive and the bar area in the evening. Here's a fantastic way of adding a touch of your own style to the barn by adding hanging lanterns to the fairy lights in the ceiling.
This is one of our favourite lighting setups in the stunning barn at Caswell House in Oxfordshire. A super sparkly fairy light canopy with dynamic, colour change uplighting.
For the spring open day at Caswell House we installed this gorgeous display of fairy lights combined with lit paper lanterns.
This simple, effective canopy of lit paper lanterns looked amazing in the beautiful Wenman's Barn at Caswell House.
For this wedding ceremony in the large Wenman's Barn at Caswell House, the couple chose our crossed strands fairy light canopy.
Another trip to Caswell House, this time to install one of our favourite fairy light designs - a widthways canopy.
Caswell House is one of our very favourite regular venues, where we often install fairy lights for wedding receptions taking place in the main Wenman's barn.
On this occasion however, we were asked to project a custom, personalised monogram onto the floor at the end of the barn.
Here’s our long, multi-swag fairy light canopy in the fabulous Wenman’s Barn at Caswell House.
The lights are tailor-made to fit the barn’s dimensions, suspended from the beams in three long, sweeping swags.
Wow! The barns at Caswell House are immaculately presented. We were recently asked to install a canopy of fairy lights over the larger of the barns. The layout of the beams presented a bit of a challenge, but we were delighted with the outcome:
Firstly, a massive thanks to you, Steve and team for making our wedding venue so amazing!
I can't describe to people what a transformation actually took place (until I show them photos!)