Enjoying Your Own Party

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Enjoying Your Own Party

A few years ago, I went to the best party that I have ever been to. It was my friend's wedding reception, and I can't even begin to tell you how much thought and planning she put into the event. She had activities for everyone, and the atmosphere was amazing. Ever since that day, I have been trying to make the parties that I plan just as fun and interesting. Although my parties might not be up to snuff quite yet, I have learned a few tricks that might help you, too. Check out this website for more information on creating memorable events.


3 Creative Ways To Light A Rented Party Tent

If you're renting a party tent for an afternoon gathering, you won't generally need to worry about providing light sources in and outside of the tent. Should your event be scheduled to run into the evening, however, lighting will become a priority. Regardless of the size and shape of your party tent, you'll need to think about what lighting solutions you should use. Some tent rental companies will provide different light rental options, but there's no harm in buying your own to use, too. Here are three creative ways that you can light your rented party tent.

1. Floodlights

Lighting the interior of the tent might be your top priority, but you'll want to consider installing some exterior lights, too. Lights outside of the tent can help to make it appealing, which is important if some of your event's guests will be arriving at dusk or even after dark. A good option for exterior lighting is floodlights. In most cases, you'll be able to push the floodlights into the grass around the tent and position the lights so that they illuminate the tent's walls.

2. String Lighting

String lighting has a lot of value when you're renting a tent for an upcoming event. There are many different ways that you can use this type of lighting to brighten the interior of the tent. Many tents have a series of support posts inside of them. Consider winding a string of lights around each of these posts. Doing so will not only brighten the area but also reduce the risk of someone bumping into a post. You can also use clear tape to run strings of lights around the perimeter of the tent's windows. This will look good from both the inside and the outside.

3. Electric Candles

Candles can add a high degree of ambiance to virtually any event, but real candles and tents don't mix very well. If you want the look of candles without the issues associated with having open flames, consider electric candles. There are all sorts of electric candles available on the market. While they look like real candles from afar, they have a small light bulb instead of a wick. Many of these candles will flicker to provide a realistic look. You can place your electric candles in strategic areas around the tent, including at the center of each table.

To learn more, contact a company like Best  Price Tents today.