Indoor LED Lighting

LED par cans are a very useful and versatile light fixture. They work great for:

- Uplighting

- Wall Washing

- Stage Lighting

- Dance Floor Lighting

You can set them up on the floor using the provided floor stands, or hang them from trussing or light stands. If you want to hang them, clamps are available to rent for an extra cost.

All lighting fixtures offer a built-in digital display for setting colors and basic patterns.

Which light is the brightest? Deciding between the Chauvet Slimpar 56 and the Hex 3?

Shadowbox

Control lighting wirelessly with your phone! Battery powered indoor/outdoor lights with great color options.


$57.00

Slim Par 56

The Slim Par 56 is our most popular option. They are RGB LED lights, and feature a built-in digital display to select a static color or pattern. Choose from 7 built-in colors.


$17.00

Slim Par 56 [white case]

The Slim Par 56 is our most popular option, and this is the same light just the case is white instead of black. Choose from 7 built-in colors.


$17.00

Slimpar 64 RGBA

Bigger and brighter! This is a nice upgrade that adds Amber, plus 13 color pre-sets.


$19.00

Slimpar Hex 3 IRC

Get lots more color options with these RGBAW+UV lights. 63 colors to choose from + black light!


$24.00

Wireless EZPar 56

Wireless Uplighting! Built-in battery that will keep the lights powered on for up to around 12 hours. 7 color pre-sets.


$26.00

Wireless Par 64 RGBA

Battery powered lights with 15 color presets. Very bright in size Par 64. Includes an Amber bulb for warm color options


$29.00

FAQ

Purchasing uplighting for ownership is quite expensive, so we would suggest renting. Most wedding lights rental stores will charge ~$150 for 4 uplights for 1 - 2 days of renting. This does not include higher end models which you can program (to work with the acoustics of the venue or an electronic trigger) and with many different colors. At ProLightingRental, we carry multiple Chauvet uplight models, which can be rented for as low as $17/ day.
At a macro level, uplighting refers to lights that are shining upwards usually perpendicular to a wall. Downlighting refers to lights shining downward, so they need to be installed on a ceiling or rigging to be effective. From a party planning stand-point, uplighting is much more affordable, efficient and easier to set-up and tear down than downlighting. Most wedding venues don't have the set-up for portable downlights.
As a rule of thumb, assuming everyone is seated comfortably in tables of 8, within a rectangular or square venue, for your first 50 guests, you'll want 15 - 18 lights. As you add more people, the amount of lights does not need to increase proportionally. For every 50 more guests, add between 5 - 10 more lights.
Draping and Uplighting compliment each other very well, especially when you have unsightly walls or no walls at all at your venue. Plan out the number of uplights and drapes you want first. Afterwards, set your uplights to compliment your drapes (or vice versa) and you can change a school gym into an extravagant wedding hall.
Uplights are more focused and better with "column-ing" at your venue. For example, if you want your focal point to be the bride and groom, consider putting an uplight behind them. Washlights have a much wider field of light range, but can have lenses added to them to focus similarly to uplights. Washlights are rarely built to change color, whereas modern uplight models regularly have color rotation and preset options and programming.
This all depends on your venue. Natural lighting, space, color of the walls, tables and layout of the reception are all important. However, contrary to pictures - red, blue, purple and other darker more royal hues should be reserved for dancing, after-party and more "movement" phase of the reception. Try using lighter or brighter tones like amber, light gold or biege to help lighten up your special day, during the dinner and cocktail hour. More modern uplights like our Chauvet models, come with different channels to allow for different colors and color mixing, without the need for lens.