Imagine a beautiful, personalized monogram of the happy couple's initials, or full names, projected behind the head table or on the dance floor at the reception. Traditionally, this kind of custom effect has been unaffordable. But, with new technology that we provide, this special touch can now easily be part of your wedding day!
There's no limit to the imaginative possibilities. Images can be projected in full color or black and white using our high-quality lighting fixtures to shine your beautiful, touching image onto any appropriate surface, such as a wall, ceiling, dance floor, curtain, or wherever you choose.
Businesses, we can provide your custom logo projected at your corporate events. This is a highly-professional and spectacular effect for all business functions. Images can be projected in full color or black and white onto any appropriate surface, such as a wall, ceiling, dance floor, curtain, or wherever you choose.
The gallery below contains the most popular gobo designs we offer.
You may choose one or more of these designs, with your own
personalized names or messages, or you may submit your own
design to us if you prefer.
Customer-submitted designs must meet certain specifications, such as sufficient line thickness and file format. We accept one color AI, EPS, PSD, TIFF, JPG, PNG, and PDF formats. All fonts must be embedded. Type that is too small and thin may need to be enlarged or bolded (this is rarely necessary in most cases).
Once you have decided on a design, or submitted your own, we will email a proof of the final design for you to approved before we proceed with final development. Your approval is required at least three weeks prior to your event. Rush orders will incur additional charges.
If you have a completely different design idea in your head, but lack artistic skills, our graphics department can design a great-looking and professional design from your verbal or written description, or even from a sketch. Simply call 678-951-0044.
Our standard, and most popular gobos, are steel. But, we also offer glass gobos as a premium alternative.
What's the difference?
As illustrated on the left, steel gobos require very small line breaks (like a stencil). Glass gobos, however, do not require these breaks, thus allowing intersecting lines kept in their original state.
Glass gobos are an additional $140.