Sometimes it's the little touches that make all the difference. Our Edison bulb display really makes a feature of the manger in Wenman's Barn at Caswell House.
Originally built as an animal feeder, the manger and hay rack in Wenman's Barn are a beautiful reminder of the venue's long history. During weddings they are sometimes used as an area to display cherished photos and sometimes purely decorative. Here's one way to light up this space that works wonderfully in either case and gives a lovely soft, golden glow to the surrounding area.
A line of Edison bulbs with gorgeous exposed filaments is attached to the top edge of the hay rack, with each bulb suspended inside a geometric wire cage. A line of silk hops runs along the top edge to hide the wiring and soften the look. Perfect for highlighting anything displayed on the manger below and the soft light from the bulbs is great for lighting this end of the barn as it gets darker in the evening.
For more images of this and lots more ideas why not visit our Caswell House wedding lighting page?