SHOP BY TYPE
SHOP BY TYPE
Shop by Colour
Shop by Colour
When you think of fairy lights, your first image may be of a Christmas tree decked out to the nines for the big day. However, these small string lights don't necessarily have to reserved for Christmas decorations. Fairy lights actually make ideal landscape lighting for trees that you wish to highlight, since you can easily wrap them around branches or a trunk and provide a soft, romantic light that can set just the right mood for your backyard, garden, patio or deck. Best of all, they're easy to work with, so you can decorate your trees in no time.
Consider Solar as your Power Source
Fairy lights are extremely versatile because they come on a string that can wrap around any tree shape or size. However, because they require power to light, you must consider what source you plan to use when choosing your lights. The best and most versatile option is to also opt for solar-powered fairy lights with a solar panel that absorbs sunlight during the day to power the lights after dark. This is the type that is sold by Solar Party Shop
Choose Colour and Style
Fairy lights come in a variety of colours and styles, so you can create a wide range of looks for trees in your yard. Multi-coloured strands are often used at the Christmas, so they may not be the best choice for a year-round display unless you prefer a more festive look. Warm White fairy lights have a classic appearance that makes them ideal no matter what time of the year you’re decorating your trees. The lights are also available in other single shades, such as cool white, pink or blue. Our fairy lights feature traditional small LED bulbs, but you could also consider icicle lights the trees in your garden or yard for a fanciful look.
Because fairy lights come on a string that you can easily wind in any shape, they are ideal if you want to highlight a tree’s unique form. You can arrange the lights in an outline around the tree to highlight details even after the sun goes down. It’s an ideal option for evergreen trees that are cut in whimsical shapes, such as a spiral or pyramid topiary display.
Fairy lights aren’t just effective for outlining a tree’s shape. By weaving them through a tree’s branches, you can create a romantic mood for your yard -- especially if you have a large tree with branches that form a canopy over your patio or deck. For the most dramatic look, you’ll likely need multiple strands of fairy lights, particularly if you are decorating a very large tree. Use a ladder to reach the branches and wind the lights through them in a haphazard manner, spreading them out for a soft look or laying them closer to one another for a brighter display.
Street tree lightsBrisbane City Council supports the installation of bud lighting in street trees in business centres across the city to create exciting and attractive night-time streetscapes.Bud lighting is a string of small lights, often referred to as fairy lights. Warm, white light colour that is consistent throughout a business precinct is very effective. Event [...]
Better Homes and Gardens' Christmas Ideas Editor Ann Blevins offers advice for using outdoor holiday lights to create a Christmas Wonderland. Start out small. If you're a Cristmas lights novice, light just two or three items, such as trees or bushes, to serve as focal points. Add new displays each year.Stay safe. Be sure you're using lights [...]
You may have thought that once you purchased commercial solar lighting for your outdoor entertainment area, decks or gardens that you would never have to do any maintenance. Well...really you don't , but there are a few things you can do to ensure your lights continue to operate worry-free.Step 1: Inspect your light systems. Are [...]