Picture the first dance at your wedding reception. The music starts, you step onto the dancefloor and everything else stops – you are the focus of attention of every guest. But you don’t glide across a disco floor or a function room carpet, you literally ‘Dance on a cloud’. That’s the effect dry ice can create and it can be captured for posterity on your wedding film.
You’ve probably seen dry ice used in a hundred horror films, creating a graveyard fog or bubbling over the top of a beaker full of a dangerous potion, but it’s not just for Halloween – it’s becoming popular at more romantic events like parties, proms and white weddings. A bride and groom “dancing on the clouds” is as romantic as you can get.