Dry Ice during your first dance will create a magical Kodak moment as if you were actually dancing on a cloud. Also known as low rising fog, dry ice is commonly mistaken for a smoke effect. The major difference between smoke and dry ice is quality. Traditional smoke machines disperse smoke into the atmosphere without any control hindering the ability of your photographer and videographer to capture that special moment. Differently, dry ice does not rise above your hip, is odourless and does not leave any substance or liquid on your dance floor, adding a stunning visual effect for you and your guests to treasure in photos and film.