Yes - you pull the cap off the socket of one and plug the other one into it. If I recall correctly there is a limit of 4 per chain though. I chained 2 for our party with no problems. Enjoy the wedding!
I hung mine at the end of my porch but I’m unsure of connecting several to one another. I know I really like them & think it would add a lot to the wedding
I didn't have difficulty untangling them they don't come tangled I used mine for a wedding. I kept the ties that each strand came bundled in and folded it back the way it was and tied it back up then stored it in the box it came in.
I hung these lights from a double curtain rod. I bought some green plastic twisties from Lowes Home Improvement store (in the garden section) usually used to tie tomato plants and such. and I strung them each 5 inches apart. I hung the lights on the back rod and the white curtains in the front. Great effect!! Depends on what you are using them for, I used them for my son's in door wedding reception area. Got lot's of WOW's. I hope this helps.
Is 1 set but is 9 foot x 9 foot. Is gorgeous and very good quality.
I've only used mine for my wedding and I just plugged one in and it works just like the day I got it .
I think if you hang them in a balcony where it’s covered it would be ok. I use mine indoors. If you want to decorate for a wedding or event and temporarily hang outdoors I would say go for it & hope it doesn’t rain.
No, not that I am aware of. We used these for my wedding reception for 6 hours and they were perfect!
I did attach this lights to three white translucent curtains and added some artificial whisteria. It was the backdrop for my sister’s wedding