Figuring out what to rent for a wedding is an often forgotten part of planning. Without sticking to a wedding rental checklist, your guests won’t have chairs to sit on, glasses to drink from, and forks to eat with. To help keep costs down, these items (and many more!) are usually rented from a rental company like us. Remember, you should finalize your rentals about two to three months before your wedding.
You might have heard just about everyone ask, “Do you have a Plan B?” If you're hosting an outdoor wedding, it's a good idea to have a tent at the ready in case of inclement weather—and that doesn't just include rain. Your guests should be kept comfortable and shielded from blazing sun or winds
tables & chairs
Obviously, tables and chairs an important part of your wedding rental checklist for you and your guests to sit during the ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception. You also may be surprised at how many different types of chairs and tables are available, whether you're going for long farm tables with cross-back chairs or modern square tables with Ghost chairs.
Many venues will have a dance floor included, but for those that don't, you’ll need to include it on your wedding rental checklist. Depending on how many guests are attending, you'll be able to determine the size of your dance floor.
linens & napkins
There are a wide variety of table linen styles and fabrications out there—pick the ones that suit your overall wedding theme and style the best, and don't be afraid to mix and match.
dinnerware, flatware & barware
When it comes to thinking about what to rent for your wedding, don’t forget chargers and serving plates, forks, knives, spoons, wine glasses, water glasses, champagne flutes, just to name a few.
Give your guests a quiet area to rest their feet and chat. Arrange a family room layout with vintage couches, armchairs, coffee tables, maybe a rug, and more.