8 Things You Should Rent For The Wedding
If you have been planning your wedding, here are the list of things you should rental now before your wedding.
You might have heard just about everyone ask, “Do you have a Plan B?” If you are hosting an outdoor wedding, it is a good idea to have a tent at the ready in case of inclement weather—and that does not just include rain. Your guests should be kept comfortable and shielded from blazing sun or billowing winds. We are a huge fan of draping fabrics across the tent's ceiling! We recommend to Include that as well.
2.Tables and Chairs
Obviously, tables and chairs are important for you and your guests to sit during the ceremony, cocktail hour, Sangeet and reception—but do not forget about other spots throughout your wedding where tables and chairs are necessary. Your musicians need a place to sit and lay instruments on. Add another table for your gifts and cards, another for your seating assignments, another for your cake and desserts, etc.
Many venues will have a dance floor included, but for those that do not, depending on how many guests are attending, you will be able to determine the size of your dance floor. Wood is the most common type, but there are other options. You can also project your customized monogram onto your dance floor using a special lighting projection called a gobo.
4.Power Generator (Electricity)
If you are hosting a backyard wedding or a wedding in a rural venue, you may need to rent a generator. Think about how much electricity it requires to power your wedding. Your event space needs it to turn on the lights, your caterer needs it cook and bake, your DJ needs it to play music, and your maid of honour and best man needs it to give their toasts via a microphone and set of speakers.
5.Linens and Napkins
There are wide varieties of table linen styles and fabrications out there—pick the ones that suits your overall wedding theme the best, and do not be afraid to mix and match. We love the sequins, stripes, honeycomb, and damask designs.
6.Dinnerware, Flatware, and Barware
Food is given utmost importance in Indian Weddings. And presentation of it is something nobody wants to mess. Do not forget serving plates, forks, knives, spoons, wine glasses, water glasses and coffee mugs.
Fresh, lush flowers will go a long way to make your big day look amazing, but what do you put them all in? That is where your florist comes in. Opt to rent arches, aisle marker stands, vases, vessels, lanterns, candelabras, etc.
8.Designer Wear Outfits for the Groom & Groomsmen!
Why BUY just one ,when you can RENT them all?