Your wedding should be your special day — complete with the flowers and photos, friends and family. But it shouldn’t drain your bank account. The average cost of a wedding reception in 2012 was $13,106. It’s never a bad idea to cut costs where you can. Of all things, your wedding is certainly an event to splurge on. Definitely some areas merit more of your money than others. Party and wedding rentals can help with that.
Many people choose to have outdoor celebrations, often under tents to protect from the elements and hang garlands and lights. If you plan on having such a celebration, make sure to rent these three things:
The tent is a huge investment, and you may think that owning one will come in handy down the line. But the truth is, unless you plan on having many large celebrations in your yard, the tent will simply grow dusty in the garage. A tent rental can easily solve this problem. The best part is that the rental agency will clean it, set it up, and take it down. With all the other things you’ll be worrying about on your special day, you shouldn’t be worrying about how to tie the knots to keep your tent properly tethered to the ground.
Another convenient set of items you can rent for the purposes of your wedding (or any large celebration) are chairs. Making sure that your guests have enough places to sit is an essential part of hosting any event.
One should never buy linens for a wedding — there is simply too much. Consider the napkins and tablecloths needed for all of your guests and sideboards. Wedding linen rentals also come with the added bonus that they will be taken away and cleaned for you.
Remember, if you are hosting an event for which you will need a rental tent, it makes sense to get all your wedding rentals (rent your tables, chairs, and linens) from the same company. In fact, that is why so many party and wedding rentals companies for events make a special point to include them together. Planning a party involves organizing hundreds of details, from invitations to decorations, food and activities — don’t take on any more planning than you really need to.
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