Wedding Tent Rentals: Fine Details To Look Out For When Renting Wedding Tents

When people are renting gazebos, they usually look at the size and condition of the tent. Many ignore the minor details that greatly impact their ultimate experience. When renting a wedding tent here are the minor features that you should look out for:

Liner

This is the fabric that you see when you are inside the tent. You may need the liner if you are renting a canopy, but if you are renting a pole tent, you don’t need the liner.

Liners are expensive not only to buy, but also to rent. In some cases it might cost you up to 3 times the cost of wedding tent.

If you are planning a high end wedding it’s good to have the liner to complete the look. Due to the high cost of the fabric, few wedding tent rentals stock them. To save money, rent from a company stocking both the tent and liner.

Flooring

Many people rarely consider the floor of their tents. You may not find the importance of the floor if doing your wedding during summer, but if you are doing the wedding during winter you need to have the floor for your guests to be comfortable.

You also need to install a floor if doing the wedding on a sloped area. To find the right floor you need to visit staging and dance floor rentals in your area and see what they have. As rule of thumb go with a floor that matches the theme of your wedding.

Heating and cooling

Although, you are doing the wedding outdoors, it doesn’t mean that your guests should be uncomfortable. One of ways of ensuring that they are comfortable is conditioning the air inside the tent.

Since the tents are neither insulated nor sealed, it can be expensive to maintain an air conditioner. The cheaper alternatives are fans. When renting the wedding tent, ask the rental company to supply you with fans. Most companies will provide you the fans at a small additional fee.

If doing your wedding during winter, ask the wedding party supplies company to also rent you a furnace.

Walls

Your need for tent walls depends on the weather. If getting married during summer, you don’t need tent walls, but if you are getting married during winter, you should go for the walls. There are three alternatives that you can go with: solid, cathedral and clear.

For a great experience rent the tent walls from a reputable party rental company.