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Wedding Rentals: What's Available and What They Cost

Updated on September 21, 2013
Wedding Rentals
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The possibilities for product rental from a wedding rental company are extensive. Rental companies essentially provide everything but the kitchen sink. And in some cases, they have those available for rental as well!

Here is as comprehensive a list as reasonable for all of the possible items you could rent from one of these companies. If you don’t see an item you are looking for on the list, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t available, only that it wasn’t possible to list all possibilities here.

For a more detailed and exact list of what rentals are offered in your area, it will be necessary to do some research of your own and find what companies like this in your area are offering. Let’s jump in! If you start feeling woozy or light-headed, step back and take a break. This is a lot of information to take in at once.

Tables

  • Tons of tables will be needed for one thing or another at the wedding. The DJ will need a table, you will need a buffet, beverage and gift table. What about escort cards? The guest book? The head table? You’ll want to check out the table chart included in this text for future reference.
    • Round: These are typically used for dinner tables and the cake table.
      • 30” (seats 2) - $7 to $10
      • 36” (seats 2-4) - $7 to $10
      • 48” (seats 6-8) - $7.50 to $12
      • 60” (seats 8-10) - $8 to $15
      • 72” (seats 10-12) - $11 to $22
    • Rectangle: These are more likely used for the buffet table, gift table, and beverage table.
      • 4’ x 30” x 30” (seats 4-6) - $5 to $9
      • 6’ x 30” x 30” (seats 6-8) - $7.50 to $11
      • 6’ x 18” x 30” (seats 3) - $7.50 to $11
      • 8’ x 30” x 30” (seats 8-10) - $8 to $12
      • 8’ x 18” x 30” (seats 4) - $8 to $12
    • Square: This is the perfect size for food stations!
      • 36” x 36” (seats 4) - $7 to $10
      • 48” x 48” (seats 4-6) - $7 to $10
      • 60” x 60” (seats 6-8) - $7.50 to $10.50
    • Unusual: For the couple with unusual taste, these can be used for just about anything.
      • Serpentine (quarter round-great for buffet) - $10 to $25
      • 48” Heart-shaped - $9 to $12
    • Cocktail (high tops): When a full dinner isn’t being served, these are great for allowing guests to mingle and set drinks and hors d’oeuvres on. These are not meant to sit down.
      • 30” x 42” (seats 2) - $9.50 to $15
      • 36” x 42” (seats 4) - $9.50 to $15

Chairs

  • Chairs are obviously just as important as tables, but did you know that there were so many different kinds of chairs? The most commonly used chair is the white resin chair with the padded seat. You’ll see this chair at just about every wedding. For those with a bigger budget, though, the chiavari chair is the next most popular.
    • Samsonite Folding Chair - $0.95 to $1.25
    • Vienna Chair - $1.75 to $3
    • Bistro Chair - $1.50 to $2
    • Wood Chair with padded seat - $2.25 to $2.75
    • Resin Chair with padded seat - $2.50 to $5
    • Chiavari Chair - $8.95 to $15
    • Booster Chair for Child - $2.50 to $5
    • High Chair - $10 to $15
    • Kiddie Chair - $1 to $3
    • Park Bench - $20 to $50
    • Wicker Safari Chair - $25 to $40
    • Bar Stool - $12 to $35
    • Royal Chair - $40 to $60
    • Metal Folding Chair - $1 to $2.50
    • Plastic Folding Chair - $1.25 to $3.50
    • Chiavari Cushions - $5 to $10
    • Director’s Chair - Consider the kind of chair that you would see at a film recording!
      • Tall - $8 to $15
      • Short - $6 to $12

Furniture

  • Other than tables and chairs, you might find a bride needing extra furniture pieces like couches, a table and chairs for kids, or even a bar. Rental companies are famous for these!
    • 8’ Kiddie table - $10 to $13
    • 6’ Tabletop Bar - $47 to $52
    • Settee with Bolsters - $75 to $90
    • Ottoman - $35 to $40
    • Bench - $75 to $85
    • Cylinder - $35 to $50
    • Lounge Chair - $85 to $95
    • Lounge Corner - $95 to $105
    • Lounge Ottoman - $75 to $95
    • Bar - Many times the caterer, the bartender, or even the venue will provide the bar for you. If this isn’t the case, rental companies offer them for rental.
      • Round Bar - $250 to $350
      • Rectangular Bar - $50 to $150

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Linens

  • Linens are essentially anything made from cloth used for food service or weddings. This includes tablecloths, chair covers, napkins and the like. No wedding is complete without linens. Linens come in a variety of different fabrics. The least expensive fabric used is polyester, but there are a variety of other great fabrics. Check out the learning library on our website (www.apieceofcakeweddingdesign.com) for more information on these.
    • Round:
      • 72” (fits 30” round): Polyester - $8.50 to $9.50, Specialty Fabric - $12 to $14
      • 90” (fits 30” round): Polyester - $8.50 to $9.50, Specialty Fabric - $13 to $20
      • 102” (fits 36” round): Polyester - $10 to $10.50, Specialty Fabric - $16 to $18
      • 108” (fits 48” round): Polyester - $11 to $12, Specialty Fabric - $13 to $25
      • 120” (fits 60” round): Polyester - $12.50 to $13, Specialty Fabric - $20 to $32
      • 132” (fits 72” round): Polyester - $16 to $20, Specialty Fabric - $24 to $38
    • Rectangular:
      • 60” x 96” (fits 4’ rectangle): Polyester - $6.50 to $7.50, Specialty Fabric - $14 to $15
      • 60” x 120” (fits 4’ rectangle): Polyester - $7 to $8.50, Specialty Fabric - $15 to $20
      • 72” x 144” (fits 6’ rectangle): Polyester - $7.75 to $9, Specialty Fabric - $20 to $22
      • 90” x 108” (fits 6’ rectangle): Polyester - $8.50 to $9.50, Specialty Fabric - $21 to $25
      • 90” x 132” (fits 6’ rectangle): Polyester - $16 to $20, Specialty Fabric - $23 to $32
      • 90” x 156” (fits 8’ rectangle): Polyester - $17 to $25, Specialty Fabric - $26 to $37
    • Square:
      • 54” (fits 36” and 48” square) – This also makes a great solid overlay with a 48” round table, or a 6’ or 8’ rectangular table. Polyester - $5.50 to $6, Specialty Fabric - $8 to $15
      • 72” (fits 60” square) - This also makes a great solid overlay with a 60” round table. Polyester - $7.50 to $8.50, Specialty Fabric - $12 to $15
      • 81”: Polyester - $7.50 to $8.50, Specialty Fabric - $25 to $30
      • 90” - This makes a great solid overlay with a 72” round table. Polyester - $9.50 to $10.50, Specialty Fabric - $16 to $17
      • 120”: Polyester - $31 to $33, Specialty Fabric - $35 to $45
    • Overlays (pretty fabric that drapes over the tablecloth to add color) - $5 to $7
    • Skirting: These are provided for extra tables when the linen doesn’t quite reach the floor.
      • 10 ½” long (2 fit an 8’ banquet table on all 4 sides) - $14 to $17
      • 13 ½” long (1 fits a 6’ or 8’ banquet table on 3 sides) - $17 to $20
    • Napkins: They come in two sizes, but which one you use is personal preference.
      • 20” - $2 to $5
      • 17” - $1 to $3.50
    • Table Runners: Not a necessary item, but certainly makes the table more colorful.
      • Polyester - $3.50 to $8.50
      • Specialty Fabric - $5 to $10.50
    • Chair Covers: These are mainly used for use with ugly chairs that need some sort of covering in order to be used for a wedding ceremony or reception.
      • Universal (square sewn fabric that fits any type of chair and ties in the back) - $6 to $8
      • Standard (sewn to look exactly like the chair it fits over) - $3 to $5
    • Sashes (small length of fabric used to give chair covers color) - $1 to $2
    • Aisle Runner: This is a length of fabric rolled down the aisle giving the bride something beautiful to walk down on her way to the front of the venue.
      • 25’ long - $20 to $45
      • 50’ long - $25 to $50
      • 75’ long - $30 to $65
      • 100’ long - $38 to $79
      • 125’ long - $48 to $90
      • 150’ long - $52 to $112

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China

  • This is just the formal word for the dishes used at a wedding or other formal occasion.
    • Wedding China Packages - To help their clients in choosing the many pieces needed for each place setting and to save them a little money, these pre-determined place settings were put together by caterers. In order of importance, this is the basic set-up for the pieces in each single place setting: (1) dinner spoon, (2) dinner knife, (3) dinner fork, (4) dinner plate, (5) salad plate, (6) water glass, (7) salad fork, (8) dessert plate, (9) wine glass, (10) steak knife, (11) coffee cup and saucer, (12) soup bowl.
      • 6 piece place setting - $3 to $4
      • 7 piece place setting - $3.50 to $5
      • 8 piece place setting - $4 to $5
      • 9 piece place setting - $4.50 to $6
      • 10 piece place setting - $5 to $6.50
      • 11 piece place setting - $5.50 to $7
      • 12 piece place setting - $6 to $8
    • Dinner plate (typically 8” to 10 ½” in diameter)
      • Glass - $0.30 to $0.45 each
      • White - $0.40 to $0.55 each
      • Ivory - $0.45 to $0.65 each
      • Gold/Silver Rimmed - $0.55 to $0.65 each
      • Square - $0.65 to $0.75 each
      • Round - $0.40 to $0.55 each
    • Salad Plate (6” to 8” in diameter)
      • Glass - $0.30 to $0.45 each
      • White - $0.40 to $0.55 each
      • Ivory - $0.45 to $0.65 each
      • Gold/Silver Rimmed - $0.55 to $0.65 each
      • Square - $0.65 to $0.75 each
      • Round - $0.40 to $0.55 each
    • Dessert Plate (4” to 6” in diameter)
      • Glass - $0.30 to $0.45 each
      • White - $0.40 to $0.55 each
      • Ivory - $0.45 to $0.65 each
      • Gold/Silver Rimmed - $0.55 to $0.65 each
      • Square - $0.65 to $0.75 each
      • Round - $0.40 to $0.55 each
    • Bread and Butter Plate (4” to 6” in diameter)
      • Glass - $0.30 to $0.45 each
      • White - $0.40 to $0.55 each
      • Ivory - $0.45 to $0.65 each
      • Gold/Silver Rimmed - $0.55 to $0.65 each
      • Square - $0.65 to $0.75 each
      • Round - $0.40 to $0.55 each
    • Soup Bowl (10oz to 13oz)
      • Glass - $0.35 to $0.50 each
      • White - $0.55 to $0.80 each
      • Ivory - $0.35 to $0.45 each
      • Gold/Silver Rimmed - $0.55 to $0.80 each
      • Square - $0.65 to $0.75 each
      • Round - $0.40 to $0.55 each
    • Cup and Saucer (6oz to 7oz for the cup, about 3” for the saucer)
      • Glass - $0.35 to $0.50 each
      • White - $0.55 to $0.80 each
      • Ivory - $0.80 to $1 each
      • Gold/Silver Rimmed - $0.80 to $1 each
      • Square - $0.80 to $1 each
      • Round - $0.80 to $1 each

Flatware

  • Just a fancy word for silverware. Usually includes the “fancier” pieces like a salad fork, a teaspoon and a butter knife.
    • Dinner Fork - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Salad Fork - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Dessert Fork - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Dinner Knife - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Butter Knife - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Steak Knife - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Soup Spoon - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Dessert Spoon - $0.45 to $0.75
    • Teaspoon - $0.45 to $0.75

Wedding Rentals: What's Available and What They Cost
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Drinking Glasses

  • Glassware - These are the glasses used for drinking the regular beverages at dinner like tea, water, and lemonade.
    • Beverage (16oz) - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Stemmed Water Glass (15oz -17oz) - $0.55 to $0.60
  • Stemware - These are the glasses with a stem on them, typically used for wine.
    • Red Wine (26oz) - $0.45 to $0.60
    • White Wine (12oz-13oz) - $0.55 to $0.60
    • All-Purpose Wine Glass (15oz) - $0.45 to $0.60
    • Champagne Flute (6oz-7.5oz) - $0.55 to $0.60
  • Barware - These glasses consist of the special snifters, pilsners, and highballs used for alcoholic drinks.
    • Cocktail Glasses (11oz) - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Margarita (16oz) - $0.50 to $0.60
    • Stemless (17oz) - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Pilsner (18oz) - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Martini (8oz) - $0.50 to $0.60
    • Tulip (9oz) - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Irish Coffee Mug - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Old-Fashioned Glasses - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Cordial Glasses - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Punch Cups - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Shot Glasses - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Highball Glasses - $0.40 to $0.60
    • Specialty Glasses (special materials) - $0.40 to $1
    • Wine Carafe - $1.75 to $2.75

Serving Items

  • There are more serving items like bowls, trays, chaffing dishes and serving utensils than you could imagine. However, all of these are necessary items when serving food to a large event.
    • 10 ¼” Plate Cover - $1 to $1.50
    • Cake Stands - To make the cake stand up higher and play the large part it deserves.
      • 8” (square or round) - $12 to $20
      • 12” (square or round) - $18 to $25
      • 14” (square or round) - $23 to $30
      • 15”-16” (square or round) - $28 to $35
      • 17” (square or round) - $30 to $40
      • 18”-20” (square or round) - $32 to $45
      • 22” (square or round) - $38 to $50
      • 24” (square or round) - $48 to $55
    • Chaffers - These are the heating dishes used to serve food at a buffet.
      • 4 quart round with sterno - $18 to $32
      • 8 quart round with sterno - $35 to $43
      • 8 quart rectangle with water pan - $35 to $42
      • 9 quart rectangle with water pan - $20 to $26
      • Sterno (for 2 hours) - $1.50 to $2.50
    • Food Pans - Large cookie sheets for cooking food.
      • 4.5 quart (1/2 pan) - $2.50 to $4
      • 9 quart (full pan) - $3.50 to $5
    • Coffee Makers and Urns - To serve the coffee.
      • Coffee Pot (10 cups) - $10 to $15
      • Coffee Pot (30 cups) - $17.50 to $20
      • Coffee Pot (100 cups) - $25 to $30
      • Cream and Sugar - $1 to $5
      • Pitcher (10 cups) - $3 to $10
    • Beverage Dispensers - To serve ice tea, lemonade, punch, etc. for guests to serve themselves.
      • 3 gallon Dispenser - $7 to $15
      • 5 gallon Dispenser - $14.50 to $20
      • Margarita/Frozen Drink Machine - $150 to $220
      • Drink Mix Concentrate (65-75 9oz drinks) - $20 to $25
      • Champagne Fountain – (3 gal) $45 to $50, (5 gal) $50 to $55, (7 gal) $55 to $60
    • Trays - These are used to serve hors d’oeuvres, display desserts, and even carry dirty dishes away. There are many uses for catering trays.
      • 12” metal - $4 to $6
      • 14” metal - $3.50 to $7
      • 16” metal - $11 to $13
      • 20” metal - $14 to $15
      • Waiter’s Oval (22x27) - $4.50 to $16
      • Tray Stand - $4.50 to $15
      • Plastic Tray - $2 to $5
    • Bowls - For salads.
      • 16 quart Stainless Steel Bowl - $5 to $6.75
      • 16” Wooden Salad Bowl with Tongs - $5 to $6.75
      • 18” Plastic Bowl - $4.50 to $5.50
      • Footed Supreme Bowl - $1.00 to $2.50
    • Utensils - For buffets to allow guests to serve themselves.
      • Wedding Cake Serving Set - $3 to $6
      • 6oz Ladle - $1 to $1.50
      • 12” Salad Tongs - $1 to $1.50
      • 12” Stainless Steel Serving Fork - $1 to $1.50
      • 12” Stainless Steel Serving Spoon - $1 to $1.50
    • Miscellaneous Items - Tons of different items that don’t fit into any other category.
      • Ashtray - $0.50 to $6
      • Salt and Pepper Shakers - $1.50 to $3
      • Gravy Boat - $1 to $1.50
      • Wine Key - $3 to $4.50
      • Salt Rimmer - $10 to $11
      • Pour Spouts - $0.55 to $0.75
      • Martini Shaker - $0.50 to $7

Catering Equipment

  • This is not the full extent of equipment needed for catering a large event, but these are many of the items necessary.
    • Ice Chest - For keeping ice cold for the bar, for keeping water bottles and beer bottles cold, etc.
      • 50 quart - $11 to $15
      • 72 quart - $17 to $23
      • 100 quart - $25 to $40
    • Ice Trough with Stand - $20 to $35
    • Ice Scoop - $0.95 to $1.50
    • Ice Pitcher - $1.50 to $3.50
    • 5 gallon Insulated Cambrio Containers - $16.50 to $20
    • 10 gallon Insulated Cambrio Containers - $25 to $35
    • Tall Hot Box (with sterno) - $85 to $100
    • Tall Electric Hot Box - $110 to $130
    • Sheet Pans - $20 to $35
    • Speed Rack - $15 to $25
    • Carving Board - $5 to $15
    • Roaster - $25 to $45

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Dance Floor

  • These are typically rented in pieces, to make a total dance floor in the size and shape each couple needs for their specific event. Check out the chart for ideas on dance floor sizes.
    • 3’ x 3’ individual piece - $10 to $15
    • 3’ x 4’ individual piece - $15 to $20
    • Edging Pieces - $5 to $8
    • Indoor - Indoor dance floors don’t need quite as much protection as they are not exposed to the weather. Therefore they are less expensive to rent.
      • 12’ x 12’ (16 pieces) - $160 to $240
      • 15’ x 15’ (25 pieces) - $250 to $375
      • 18’ x 18’ (36 pieces) - $360 to $540
    • Outdoor - As outdoor dance floors may be exposed to any type of weather, be wind, rain, snow, hail, etc., they are more expensive to rent.
      • 12’ x 12’ (16 pieces) - $240 to $320
      • 15’ x 15’ (25 pieces) - $375 to $500
      • 18’ x 18’ (36 pieces) - $576 to $720

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Tents

  • Especially for outdoor weddings, tents are a big deal. Many brides dream of having their wedding underneath a huge tent, and some just need small tents to provide cover for the DJ and/or hors d’oeuvres. They come in a variety of different sizes to provide for the smallest of needs and parties, to the largest. Professional tents will come at a price though.
    • 10’ x 10’ Easy-Up - $60 to $85
    • 10’ x 15’ Easy-Up - $80 to $112.50
    • 10’ x 20’ Easy-Up - $100 to $140
    • 10’ x 10’ Frame - $60 to $85
    • 10’ x 20’ Frame - $100 to $140
    • 15’ x 15’ Frame - $130 to $150
    • 15’ x 30’ Frame - $240 to $275
    • 20’ x 20’ Frame - $180 to $220
    • 20’ x 30’ Frame - $285 to $330
    • 20’ x 40’ Frame - $410 to 440
    • 20’ x 50’ Frame - $520 to $550
    • 20’ x 60’ Frame - $625 to $660
    • 30’ x 30’ Frame - $450 to $495
    • 30’ x 40’ Frame - $620 to $660
    • 30’ x 50’ Frame - $790 to $825
    • 30’ x 60’ Frame - $950 to $990
    • 30’ x 70’ Frame - $1,000 to $1,260
    • 30’ x 80’ Frame - $1,200 to $1,440
    • All the way through 40’ x 100’ - from $0.40 to $1 per square foot
    • 10’ side wall - $8 to $17.50 each
    • 15’ side wall - $10 to $26.25 each
    • 20’ side wall - $15 to $35 each
    • Side wall with window - $3 to $5 per linear foot
    • Tent Pole Drape - $12.50 to $25 each
    • Water Barrels for Tent Weights - $5 to $15 each

Heating and Cooling

  • Many times weddings need to utilize outdoor activities in hotter weather and colder. This doesn’t mean that they cannot use these locations. They just need the appropriate heating and cooling equipment to make them usable. That’s where rental companies come in to save the day.
    • Heating:
      • Electric Dish Heater - $6 to $10
      • Electric Patio Heater - $55 to $70
      • Umbrella Mushroom Propane Heater - $70 to $85
      • Propane Heater (mounts on tank) - $30 to $35
      • Propane Tank - $15 to $25
    • Cooling:
      • 20” Box Fan - $4 to $6
      • 20” Speed Fan - $6 to $8
      • 38” Misting Fan - $65 to $85
      • Evaporative Cooler - $60 to $90

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Lighting and Power

  • The DJ needs electricity for his system for your outdoor event, the singer and officiant need microphones, and you need some sort of lighting for the dance floor for your wedding in the middle of your father’s field. Rental companies provide plenty of options for couples needing lighting and power options when there are none.
    • Lighting:
      • Super LED Dome Light - $20 to $30
      • London Style 4 Light Lamppost - $50 to $75
      • Par 64 Theatrical Light with Gel Frame - $30 to $50
    • Power:
      • 3500 Watt Honda Generator - $60 to $160
      • Extension Cord - (25’) $4 to $6, (50’) $5 to $7, (100’) $6 to $8
      • Gas Can - $2 to $4
      • Power Strip - $4 to $8

Audio and Video

  • This is perfect when you need some extra audio or video equipment for your event.
    • Audio:
      • Karaoke Machine - $90 to $125
      • PA System - $70 to $79
      • Bullhorn - $15 to $25
    • Video:
      • Projector Screen (typically 5x5x3 high) - $17.50 to $35
      • Easel for Screen - $7.50 to $12

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Extras

  • All of those items that have no other category.
    • Chargers - A charger is simply the decorative plate that sits underneath your dinner plate offering some extra color to the dinner table.
      • Plain - $1 to $2.95
      • Beaded - $4.50 to $6.50
      • Colored - $1.50 to $3
      • Glass - $6 to $7.50
      • Metallic - $1.50 to $5.50
      • Wicker - $3 to $5
      • Gold Rimmed - $3 to $7.50
    • Chandeliers - Need a beautiful chandelier over the dance floor or ceremony area to really seal the deal on your look? Look no further. Rental companies provide many different options, even surpassing those listed below.
      • Faux Shell - $50 to $60
      • Small Crystal - $65 to $75
      • Medium Crystal - $150 to $175
      • Large Crystal - $250 to $330
    • Wedding Décor - Lights, plants, flowers, ribbon, tulle, arches, etc. These professionals have it all!
      • Metal Arch - $25 to $50
      • Lattice - $45 to $50
      • Wicker - $50 to $75
      • Garden - $45 to $50
      • Iron $75 to $150
      • Arch Extender - $5 to $10
      • Gazebo - $100 to $125
      • Chuppah - $100 to $400
      • Columns - $10 to $250
      • Urns - $6 to $25
      • Mandaps - $75 to $1,000
      • Pipe and Drape - $4.50 to $400
    • Market Umbrella and Base - $45 to $75
    • Market Umbrella - $37.50 to $50
    • Umbrella Base Only - $13 to $15
    • Table numbers in plastic holders - $2 to $5 each
    • Chrome Number/Reserve Sign stands - $5 to $15 each
    • Stages - A stage is a great place for a ceremony, for the DJ or cake table, a dance floor, or even for the head table.
      • 4 x 8 individual sections - $25 to $55
      • Heights come in 16”, 18”, and 24”
      • Stairs with railing - $10 to $30
      • Stairs without railing - $15 to $25
      • Stage Skirting - @$1.40 per foot
    • Centerpieces - Instead of spending money purchasing vases, mirrors, etc. for guest table centerpieces, you can simply rent them from the rental company.
      • Bowls (for water and floating candles) - $0.50 to $10
      • Lantern - $1.50 to $10
      • Hanging Candle - $1.50 to $7.50
      • Mirrors (round, square, cylinder) - $1.25 to $7
      • Vases (cylinders, torpedos, squares, slimlines, hurricanes) - $2 to $18
    • Clothing Steamer (You’d be surprised how helpful this is for safely steaming bridesmaid dresses, the veil and the wedding gown) - $15 to $55
    • Trash Can - (10 gallon) $2.50 to $3.50, (32 gallon) $5 to $7
    • Fog Machine - $15 to $35
    • Plants - These are handy for quickly and inexpensively decorating large areas with very little.
          • Ficus Tree - $59 to $70
          • 7’ Palm Tree - $69 to $85

Seeing as how this list is already so lengthy, there’s really no reason to keep going. You get the idea. There are SO many more items that rental companies offer their customers, but this list could potentially go on forever. This is about as comprehensive a list as was reasonable.

Every rental company will offer different products at different prices. Some only rent tables and chairs, and some only rent linens. But find a good one, and you’ll be able to rent anything and everything you could possibly need for any event or any occasion.

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      Victoria Van Ness 3 years ago from Prescott Valley

      Absolutely! Thank you for the comment and the great suggestion. :)

      Just know that many companies ask you not to try and clean any linens yourself, as you could do more damage to them in the process, but plates or furniture, absolutely!

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      Joseph Kaiser 3 years ago from Daytona Beach, Florida

      Great hub, very informative on rental costs. Always check rentals when they are incoming for an event and outgoing from an event for chips and food stains, you can save significant money if you inspect and clean the merchandise!

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      Victoria Van Ness 4 years ago from Prescott Valley

      I'm so glad you like them. It's truly interesting what you're not able to find on the internet with even the most thorough of searches. I'm excited about being the one to provide it and hope that they all bring lots of good traffic!

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      Dil Vil 4 years ago from India

      You wedding hubs are cool, here is an other good one. Thank you.