Tag Archives: Party Rentals NH

Backyard Wedding, New Hampshire

This tent lit up as the sun went down at this backyard wedding in New Hampshire. The modern look of the silver chivari chairs and gray linens were brightened up by yellow flowers and napkins, leaving guests filled with joy.

Items Rented:


Cocktail Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Farm Tables

Silver Chivari Ballroom Chairs

Round Tables

Café Lights

Wine Barrels


Private Residence Wedding, New Hampshire

A magical scene at a private residence in New Hampshire, where splashes of orange and pink lined darkwood farm tables set with gold dishware – a storybook wedding indeed!

Items Rented:

Darkwood Farm Tables

Cross Back Chairs

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Wooden Benches

Wine Barrel Bar

NH Residence Wedding


A bright and cheery look at this stunningly tented wedding in New Hampshire. Pink napkins with a handful of pink and purple flowers as centerpieces at each table lights the entire place up!

Items Rented:

Natural Garden Chairs

Square Tables

Round Tables


Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Wedding At The Seacoast Science Cemter

This tented reception had a beautiful mix of blues and whites and was planned in accordance with a vision of a mid-20th century wedding. The slight view of the water in the background brings out the blues even more as they are perfectly placed along dark farm tables.

Caterer: The White Apron


Items Rented:

Cross Back Chairs

Farm Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Private wedding On Pawtuckaway Lake New Hampshire


This intimate ceremony was held on the end of a dock, where the bridal party and family surrounded the bride and groom in stunning cross back chairs. The rest of the guests watched from the lawn where tents strung with café lights, and dancefloors set-up underneath would soon be home to a celebration.

Items Rented:


Cross Back Chairs

Wine Barrels

A Wedding Registry Specialist Shares Her Expert Advice

The Cut

Lauren Schwartzberg

In our Ask the Experts series, New York Weddings gets tips and advice from professionals in disciplines from dress design to elopement planning

Shan-Lyn Ma

CEO and founder of Zola

Zola started as an online registry, but you added some new services this year. Why the expansion?

We noticed people were using six to eight different apps for wedding-planning tasks; we wanted to put them all in one place so you just need one service. We created over 30 wedding website templates that couples can choose from, a guest-list management tool where you can keep track of RSVPs and people’s addresses, and a customizable to-do checklist where you answer a few questions about yourself and then we generate a list of what you need to get done and when. Continue reading

Private Wedding In Jaffrey New Hampshire

Photographer is Kate Preftakes

This wedding set-up in the beautiful hills of Jaffrey, NH is simply stunning. Not only was this private residence the perfect location for a Tidewater Sailcloth Tent, but the timeless arrangements underneath the tent are breathtaking. In case of rain, this couple opted for window sailcloth tent sides to prepare for any inclement weather. The white wash cross back chairs add a countryside and modern feel. The white cotton linens and water goblets keep it classic and simple. Just gorgeous!

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Why Are The Bride’s Parents Still Paying For Most Of The Wedding?



Natalie Gontcharova9/5/2017

While many aspects of weddings have become less traditional and cookie-cutter over the years, one convention stubbornly remains: In heterosexual unions, the bride’s parents are still writing the majority of the checks. Is this because the parents of females are somehow magically wealthier? Of course not. It’s because many years ago, before women could own property, they were “given away” into marriage with a dowry, which was essentially a way to pay the groom’s family for taking their daughter off their hands. Continue reading

Real Brides Share: “How I Knew He Was The One”

Was there an instantaneous connection when you met, or did you grow to love each other after years of friendship? We asked our Facebook followers to tell us about how they knew they’d found their perfect match. Read their sweet stories!

By: Kristen Klein

Love at First Sight

“I knew he was special the moment I saw him. We instantly clicked like we were very old friends. After four months, we were engaged! I always thought people in my situation were nuts — I mean, how could you meet someone and know you want to spend the rest of your life with them in such a short amount of time? Well, I just knew! I know I’m the lucky one. He surprises me everyday with his kindness, acts of selflessness, and his huge heart.” —Emily B. Continue reading

What’s Your Signature Wedding Style?

In my book, The Big White Book of Weddings, I discuss style in detail. Here, in a nutshell, are four bridal styles to consider. Happy self-discovery!


By: David Tutera

One of my first questions to any bride is, “What kind of bride are you and what is your wedding style?” Now, I’m not trying to find out what kind of person you are at work or at home, or what kind of style you’ve followed until now — the fact is, you as a bride may end up learning that you are entirely different from your everyday persona.

The Classic Bride: Traditional Elegance

Your wedding is exactly what every little girl dreams of. The classic bride has a style that is timeless, elegant, rich, ethereal and romantic, and chooses décor that speaks to that. Opulence is a must here. I love filling the room with dripping crystals and florals hung from chandeliers, tall taper candles mixed into luxurious and overabundant floral arrangements, crystal or precious-metal containers that create a focal point for your tablescapes and candles of all sizes clustered on luxurious linens. Continue reading