Tag Archives: Wedding Tent Rentals ME

Moffatt-Ladd House & Garden Wedding

Garden chairs and farm tables were the perfect choice to go under this tent at the Moffatt-Ladd House. The greenery along the tables with pops of pink and white brightened up the scene flawlessly!

Items Rented:

Fruitwood Garden Chairs

Darkwood Farm Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Wedding In The Mountains Of Maine

 

Beautiful shades of purple and green surrounded guests at this venue up in the mountains of Maine. Gold rim plates, silverware, and chivari chairs were just the finishing touches needed to create a fairytale wedding.

Café Lights

Gold Chivari Ballroom Chairs

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Wedding At Hidden Pond Kennebunkport Maine

 

This beautiful couple danced the night away at Hidden Pond in Kennebunkport. Elegant chivari chairs were placed at candle lit tables and utilized when a break from the excitement was needed. What a gorgeous display!

Items Rented:

White Garden Chairs

Fruitwood Chivari Ballroom Chairs

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Fort Foster (ceremony), Kittery Community Center (cocktail hour and reception)

 

A ceremony at Fort Foster surrounded by friends, family, and the Portsmouth Harbor truly couldn’t be any more special! The greenery and the garden chairs at the KCC allows the beauty of the outdoors to be come alive inside, while simultaneously illuminating that cozy feel.

Items Rented:

Fruitwood Garden Chairs

Darkwood Farm Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

White Folding Chairs

 

Private Estate Wedding, Southport Island, ME

Description:

Pops of natural colors could be seen throughout this wedding held in Southport Island, ME, adding more magnificence than we thought possible to this ceremony by the water. Garden chairs were the perfect choice in a setting like this, as well as the farm tables and cross back chairs highlighting the natural ambiance.

Item Rented:

Sail Cloth Tent

Cross Back Chairs

Darkwood Farm Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Natural Garden Chairs

 

Private Residence Wedding In Kennebunkport, ME

 

 

Description:

A beautiful garden party themed ceremony at a private residence in Kennebunkport, ME was the perfect location to celebrate. This color palette used certainly emphasized the natural beauty surrounding the location, along with the choice of using farm tables and a wine barrel bar.

Items Rented:

Sail Cloth Tent

Cross Back Chairs

Farm Tables

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

Wine Barrel Bar

Dancefloor

Wedding At Hidden Pond Kennebunkport Maine

 

Description:

The sun was shining through this tent at a gorgeous wedding held at Hidden Pond. Around 70 guests were seated in our white garden chairs for an intimate ceremony, followed by dinner and drinks to share laughs, memories, and even play a few games. The elegant touches of blue along with the small details across all the tables truly made this a night to remember.

Caterer: Earth at Hidden Pond

 

Items Rented:

Fruitwood Chivari Ballroom Chairs

White Garden Chairs

Café Lights

Dishes, Linens, Glassware

47 Best Wedding Songs Of 2017

Brides

Blair Donovan

Few things can define your wedding reception quite like your music selection. So, if you’re getting married in the near future, you need to pick the best of the best wedding songs from 2017 to truly set the tone. As if you weren’t already stressed out enough from picking out your incredibly heartfelt first dance and father-daughter dance songs, you also have to consider your playlist for the rest of the reception. The pressure’s on to please the crowd and keep your guests tearing up the dance floor (because nothing puts the fun in weddings quite like a good dance sesh).

Whether you rented a live band or went the DJ route, it might seem like the easy way out to delegate the music choices to these vendors, but you’re better than that! Having a say in your reception songs falls on the same level of importance as selecting your dinner menu(yes, it’s THAT big of a deal). While your estranged cousin Bob will probably still request constantly overplayed wedding tunes like “Shout” or “Sweet Caroline,” give your reception a present-day vibe and keep the energy alive with our picks of the 47 best wedding songs from 2017. From upbeat pop favorites to romantic first dance tunes, these beats will keep friends and family on their feet (uncomfortable high heels tossed to the side and all) and make your reception one for the books. Continue reading

Secret Sneaky Ways To Save Money As A Wedding Guest

Refinery29

Natalie Gontcharova

A couple of years back, I flew to Paris for the wedding of a dear friend. I spent untold amounts on plane tickets, staying in a little boutique hotel in the Marais, and all the obligatory gallivanting, eating, and drinking this type of trip inspires. We danced until 7 a.m. and watched the sunrise over the Seine. Emotionally, it was extremely worth it; financially, not so much. A freelancer at the time, I came home to a bright-red negative number in my bank account and immediately started hustling for gigs, any gigs.

Why am I telling this story? Because I’ve since learned that weddings — even ones where you have to fly to Paris — don’t have to be a financial burden on the guest. There’s an oft-cited survey from The Knot that found guests spending an average of $118 on a gift, $321 on travel, $322 on accommodations, and $81 on attire, with a grand total of over $800 spent per guest on each occasion. If you analyze these costs, you’ll find many avoidable expenses. Continue reading

9 Brides On Their Something Blue

The Cut

Margaret Rhodes

  1. Sara Blum Sherman, 29

Married: June 2016

“I had been taking dance lessons and scuffed the bottom of my shoes, so painting the bottoms pale blue seemed like a great way to spruce them up for our wedding day and incorporate that tradition. I had it done at our local cobbler on 71st Street.”

  1. Lindsay Peoples Wagner, 27

Married: August 2017

“My mother and my older sister wore this garter on their wedding days. I remember it from when I was 8 or so — I took it out of a white linen drawstring bag on my mother’s dresser and asked her what it was. She didn’t give it to me until my actual wedding day, though.” Continue reading