In the event the vendor you are using does not stock ceremony special extras, then ask them for reference of a service or store that does.
Party rental equipment does not just include tents, tables and chairs. You can also rent party music systems, electronic equipment, camcorders, and ceremony extras such as kneeling benches, aisle runners, arches, silk plants, candelabras or anything you desire.
Whether you need party linens, furniture, a sound system or silk plants, we invite all party rental newbiesto take a closer look at all the basic equipment terminology, tips and trends.
First, sketch a blueprint of your dream set-up for wedding and reception.This will help not only gatheryour thoughts, but it will also help organize your ideas before your firstconsultation with a party rental equipment company.
Before that initial contact, just brush-up your vocabulary so you will be familiar with every wedding rental lingo.
· Rental Contract: This is a legally-binding deal between the party rental center and the customer, stating the responsibilities and rights of both parties. An agreement comes into effect when the customer takes possession of party rental equipment, and it continues until the merchandize is successfully returned to the supplier.
· Rental Deposit: This is often one-third of your total rental cost, and it is due when you make the reservation.
· Inventory: The items you rent. These can include gazebos, fine linens, portable beverage bars, banquet tables, chairs, table settings and tents.
· Tailgate Delivery: This is a service in which the delivery vehicle pulls up to your party venue and unloads all the rental products. It is your responsibility to getthese into your place from that drop-off point.
· Custom Delivery: This is a service in which the delivery truck arrives at the party venue, unloads your order, and sets up the rental equipment before yourprogram, and later takes it down.
· Setup and Tear Down: This is a service in which qualified individuals unpack, gatherand secure party rental equipment. After your program, they come back to the venue to disassemble the items, load them back into the vehicle, and return to the rental center.
Just get all the things on your wishlistby reserving your party rental equipment beforehand.Usually, this is best done at least three months ahead of your celebration day. However, in the summer,June brides have to reserve the items as early as 6 months in advance, to make sure the availability of certain rental equipment.
Most rental equipment providers need a non-refundable deposit, which will beequal to around one-third of your overall rental package cost. This amount is often due when you make the rental equipment reservation. Usually, the balance amount is due before the customer takes delivery of the services andproducts.
You deserve rental perfection, so do not be shy of posing critical questions to potential rental vendors.
· Before your initial appointment, check the background of the company that you are considering.
· Ask whether you can get in touch with their previous clients, and avoid companies that will not provide references.
· When possible, verify the inventory before you place your order. Find out whether its condition is good.
· Review the delivery slipfor verifying your shipment. Just take a while to review the condition of everything you have rented.
In the event the vendor you are using does not stock ceremony special extras, then ask them for reference of a service or store that does. Besides, it is worth noting that many party rental businesses have good contacts withother wedding-related services, and they can usually recommend caterers, musicians and photographers.
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