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Hi, lovelies! If you want to rent a wedding arch for your ceremony or reception, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we’ll tell you the five best places for wedding arch rental to complete your ceremony decor. An arch or arbor makes a beautiful backdrop upon which you’ll recite your wedding vows. Since it will be photographed, you want to rent one that looks beautiful… and we’ll show you exactly where to find it!
Wedding Arch Rental
In my experience, looking for a wedding arch rental is easy to do locally AND online. Now that many rental companies offer online rentals, it’s easier than ever to find wedding arch rental.
Here are a few places near you to rent a wedding arch, arbor, or chuppah for your big day.
Where to Rent a Wedding Arch Near You + Online
There is a very popular rental service you have heard of… and they’re awesomely affordable. And you might not even realize it yet, but there’s a ton of rentals offered on it. It’s called Etsy and you can find so many things offered for your big day including wedding arches, frames, drapes, backlighting, backdrops, even flower bouquets and centerpieces — and so much more.
In addition to offering the cheapest prices on wedding arch rentals we’ve seen anywhere, many offer FREE shipping locally, depending on your area, within the US — some BOTH ways (yes, even when you’re returning your arch rental!) That’s a huge saving compared to other places we’ve seen.
Here are some specific places to rent near you. Not many are available near me, but I do see plenty in NY, NJ, So Cal, Georgia, and a handful in the Chicago area.
When it’s more cost-effective or there isn’t a local area near you, it can be better to buy, like in these instances where the arches are insanely affordable to purchase, all shown below.
Then you can rent them out to local family and friends or on Facebook for weddings in YOUR area and be the arch hero! :)
These are super affordable round arches by foreverTWOgether.
This diamond style is unique (by PartybackdropC):
Here’s a self-supporting chuppah arch made of birch by BlueSkiesForever:
This wooden style is gorgeous for a rustic wedding. By NashvilleWoodworkz.
This is a standard birch style from BlueSkiesForever that measures 6 feet by 7 feet. You can also get wooden boxes, if needed.
And this one is also for purchase at a fantastic price. Love how this hexagon style is built! By WoodandWeddingSupply.
How much does it cost to rent a wedding arch? The prices vary! See each place that offers a style you love. Many are priced at a steal, some of which include the frame, drapes, and free shipping on some options. :) Rent yours here!
Is it easy to rent + set it up yourself?
This is my big question, and good news: they are easy wedding arch rental and assembly (yay!) based on the reviews. All you need to do is follow the rules provided by the shop.
According to its website, some are set up in around 10 minutes or under an hour!
OK — now, hear me out! They don’t offer wedding arch rental, but there are many arches you can use for your wedding that are fairly inexpensive. If you find one you like (browse these options here), you could always buy it, use it, and then sell it to someone who is engaged and looking to buy one. Or, you could always rent yours out to engaged couples locally in your area to recoup some costs. :)
This is the highest rated one we’ve found so far.
Also, you could try a pipe and drape backdrop kit like this, a great bargain with insanely positive reviews at time of publication (via Riyidecor):
3. Local Resources
Look locally in your area or where you’re getting married. Search for rental companies and give them a call. Most companies offer similar products, especially if they already sell chairs and tables. Your venue may have a wedding arch rental available, just ask! Sometimes they require an upcharge to set it up, but it doesn’t hurt to ask.
And there you go: the best places to rent a wedding arch! What are you planning to do for your arch? How will you decorate it? Tell us below in the comments!