Daytona Event Rentals
Planning your wedding seems like an unending task. There are so many big thinks to think about like which venue you will utilize, arranging floral set-ups, setting up the meals and catering services, and so on. It's easy to forget about the small things and the things that we take for granted such as the tables, chairs, napkins, tablecloths, silverware, and glasses. Not to mention all of the things you'll need for your wedding based on venue-specific situations. If your wedding is outdoors then you'll need to rent tents, patio heaters, lounge furniture, outdoor lighting. This isn't even mentioning the materials that would be needed for a candy buffet, a dance floor for an outdoor or beach wedding, or speakers. How are you possibly going to have the time to go around to all of the different providers for these services and set up the rental for these items? Well, luckily for you, there are plenty of event rental services that provide most, if not all, of these items for rent. The following guide will help you begin the preparations for getting your wedding stocked up on the rented items that you need.
The first thing you're going to want to do is create a budget for yourself. This way you won't be surprised, or at least not too surprised, when you get a quote for your items. You need to compile a rough list of everything that you'll need and the amount of guests you'll have in attendance. It's okay to not have either of these things set in stone just yet--remember, this is all preliminary at this point. Once you have your budget and items needed, start to compile a list of event rental services based on recommendations from friends, family, and as well as well-reviewed companies on the internet. It also might be a good idea to ask the venue coordinator for the venue that your wedding will take place at. Many times they know event rental companies that work well with their venue and a lot of the leg work can be erased then and there. Also make sure to look out for testimonials and pricing information for each company. Once your have your list, start to make calls out and see if they are available around your wedding date. If they are, take those providers and book interviews with them.
When you're meeting with the rental provider, you'll want to come prepared with your vision for the wedding. This way it will be much easier for the event rental provider to know what it is that you're looking for. Make sure to request to see the equipment. This is important because it gives you an opportunity to observe the quality of the items yourself, so you can be sure that you won't be getting unappealing items, thus ruining the aesthetic of your wedding. If the provider has an issue with this, then it's probably not worth renting from them, as that is indicative of underlying issues, and is not a good way to build trust in a business relationship. Make sure you don't make any decisions in person, instead do some comparison shopping and decide over a number of services--don't just go with the first one you meet with to save time. This could result in you losing out on a lot of money that could have been spent elsewhere.