5 Fun Alternatives for A Memorable Baby Shower

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Mothers-to-be deserve all the attention, love, and certainly, gifts that they’re “showered” with during a baby shower. A celebration of the upcoming birth of the baby, it also marks a first-time mom’s transition to motherhood.

While baby showers can be lots of fun for everyone, you don’t want to have a boring, cookie-cutter party.

For the expectant mother’s close friends, the ones who often host the baby shower, it’s up to you to plan a memorable gathering of the mom-to-be’s closest friends and relatives.

Here are some ideas on what you can do to celebrate the occasion, instead of the usual baby shower.

1. Baby Sprinkle

If the baby is not the expectant mother’s first child, it’s said to be more acceptable to host a baby sprinkle. Since it is becoming a trend nowadays, some also hold it after the birth and make it a bit of a girls’ night in. And since you’re not pregnant anymore, you can drink wine while you spend time with your best girl friends.

Dads can do this, too! It could be a “Dad-chelor” party where they say goodbye to their old bachelor ways and welcome the responsibility of being a dad.

2. Gender Reveal Party

Instead of hosting a shower, you can opt for a gender reveal. Let your guests take a guess on the baby’s gender. Divide the guests into two teams and let them have fun with activities and games.

 

baby shower - gender reveal

 

3. Diaper Raffle

Usually, guests come bearing gifts for the baby or the mom. But if you want to be more practical, you can ask for diapers instead of gifts. You can even host a raffle by giving them one entry for each diaper they bring. Prizes could include gift cards or a dinner at a great restaurant.

4. Brunch Out

If you don’t want to stress yourself out with hosting, you can just invite your close friends to have brunch at your favorite hangout place. It’s a casual and low-key affair, where you can also have time for gift-giving as well as opening of the presents.

5. Mother Blessing

This is inspired by the Diné Navajo tribe’s Blessingway, a sacred pre-birth ceremony celebrating the mother’s rite of passage. If your spiritual culture allows you, you can conduct your own ritual where the guests offer the mother a gift of some sort — like a prayer, a song, a poem, or even a bead to symbolize fertility.

 

party linensIf you’re thinking of having your baby shower party at home, you can dress up your tables and chairs with lovely linens from Signature Event Rentals. Click on the photo to view our linen collection.

Wedding Planning Timeline Part I: The Wedding Rentals and Venue

When planning a wedding, the general rule of thumb is the earlier you start planning, the easier the process will be. Notice, we didn’t say that early planning results in a “better” wedding — in fact, the length of time you take to plan your wedding has nothing to do with it being a “good” wedding. However, early planning will give you the pick of the venue and vendors you want, especially if you are getting married on a Saturday in spring, early summer, or around Christmas Time (all popular times for weddings).

With all that said, most couples spend about a year planning their wedding. Today, we want to give you a general wedding planning timeline that may help you get organized and think about the big picture when it comes to your special day. And don’t worry, if you are only a few months out and haven’t done much planning, that’s okay! There’s no right or wrong way to plan a wedding and there will always be vendors and venues available last-minute.

As your premier wedding rentals vendor in Virginia, we would love to be a part of your wedding! Whether you need wedding table rentals, a big white tent, linens, chair rentals, sound systems, or any other rentals for your big day, we’ve got it. Be sure to check out all of our wedding rentals, especially if your wedding date is quickly approaching! In the meantime, keep reading to see what planning tasks you need to check off and when.

One Year Wedding Planning Timeline

10-12 Months Before

The Guest List

This should be the first thing you do when wedding planning. Start this as soon as you get engaged. The number of people you invite will largely be based on your budget. If budget is a concern, then keep in mind that a small budget wedding will typically have around 50 guests or less, whereas big budget weddings might invite several hundred.

Sometimes you might have to be harsh with your guest list. Start with immediate family who you want there: parents, siblings, and grandparents. Then add close friends before extended family. While Great Uncle Todd might be blood, if you have to choose, your best friend since pre-school might make you happier to have at your wedding. After your must-have friends are on the list, then add extended family members. Finally, if there are leftover spots add close acquaintances to the list. Oh, and don’t forget about plus-ones!

The Plus One Dilemma: Here’s where it gets tricky. Who gets a plus one and who doesn’t? If you have plenty of room in your budget to double your guest list, then feel free to give everyone a plus one. However, this usually isn’t the case. Traditionally, if you have married friends or family they should be invited as a couple. If you have guests in committed relationships, then typically you will give them a plus one. Giving single friends who are not in a relationship a plus one is optional. Consider this: if you are only inviting a handful of single people, it might be best to give them a plus one so they can feel more comfortable. However, if you are inviting, say, twenty-five single people, then they will most likely mingle amongst each other at the wedding.

Choosing The Date And Booking The Venue

After you have a good estimate of how many guests will be there, it is time to choose the venue and date. The more flexible you are with your date, the more venue options you will have as Saturdays fill up fast! When choosing your venue, consider if you want an outdoor or indoor wedding. If choosing an outdoor venue, ask if they have a backup hall where you can have your reception if it rains, or if you will need to rent a tent for your wedding. Some venues will offer tables and chairs, but others will require you choose a separate vendor for all of your table and chair rentals. Keep this in mind, especially when it comes to the budget. If a venue is at the top of your budget but it includes all of the necessities, then you can make it work. If you’ll have to pay for tables, chairs, linens, and the works, you might need to choose a less expensive venue.

8-10 Months Before

Reserving Wedding Rentals

While Signature Event Rentals will always do what we can to make sure you have a perfect wedding, even if it means getting last-minute wedding rentals, we suggest reserving them as early as possible so you know you won’t be stressing later. If you are having a wedding in Virginia, we would love to be your go-to wedding rental company. We have pretty much everything you’ll need and more, so be sure to shop around our site and give us a call if you’re looking for anything specific as our inventory is always updating.

Go Dress Shopping

Wedding dress shopping is one of the most exciting parts of wedding planning for brides. Be sure to shop early enough so you have time to order your dress and make any necessary alterations.

Organize Guest List And Send Save The Dates

Finalize your guest list, collect addresses, and mail out save the date cards as soon as you have your venue booked and your date finalized. This is especially important if you are inviting guests from out of town as they will need to make travel arrangements.

Stay Tuned For The Rest Of The Wedding Timeline!

That’s all we have time for today. As you can see, there’s a lot of important tasks that need to get done in the first few months of planning. In our next blog, we’ll cover the rest of the wedding timeline and give you a few more ideas for how to make sure your wedding goes off without a hitch! In the meantime, don’t forget to reserve the venue and those wedding rentals!

Make It A Springtime Wedding to Remember

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Having a springtime wedding is not only convenient but also practical. Not to mention very popular. There are plenty of reasons why many brides love the idea of a spring wedding. Here are a few things why springtime is the perfect time for a wedding:

1. The weather is (almost) perfect.

It will be warmer by this time but it would not yet be as hot as summer. So having an outdoor wedding is very reasonable.

However, you have to be ready if it rains. Brace for April showers by having on standby some rain boots that match your color motif.

You can also incorporate safety precautions into your decor by hanging umbrellas as ornaments — ready to be grabbed once it rains — or you can suspend them from the ceiling to replace streamers.

2. Everything is blooming!

You have a wide range of options for your flower arrangements. Look at all the flowers in season! If you don’t want to choose the classic roses, you can choose from cherry blossoms to peonies and hydrangeas to tulips. If you like being whimsical, you can wear floral wreaths, and add butterfly details to them! Floral baskets for the bridesmaids would be lovely, too!

spring wedding flowers

3. You can choose from a wide variety of colors.

And since it’s spring, having a colorful motif won’t look tacky or over the top. Pastels are widely preferred, as these soft colors provide a beautiful contrast against the green nature backdrop, especially baby pink, sky blue and mint green. You can play around with these colors for your wedding decor. But of course, you’re free to choose your own colors for your wedding. 

4. There are more dress code options.

For spring, dress codes can be more low-key. Hemlines can be higher and fabrics could be lighter. Brides can wear tea-length chiffon dresses as their bridal gowns. Grooms could wear those cute little bow ties that match the color of the motif. Bridesmaids can opt for pastel and floral maxi dresses. Think lighter hues and textures for dresses and suits.

5. Flexible reception ideas

You can have a daytime or nighttime reception in a gorgeous garden setting. That would be so pretty! There are lots of food options you can serve. For example, for a more dainty approach, you can choose to have cupcakes and top them with pastel-colored icing. This could be plain or decorated with simple edible flowers. It looks minimalist but it will be adorable. Having a brunch reception is also acceptable.

You can read up on a lot of springtime wedding ideas, but to have a truly memorable wedding, make sure to make it as unique to you as possible. Happy planning!

 

Clear Glass Eiffel Tower VaseDress up your wedding reception table with this clear glass vase. A great base for centerpieces and floral arrangements. Don’t forget to book your wedding rentals early with Signature Event Rentals.

5 Fun Games You Can Play On Bouncy Castles or Inflatables

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I bet that if you see a bouncy castle or bounce house, you’d like to jump right in! Looks so much fun, right?

If you’re thinking of renting inflatables for your event, be ready to have a play day of fun and tons of laughter.

Here are some games to consider for kids and kids at heart:

1. Obstacle Course

Get the type of bouncy castle or bounce house that has pillars and other elements you can use as obstacles. This will be a fun competition for the children as well as the parents. The adults can cheer their kids as they watch from outside the soft walls. You can also have a couple of adults be captains of each team so that the game could be a bit structured. Create a route for the children to walk through — a starting point and a finish line. Fastest group to get to the finish line wins.

2. Stop-Bounce

This inflatables version of musical statues is great for tiring the children out. All they have to do is jump as high as they want, then try to stop from bouncing once the music stops. Those that can’t steady themselves will be out of the game. If music isn’t available, you can just use “stop” and “go” as signals.

3. Tag

A basic game of tag but with a bouncy twist. Players can try to jump away so they wouldn’t be tagged.

 

How about those kids-at-heart, you ask? Fear not. Even though you’re way past your childhood, you can still play these fun bouncy castle games.

4. Sumo Wrestling

One of the fundamental aspects in Sumo Wrestling is to hold your ground when your opponent tries to take you down. Imagine how fun it will be once the players try holding their ground and they just can’t because their feet are wobbling from the soft bouncy platform. How can they even shove their opponent when they can’t even balance?

5. Dodgeball

Another fun game you can play is dodgeball. Regular dodgeball is fun. However, with bouncy castle dodgeball, you may be able to jump higher and leap further, but you definitely can’t land steadily. Plus, any movement from your other peers will influence your own movements.

 

Need Inflatables for your next event? We’ve got you covered! Signature Event Rentals offers fun inflatable rentals in Fredericksburg and surrounding areas. Get our inflatables to make your special day more enjoyable for everyone!

 

Wedding Tent Decorating Ideas

Brides who dream about an outdoor wedding will often reserve a big white wedding tent “just in case it rains.” While this is a good idea that we recommend for any outside event, wedding or otherwise, why not include your gorgeous wedding tent rental in your original plans? Why should a wedding tent be a last-minute compromise?

Event tents give guests the option of being covered, but the freedom to walk outside. They can enjoy the fresh air without baking in the sun or having leaves fall on them from the trees. Even if your chosen venue has an indoor space in case of inclement weather, wouldn’t you rather have a tent and remain outdoors than not have an outdoor wedding at all?

At Signature Event Rentals, we are happy to provide beautiful white tent rentals for weddings and events in Virginia. Our tents and any other wedding rentals you need will be professionally set up by our experienced crew to the highest safety standards. To rent a white tent for your special day,  be sure to check out all of our wedding tents and give us a call if you are unsure which size tent you will need. Then, keep reading to discover a few new ways to decorate your tent!

Fun And Quirky Decor

Who said weddings have to be decorated with flowers and twinkle lights? For a truly unique wedding, think outside of the box a little bit. Choose bright, funky color scheme to pop against your white wedding tent. Hang colorful paper lanterns or bunting flags from the ceiling to add lots of textures and vibrancy. For even more color, create your own vivid photo backdrop by streaming multicolored ribbons along a wall or off of a PVC pipe or wooden frame.

Whimsical Wedding Tent

To add a bit of whimsy to your wedding tent, choose nature-inspired decor such as varied greenery, twigs, and floral garlands. Spanish moss and ivy make great choices for draping from the top of the tent, and this helps to bring the outdoors inside of the tent so you really feel like you are still in nature. For centerpieces, swap fancy floral arrangements in favor of flickering tea candles and haphazard leaves or moss.

Romantic Atmosphere For Your Wedding Tent

For a romantic feel, opt for as many twinkle lights as you can. When the sun sets, the twinkle lights will help create a romantic atmosphere while still allowing guests enough light to see where they are going. Sticking to a pastel color scheme with traditional wedding flowers such as roses in the floral arrangements will help to complete the mood.

Minimalist Decor For A Fresh Wedding

Sometimes the only thing you need to make your tent look good and fit your theme is just the tent itself. A white tent, white tablecloth rentals, white napkins, and white chairs offer a no-fuss wedding that is not at all lacking on beauty for the minimalist couple. Choose a single accent color to go with this scheme. Sunshine yellow or green are great options for keeping the whole thing clean and streamlined.

How Will You Decorate Your White Wedding Tent?

At Signature Event Rentals, we totally understand if you’re renting a wedding tent “just in case.” However, we also encourage couples to explore how they can make their tent work with their outdoor wedding decor. Don’t fret about, “What if I have to put up a tent on my wedding day?” Instead, focus on the ways you can incorporate a white wedding tent rental to make your event even more beautiful.

Check out our selection of wedding tent rentals and be sure to add your favorite to your wishlist. And, while you’re at it, don’t forget about the chairs, tablecloths, and linens! We are your one-stop-shop for event and wedding rentals in Virginia!

5 Kiddie Birthday Party Essentials

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Planning birthday parties can be tricky no matter what age the celebrator is. But when you’re planning one for your child, it is all the more complicated. But as long as you know the basics, you will never get lost in the preparations.

It’s easy to get too caught up in preparations for your little one’s birthday party. Just keep in mind that it’s your child’s day, not yours. Make sure to ask what he or she wants on the special day.

Here are 5 things you must include in your kiddie birthday party planning checklist.

1. Find a theme that fits your kid.

Children prefer things with a little bit of whimsy. As long as you know what your child likes, it’s easy to pick a theme.

If your kid insists on the usual superhero or Disney princess theme, make it as fabulous as possible. Go all out — the party venue, costumes, decor, party favors, games, music, and sound effects.

Now, set aside your Pinterest boards for a moment and ask yourself, “What does my child enjoy?” If your kid like video games, you can give him a LAN party. Does he/she like board games, trivia or brain teasers? Why not conduct a quiz bee of sorts?

2. Consider who to invite as guests.

If your child is not old enough to invite his/her own friends, you have the option to invite your friends and their children. However, you have to make sure that you and your child is comfortable being with other kids.  The little guests may throw tantrums and may not cooperate with your plans, so that is something to consider. Plus, knowing who is coming, as well as your planned activities, would help you figure out what kind of chairs and tables to rent.

3. Secure the venue.

Depending on the number of your guests and the activities you choose to do, you can choose a venue or location that is both adequate when it comes to space as well as affordable. You may want to make it Instagram-worthy but make sure that your children will be able to enjoy it too by adding interesting age-appropriate decorations. Don’t forget to check for safety precautions too.

4. Decide on the food.

Consider the age of most guests for your kiddie birthday party. If your guests are mostly children, it doesn’t make sense to have a buffet, but rather a set meal. It would also be unwise to provide them with plastic knives to cut their meat with, as they could accidentally poke themselves, too.

5. Make sure there’s cake.

What’s a kiddie birthday party without a cake? Would you want a layered cake, a small one, or just cupcakes? It’s best to let the celebrator know that he/she is being honored by letting the kiddo blow the candles on the cake. It could serve as a great tradition as well. Don’t be afraid to experiment with your flavors, too.

 

popcorn concessionWant to make your kiddie birthday party more fun? Contact Signature Event Rentals about adding a popcorn concession for the kids to enjoy!

How to Choose the Perfect Wedding Cake

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You probably have tons of ideas for your wedding cake. Well, the cake will most likely be one of the things that people will talk about on your wedding day. Just after the newlyweds, of course. Hence, it’s only right to take time to choose your cake.

Here are 7 tips to remember when choosing your wedding cake.

1. Have a cake budget.

Before you decide to request for all the cake decorations you pinned and bookmarked, set a budget and mention this to your chosen baker so that you both have an idea of what your limits are.

2. Mind the design.

Take note that wedding cakes are usually handmade, piece by piece. It only makes sense that requesting additional design elements would cost you extra, especially those that are edible.

3. Set expectations.

Photos of cakes from magazines and food blogs are usually photoshopped and are not made of real cake. Usually, they are just styrofoam with icing. Consider this when detailing what cake you want.

4. Check your venue.

Will the vertical clearance allow enough space for your ideal cake? If you’re holding your reception indoors, will it be well-ventilated? Take note that meringue, whipped cream and buttercream can’t withstand the heat. If you’re doing it outdoors, mind the weather. If it’s especially windy, will there be scattered leaves that might find their way to your cake?

5. Consider the size.

If you plan to have an intimate event and you want to save on the cake, you can opt for a smaller cake. A multi-tiered cake can be an option, but to make it cheaper, you can request for the top layers to be just decorated styrofoam. If you want to include the cake on the dessert menu and you’ve invited a big number of guests, you should consider getting a sheet cake to be served instead.

6. Choose the flavor you like.

Most couples take into consideration what flavor the guests might like. However, unless you like that flavor, too, and that you are sure it is really what they like, you might end up buying an expensive cake no one wants to eat. It’s better to get a cake that you yourself can feast on.

7. Meet up for taste tests.

Before you set your sights on a specific flavor, you should first meet up with your baker to do a taste test. This is especially necessary when you, your partner or one of your guests have a certain food allergy.

 

wedding chairWhat else do you need for your wedding? Take a look at our great selection of wedding tables and chairs. Talk to Signature Event Rentals and reserve your Virginia Wedding Rental today!

 

 

 

 

How Many Wedding Rentals Do I Need?

How Many Wedding Rentals Do I Need

So you’re almost all set for the big day! Congratulations! Make sure you don’t miss out on any essential Virginia wedding rentals from Signature Event Rentals. Keep reading to learn how to decide how many tables and chairs you will need, as well as what size wedding tent rental.

Table Rentals

We’re starting with tables because, believe it or not, there can be a lot of variation in table sizes and shapes – even at the same wedding. If you are having a cocktail hour before your reception, you’ll obviously need cocktail tables. But you will also need dinner tables, perhaps a few banquet tables for the wedding party, banquet tables for the buffet, and possibly even a separate table for gifts. It is also not uncommon for couples to mix and match table sizes and shapes for their wedding to get the most out of their space.

With all the different types of tables, you are probably wondering, then, how many tables you will need. Our largest circle table rentals are 72” across, which can comfortably seat 10-12 adults. A 60” table can seat 8-10 adults, and a 48” circle table rental can seat 6-8. So take into consideration the number of guests when reserving your wedding table rentals.

If you go for banquet tables, keep in mind that each guest will need at least two feet of space along the table. So one side of an 8’ banquet table rental can seat 4 people comfortably.  That being said, you will obviously need to rent chairs as well. Be sure to get about 5% more chairs than expected guests, just in case a few last minute plus-ones join the party. Unfortunately, not everyone who RSVPs will show up, but you never know who will bring an uninvited guest in their place!

Tablecloth Rentals

Of course, you will most likely want to dress up your tables with tablecloth rentals. Linens for weddings do a lot to tie everything together. At our Virginia wedding rental company, we offer tablecloth and linen rentals in over two dozen colors. So whether you’re having a beachy wedding with aqua blue tablecloth rentals or a cozy fall-themed wedding with pumpkin colored tablecloths, you know we’ll have exactly what you need. And, of course, you can always count on our linens being delivered clean, wrinkle-free, and ready to go. Deciding how many tablecloths you will need is arguably easier than deciding how many tables. Simply make sure every table has a covering, and even mix and match colors for added flair.

Wedding Tent Rental

If you are having an outdoor wedding, as is common here during the spring and fall, you will obviously need a tent rental. Even if you don’t plan on using a tent, having a deposit on one for standby can make or break your wedding should the weather go south. As a leading provider of white tent rentals, you are sure to find the exact size and style you are looking for.

When deciding on a wedding tent size, there are a few things to take into consideration. The first is what will the tent be used for? If you are only using the tent for the reception and not for the ceremony, then you will need a relatively large tent. On the other hand, if you are planning to have your ceremony outside and your reception indoors, then a smaller tent will suffice. Let’s focus on the reception, though, as those will require the most space. A huge wedding with up to 400 guests and round dining tables will need our 40×100 large tent rental. For 200 guests, a 40×40 wedding tent will work, though it may be just a tad on the crowded side if you have tables and a dance floor. For smaller weddings with just under 100 guests, consider at least a 20×40 tent rental. If you are unsure how much space you will need, err on the side of too much rather than too little, especially if you feel there is a likely chance of rain or extremely hot weather. This will give you plenty of space for buffet tables and a large dance floor rental.

We Have The Virginia Wedding Rentals You Need

Based out of Fredericksburg, we serve the surrounding areas in Virginia as well as parts of Washington D.C. Make sure you have all of your wedding rentals booked well in advance so there are no last minute surprises. Reserve your tent, tables, linens, and chair rentals today!

4 Things to Consider When Looking for A Tent Rental

If you’re planning an outdoor event, you’re likely to start booking (or at least inquiring about) rental companies. And one of the first things that you need to secure is the tent. However, you have to be aware of your needs before you rent one.

Here are some things you should consider when looking for a tent rental:

1. Space for Setup

Before you go book your tent supplier, first check out the venue and measure the space you’ll have. Bear in mind that you have to account space for every single thing including the number of guests you’ll be inviting. Note that frame tents consume less space while pole tents require an extra 5 feet on each side for staking allowance.

2. Number of Guests

The number of people you’d be inviting will play a big role in deciding what kind of tent you need. You should consider your budget as well. Usually, the cheaper option is a pole tent, but if space is going to be a problem, then choose frame tents

3. Location

You also have to consider what kind of terrain you’ll have with your chosen venue. Will the tent be setup on grass or concrete? You have to note that when your venue has a concrete ground, it’s better to rent frame tents, but if it’s a flat grassy area, go for pole tents.

4. Canopy Style

There are different canopy styles and you have to consider what you need before you choose one.

Structured frame tents have no center (internal) poles so there isn’t an accident-prone pole hanging out. Rooftop tents, on the other hand, have a shorter installation time and better coverage. Festival frame tents have a high swooping peak and tensioned fabric which is perfect for uncomplicated installation, and wrinkle-free cross cable mast support system. A clear top frame tent is a vinyl canopy, providing natural lighting in the day and a perfect night for stargazing. Finally, sailcloth tents are waterproof and are translucent, so there is adequate natural lighting.

Choosing a tent to rent is a crucial part of planning for an outdoor event. It has to be the right fit for your needs. This guide will help you in finding the right one.

 

tent rentalWhether you need a small or a huge tent rental for your outdoor event, Signature Event Rentals has you covered – literally! Check out our selection of gorgeous white tent rentals and reserve yours today.

 

Ways To Decorate For An Outdoor Spring Wedding

Ways To Decorate For An Outdoor Spring Wedding

Spring is the season of love and new beginnings, so it is no surprise that many couples plan their weddings for springtime. Some couples will plan their wedding around their favorite color scheme, while others choose to use the season as inspiration for their wedding decor.

At Signature Event Rentals, we offer wedding rentals to fit all themes and seasons. Take a minute to browse our selection of tables, chairs, decor, tents, and linens for rent and be sure to reserve your items early as spring is the beginning of our busy season!

Spring Wedding Decor Ideas

Get Ready For Your Spring Wedding Wedding Rentals
A Big Wedding Tent Rental

What screams spring more than a garden party with a high-peaked white tent? Complete the atmosphere with an elegant wedding tent rental. We have white tents to accommodate the largest of weddings, so if you have 40 people or 400, we can make it work.

A Springtime Color Scheme

Nothing says “It’s Spring” like walking into a scenery full of pastel colors that look like they were painted by Mother Nature herself. We offer wedding tablecloths for rent and coordinating napkins in an array of spring-worthy colors from light pink to robin’s egg blue, purple, lemon, green, and more. These can be draped over dining or cocktail tables and accentuated with floral centerpieces. These pastel colors can be incorporated into the bridesmaids dresses as well!

The Wedding Attire

Of course, the bride will want to choose a light, fun, and playful dress to accompany her spring wedding. She can look for a dress made with intricate lace or tulle, or even something a little funkier like feathers. The groom can get into seasonal attire as well! Choosing a navy or grey suite as opposed to a black tuxedo keeps things bright, and he can accentuate it with a pastel tie to match the bridesmaids’ dresses.

Nature-Inspired Wedding Chair Rentals

Even the chairs you choose for your wedding will play into the theme. We recommend Chiavari chair rentals – also known as Tiffany chairs. These beautiful chairs are inspired by nature in their design with their delicate timbers and look much airier than a typical folding chair. You can drape these with tulle or a light gossamer fabric to make them look even more elegant. For a spring wedding, we personally love our white and gold or white and silver Chiavari chairs.

The Right Flavors

From the drinks to dessert, having seasonally appropriate flavors will tie the entire event together. Choose lighter options for the main dish, such as fish or chicken as opposed to beef or pork, and opt for a white wine over a red. Incorporate fruits into the dessert such as lemon and lavender cake, fruit tarts, or strawberry-rhubarb pie.

Need Spring Wedding Rentals? We’ve Got You Covered

Signature Event Rentals offers the best wedding rentals in Fredericksburg and the surrounding areas. From tablecloths and linen rentals to tables, chairs, and tent rentals, we offer gorgeous wedding decor to make your special day go off without a hitch! Add your favorite wedding rentals to your wishlist today and reserve your beautiful decor!