Category: Event Planning
A large tent rental in the Bay Area typically comes in a simple white design, but it can be decorated with different design elements. Along with your pipe and drape rental and other event rentals, include long drapes in the colors of your choosing. This fabric can be easily made into an easy and attractive tent decoration. Read on for more information.
As you can see in the video, drapes and a hula hoop can be constructed into an…
Serving Food Buffet Style
For your next party, consider serving food buffet style. Along with a diverse selection of event rentals, your guests will appreciate the variety of food usually offered at a buffet table. Buffet tables can be set up under a canopy rental, inside a venue, or inside an outdoor event tent in the Bay Area. No matter which option you choose, watch the video for some tips on setting your party’s buffet table.
Large family reunions are filled with fun and a lot of people. With so many people in attendance, you should rent a tent in the Bay Area and fill it with plenty of special event rentals, like chairs and decorations. Here is a closer look at how to host a large family reunion:
Plan Far in Advance
Everyone has different lives, obligations, and plans throughout the year. With this in mind, you must give everyone in your family as…
Special events are often the perfect opportunity for friends, coworkers, and family members to commemorate special occasions with memorable photographs. If you’re looking into large tent rentals in the Bay Area for an upcoming event, then don’t forget to think about your photography backdrop. Use these tips to set up the ideal environment for your special event photos:
Think about your theme.
California’s Fire Prevention Regulations
To enjoy an outdoor festival or public event, California has certain requirements for fire prevention in large outdoor tents and event rentals in the Bay Area. These regulations consist of following specific rules while using an outdoor event tent and using only approved nonflammable materials. Let’s take a closer look at some of California’s fire prevention regulations: