Wedding Arbor For Rent

Our rustic Alder arbor decorated with loads of locally grown Dahlias. This image from a sweet wedding at Fireseed Catering by O'Malley Photography.

Wedding Arbor For Rent

Arbors will always be a very popular element for a wedding ceremony.  I love decorating them.  It is so fun to see how different it can look depending on the style of the couple and how we decorate it.  My rustic arbor is hand crafted from Alder poles harvested from my farm – doesn’t get much more local than that!

Wedding Arbor Decoration Detail

Arbor decoration detail with Cafe Au Lait Dahlia

Wedding Arbors with locally grown flowers and greenery for Whidbey Island Gay Wedding by Tobey Nelson Events + Designs. Image by Sullivan & Sullivan Photography.

The arbor perfectly frames these two brides and the beautiful beach background they chose for their wedding. Image by Sullivan & Sullivan Photography.

Price and Specifics

There are a few options to choose from when you rent this arbor.  It is 8′ tall, and 8′ across.  But you can select a 3′ deep option or you can choose the 8′ deep option and use it like a chuppah.  I have off-white drape that can wind along the poles, or be used instead of a prayer shawl for the “ceiling” in the case of a Jewish wedding.

The price of $350 includes delivery, set up and strike but no decorations other than draping.

The arbor isn’t the only thing for rent!

We have lots of vases, candle holders and other decorative items for rent to make your wedding beautiful; visit our rental gallery.



Here is the 8' x 8' version set up as a chuppah, with the draping in lieu of a prayer shawl.

Whidbey Island Wedding Arbor for Rent

Shown here is the arbor with draping, and flowers all across the top. This image by Sullivan & Sullivan; wedding at Dancing Fish Vineyard.





wedding arbor decorated with hanging vases of pink and purple
Here is the 3′ deep option with draping, decorated with hanging vases of flowers.

2 thoughts on “Wedding Arbor For Rent

  1. Hello,
    Can you explain to us how the chuppah stands on the grass?
    Is it stable?
    Thank you

    1. Hi Gala,
      I typically drive rebar stakes into the grass, and then attach the legs to the stakes so the chuppah can’t blow over. Hope that helps!

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