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Pavilion Tent Decor Kit

$842.00 $640.00

Our ‘Pavilion Tent Decor Kit’ bundles a lot of decorations that your outdoor space will need. Instead of hiring a local company save on the labor costs by doing it yourself. It’s beautiful simple and affordable! This kit incorporates both lighting and draping to transform any tent or pavilion. Included in this package is either free standing draped corners or straight swag drapery, 25′ short ceiling drapes, vintage string lights and outdoor waterproof uplighting. Keep reading for a closer look at all these decorative elements. Read More...

 

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📦  Rentals Vary Depending on Selection: (4) uprights, (4) heavy base plates, (1) cross bar, (4) smaller extendable crossbar arms, (9) pieces of drapery fabric, zip-ties, (1) 48 foot vintage cafe light strand with (24) shatter-resistant 0.8 watt bulbs, (10) battery powered waterproof LED, (10) 5 foot PowerCon cable, (1) IRC remote per order per event
🌈  Lighting Color: See all the colors you can choose on our color chart tab
🔋  Battery Charged: Yes
🌧️  IP-65 Waterproof Rating: Yes (can not be submerged in water)
⚖️  Weight & Dimensions: view additional information tab above
⏱️  Approx Setup Time: Varies on Application
📆  Duration: Send back within 2-day after your event date to avoid late fees
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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 in

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Easy Setup Instructions

Setup Free Standing Draped Corners (for pillars)

1.) place base plates where you would like your free standing corners setup (make sure ferrule pin is screwed into center hole)
2.) slide uprights into the baseplates ferrule pin (do not force upright down onto ferrule pin all the way if they don’t fit, only force down 50% if tight)
3.) attach (2) smaller crossbars over the top of the upright (these can either be setup to make a corner or used to form a straight line)
4.) now that you have a fully completed skeleton, , secure the upright to the pillar halfway up. This reduces the chance for wind to knocking over your drapery. Secure the upright to a pillar with either color matched tape, zipties or rope (not provided).
5.) throw (1) pieces of fabric over each smaller crossbar (try to keep the same amount of fabric on both sides of a smaller crossbar when throwing it over) Tip if you are using silver sequin or gold sequin fabric then you will insert the top crossbar into the pole pocket
6.) pleat fabric overlap fabric edges & cover any hardware (edge of smaller crossbar & center visible part of upright)
7.) use a zip-tie on the outer and inner edge of fabric to keep the fabric from sliding on the crossbar. This prevents the wind from separating it during your event. This also holds together your fabric when you pull it back in steps 9-10
8.) raise upright individually in 2 foot increments until entire backdrop is 10 foot high
9.) You can either have the fabric drape straight down or pull it back
10.) If deciding to pull back draping, simply gather from outside and work you way in, then secure draping to upright in the center with either a zip tie or pipe cleaner (you want to gather the fabric anywhere from 3-5 feet off the ground)
11.) Finishing touch, put (1) battery powered uplight at the bottom of the free standing corner to project colors onto your fabric (optional)


Setup Pipe & Drape Straight Swag

  1. place crossbars end to end on the ground and center on the space you want to drape
  2. put base plates at the bottom edges of all the crossbars (make sure ferrule pin is screwed into center hole)
  3. slide uprights into the baseplates ferrule pin all the way (do not force upright down onto ferrule pin all the way if they don’t fit, only force down 50% if tight)
  4. attach crossbars between (2) uprights slots, make sure crossbar is in the slot all the way (do this for all crossbar sections)
  5. now that you have a fully completed skeleton around tent/pavilion perimeter, secure the upright to the pillar halfway up. This reduces the chance for wind to knocking over your drapery. Secure the upright to a pillar with either color matched tape, zipties or rope (not provided).
  6. throw (4) pieces of fabric over each single crossbar (try to keep the same amount of fabric on both sides of a single crossbar when throwing it over) Tip if you are using silver sequin or gold sequin fabric then you will insert this crossbar into the pole pocket
  7. pleat fabric overlap fabric edges & cover any hardware, make sure the center of your crossbar is the center point of the 2 pieces of overlapped fabric)
  8. use a zip-tie on every overlapping piece of fabric to keep the fabric from sliding on the crossbar. This prevents the wind from separating it during your event. This also holds together your fabric when you pull it back in steps 10-12
  9. raise uprights individually in 2 foot increments until entire backdrop is 10 foot high
  10. pull back 2 left pieces of fabric and gather towards left upright, adjust fullness by accordion pieces in hand, attach with zip-tie or pipe cleaner to left upright
  11. pull back 2 right pieces of fabric and gather towards right upright, adjust fullness by accordion pieces in hand, attach with zip-tie or pipe cleaner to right upright
  12. repeat steps 9 & 10 if you have more than 10 feet of draping
  13. finalize bottom by lifting each piece of fabric, accordion fabric down, and tuck and roll the bottoms


Setup Short 25′ Draping Swag (attach to ceiling)

  1. determine where you will mount from, how many you will mount, what is the spacing, how you will access it, how it will stay there, and how it will hang
  2. lay the fabric long ways between the two mounting points to ensure it is long enough
  3. use a zip-tie to attach the fabric to one end, with fabric in hand straighten out as you walk to the opposite end
  4. accordion the fabric in your hand with the top layer least amount of slack to have a nice flowy look, then attach 2nd end to mounting point

Setup Short 25′ Draping Swag (attach to archway or railings)

  1. determine where you will mount from, how many you will mount, what is the spacing, how you will access it, how it will stay there, and how it will hang
  2. lay the fabric out to make sure it is evenly space across where you will mount it on the structure
  3. try to use the structure itself to help support the fabric as you weave it over rafters
  4. you may need to use zip-ties to secure it in place
  5. with fabric in hand straighten out as you walk to one of the fabric ends, accordion the fabric in your hand with the top layer least amount of slack to have a nice flowy look, then either tie off the 2nd end or place this on the ground with a paperweight that will not get the fabric dirty (keeps fabric from blowing in the wind)
  6. do the same for the opposite side of fabric

 
Setup Short 25′ Draping Swag (attach to table)

  1. determine where you will mount from, how many you will mount, what is the spacing, how you will access it, how it will stay there, and how it will hang
  2. we recommend using a portable ladder that is tall enough to access your mounting points (if doing more than attaching to table)
  3. lay the fabric out to make sure it is evenly space across where you will mount it on the table
  4. use a zip-tie/pipe cleaner/safety pin to attach the fabric to one end (this will normally attach with safety pin to existing table cloth), with fabric in hand straighten out as you walk to the opposite end
  5. accordion the fabric in your hand with the top layer least amount of slack to have a nice flowy look, then attach 2nd end to mounting point in the same fashion

 

Setup Vintage Outdoor String Lights

1.) Take end of light strand that has plug and mount that to your first connection point at a safe height. Connection point should be load bearing (branch, beam, eye-bolt in stud). Do not connect to wires, cables, light fixtures, ceiling fans, fire suppression lines, or anything not load bearing. Make sure when mounting you leave enough slack on the plug end to be able to run power to your first light strand.
2.) When mounting use multiple heavy duty rated zip ties as a fail safe.
3.) Pull strand to second mounting surface. Do not pull to tight so that the first connection point does not have too much tension.
4.) Repeat steps 1 & 2 for remaining mounting points of light strand.
5.) Connect another light strand into the previous one to power the next strand of lights & continue your setup by repeating the steps above.
6.) Use wireless remote to adjust colors of light strands (included with color changing light strands only)

 

Setup Outdoor Waterproof Uplighting

  1. evenly space lights by placing them on the ground around tent
  2. turn your uplight power switch on (don’t need any cords unless they will be used for more than 8 hours)
  3. program your wedding colors on the uplight
  4. (optional) screw bracket between silver bolt of clamp & uplighting bracket, attach uplight with clamp to metal tent frame by tightening hook part (don’t over tighten)

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