75′ long wedding ceiling swag draping is your perfect solution for large wedding reception jobs that need maximum coverage. These are primarily mounted on stable surfaces in big outdoor tents, large banquet rooms, and even from balconies to trees. If you are trying to cover a space that is up to 65 feet, then you are looking at the right DIY draping rental. If you need an option for a smaller space, then our 25 short ceiling swags might be a better fit. Read More...
LONG SWAGS = PHENOMENAL COVERAGE
We have seen these used as stairway drapery, draped banisters, railing drapes, and front head table draping. If the max distance you are trying to span is between 25 and 65 feet, then this should work great at your wedding. We recommend it being 10 feet less than the overall fabric length so you have the ability to make the fabric swag loosely. We can only reserve a handful of large jobs with this draping. Rent long wedding ceiling swags today.
Important: Measure space first to ensure you have the correct DIY draping rentals.
Only white fabric is currently available for this length.
(18) Important DIY Long Drapery Swag Wedding Tips, Tricks & Pro Advice >>Read More...
- Fabric can not be cut, altered, or dyed in any way & must be returned to us in the same condition you received it in
- Consult with your venue first before reserving draping to ensure you are approved to mount these swags
- Measure the distance you are looking to span with fabric before reserving our rentals
- Let everyone in the room know you are setting equipment on the ground during setup so they are aware
- This is easy to install, just attach the ends with zip-ties
- To keep from getting dirty, avoid having the fabric touch the ground during setup/teardown
- We recommend using a portable ladder that is tall enough to access your mounting points
- Moving ceiling tiles may create falling debris, make sure to wear safety goggles
- Because of possible falling debris, set your tables after you have set your drapery
- Avoid attaching to fire suppression lines, exposed electrical cables, sconces/chandeliers, and unstable surfaces
- The drapery mounted above needs to be attached with more than one zip-tie as a safety backup
- If drapery is hanging wide over the balcony use a heavy ballast of 50 lbs or more to keep it in place (for example flower pot filled with concrete)
- We do not recommend this drapery in windy areas
- Can be mounted to long railings, banisters, steps, head tables, & ceremony aisle-ways
- Make sure drapery doesn’t get mixed with any other vendor linens or thrown away by another company; put fabric pile away in a safe area when not in use and during setup and teardown (you are responsible for the safe return of all rented items including shipping boxes)
- When done, drapery has to be carefully removed to prevent any damage to the venue structure
- Do not use drapery unsupervised in public places
- Do not lose the shipping packaging or contents (we recommend storing it under a table so it is not accidentally thrown away by your banquet hall or other vendors)