Draped Doorway Tunnels (7′ – 10′ Long Section)

$450.00 $340.00

Note: fabric can’t be cut, altered or dyed. Return fabric without stains.

Rent draped doorway tunnels & cover up your entrances completely. This will give you a great look if your venue has hallways that need to be hidden. The tunnel also has a fully enclosed canopy which hides part of the ceiling adding to your effect. We rent you this tunnel in 10 foot sections. If you need more coverage, then simply add another tunnel to your package. If you need less coverage our crossbars can be extended to a minimum length of 7 feet. Please browse our photos to see examples of how this drapery looks once setup. If you are searching for easy wedding décor on a budget, then keep reading to view ideas and inspirations about DIY tunnels draping rentals. Read More...


Easy Do It Yourself Rentals (1 Min)

Learn how to setup this rental by watching the video below

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•  Includes: (4) uprights, (4) bases, (4) crossbars, (12) pieces of drapery fabric, zip-ties
•  Fabric Color: Default is white however purple, light purple, red, pink, champagne, teal, blue, black, silver sequin & gold sequin fabrics are available (reserve 4 wireless up lighting to get more colors)
•  Flame Retardant Fabric: Yes
•  Wrinkle-Resistant Drapery: Yes
•  Weight & Dimensions: view in additional information tab above (assembled 10 foot length by up to 10 feet tall)
•  Approx Setup Time: 45 minutes
•  Duration: Send back within 2-day after your event date to avoid late fees
•  ShipOur.Wedding offers FREE Nationwide Shipping both ways on orders over $94


(13) Important DIY Wedding Draped Doorway Tunnels Tips, Tricks & Pro Advice >>


Additional information

Weight 57 lbs
Dimensions 57 x 19 x 7 in


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Easy Setup Instructions

Easy wedding decor on a budget how to setup tunnel draping

  1. place (4) 10 foot long crossbars on the ground, arrange them as if they were making a boxed square, and center this box 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 (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, throw (2) pieces of fabric over each 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 the top crossbar into the pole pocket
  6. pleat fabric overlap fabric edges & cover any hardware on the 2 sides (not the entrances)
  7. pleat all entrance drapes 1/3 coverage on crossbar
  8. zip tie open ends of 4 entrance fabric pieces to crossbars
  9. Drape valance on entrance & cover crossbar completely, do this by finding the middle, working towards an end, accordion it in your hand & zip tie it to the top of the upright. Repeat this step for the other end of fabric without it being too low (this creates a full valance)
  10. Repeat step 9 for the second entrance, keep the two valance entrances the same height and fullness
  11. create the roof by throw 2 or more pieces of fabric over the 2 crossbars that will be considered your walls for the tunnel (try to keep an even amount of fabric on both sides of the crossbars)
  12. next pleat the ceiling fabric from doorway to opposite end, try to overlap the fabric to close ceiling gaps
  13. create an even height to your ceiling draping by reaching your hand through a sidewall & pulling the very last layer of fabric, repeat this until you have an even ceiling from both sides (this may take fifteen minutes)
  14. raise uprights individually in 2 foot increments until entire backdrop is 10 foot high
  15. pull back 2 left pieces of fabric closest to the door and gather towards left upright, adjust fullness by accordion pieces in hand, attach with zip-tie or pipe cleaner to left upright (roll the bottom of this big pile of draping under itself)
  16. pull back 2 right pieces of fabric closest to the door and gather towards right upright, adjust fullness by accordion pieces in hand, attach with zip-tie or pipe cleaner to right upright(roll the bottom of this big pile of draping under itself)
  17. repeat steps 15 & 16 on the opposite entrance of your tunnel
  18. finalize bottom of tunnel walls tucking & rolling the bottom so that guests don’t step on it, do this until you have a clean look

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