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Grand Entrance Doorway Drapery (7′ – 10′ Long Section)

$119.00 $90.00

Important: fabric can not be cut, altered, or dyed & must be returned to us in the same condition you received it in

Rent DIY draped entrances give your guest the right first impression. When you walk through your doors, you get the feeling of royalty. This is a special form of drapery that often gets over looked. Depending on how many entrances you have will determine how many doorways you need to cover. Best of all, this draping is simple to setup. Create your DIY wedding reception & event with hundreds of affordable rentals. Keep reading for more info on quick easy backdrop décor for doors. Read More...

 

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📦  Includes: (2) uprights, (2) bases, (1) crossbars, (4) 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 2 battery powered uplights to get more colors)
🔥  Flame Retardant Fabric: Yes
⬜  Wrinkle-Resistant Drapery: Yes
⚖️  Weight & Dimensions: view additional information tab above (assembled 10 foot length by up to 10 feet tall)
⏱️  Approx Setup Time: 10 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

 

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Additional information

Weight 51.44 lbs
Dimensions 57 x 19 x 7 in

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Easy Setup Instructions

How to setup quick easy backdrop decor for door & doorway draping

  1. place either (1) crossbar (normal sized door) or (2) crossbars end to end (door larger than 10 feet) on the ground and center on the door you want to drape Important, if your door is larger than 10 feet make sure there is a portion of wall in the center separating the 2 doors. It is not safe to place an upright in-front of an entrance way where guests will walk.
  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, 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 the top crossbar into the pole pocket
  6. 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)
  7. use a zip-tie or clip on the back of the 2 pieces in the center front row of fabric (repeat this for each 10 foot section) this holds together your fabric when you pull it back in steps 9-11
  8. raise uprights individually in 2 foot increments until entire backdrop is 10 foot high
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. repeat steps 9 & 10 if you have more than 10 feet of draping
  12. finalize bottom by lifting each piece of fabric, accordion fabric down, and tuck and roll the bottoms

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