diy wedding drape side single valance
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Pipe and Drape Side Single Valance (7′ – 10′ Long Section)

$123.00 $93.00

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

DIY side single valance wedding drape is just like top valance but instead you attach it lower. You can now create distinctive lines with a simple style of head table backdrop draping. This works great not only behind your head table but also by sweet tables and other focal points. This look is created by setting up a simple straight backdrop and then pulling a swag off to the side. Keep reading if you want to learn how to easily setup a backdrop by renting side single valance pipe drape for receptions & events. Read More...

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📦  Includes: (2) uprights, (2) base plates, (1) cross bar, (5) 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 per 10 foot section 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: 15 minutes per 10 foot section
📆  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

 

 

(11) Important DIY Side Single Valance Drapery Wedding Tips, Tricks, & Pro Advice >>

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Weight 55.59 lbs
Dimensions 57 x 19 x 7 in

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Easy Setup Instructions

How to setup a backdrop with pipe and drape side single valance

  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, 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
  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. lay a piece of fabric long ways between both ends of your backdrop to make sure it is centered (if your backdrop is longer than the fabric, then use 2 pieces)
  8. use a zip-tie or pipe cleaner to attach the center of the laid out fabric to the center of the backdrop crossbar with fabric in hand straighten out as you walk to the opposite end
  9. raise uprights individually in 2 foot increments until entire backdrop is 10 foot height
  10. walk back to the center and grab one end of hanging piece of fabric, with fabric in hand straighten out as you walk to the opposite end
  11. accordion the fabric in your hand with the top layer least amount of slack to have a nice flowy look, then attach this end of fabric to lower upright mounting point with zip-tie or pipe cleaner
  12. walk back to the center and grab the other end of hanging piece of fabric, with fabric in hand straighten out as you walk to the opposite end
  13. accordion the fabric in your hand with the top layer least amount of slack to have a nice flowy look, then attach 2nd end of fabric to lower upright mounting point with zip-tie or pipe cleaner
  14. finalize bottom of back fabric layer by lifting each piece of fabric, accordion fabric down, and tuck and roll the bottoms

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