Pipe & Drape Side Single Valance (7′ – 10′ Long)

$178.00 $135.00

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

Side single valance wedding drape is just like top valance but instead you attach it lower. Create distinctive lines with this simple DIY backdrop draping for your head table. Typically you would have to hire a draping company with expensive labor prices. However, when you do this yourself you save instantly because our drapery packages are easy to assemble. Use behind a table for your bridal party, sweets table & other areas. This look is created by setting up a simple straight backdrop & then swagging off to the sides. Keep reading & learn how to easily setup a backdrop by renting side valance pipe and drape. Read More...


Easy Do It Yourself Rentals (1 Min)

Watch how to setup side valance in the helpful video below

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•  Supplies: 2 uprights, 2 bases, 1 cross bar, 5 pieces of drapery, zip-ties
•  Drapery Colors: This defaults to white you can also rent purple, light purple, red, pink, champagne, teal, blue, black, silver sequin & gold sequin fabric in the drop down (renting 2 extra uplights for every ft section is recommended for best lighting results)
•  Fire Resistant Fabric: Yes
•  Wrinkle-Resistant Drapery: Yes
•  Shipping Specifications: see the weight and sizing in the tabs located above (assembled 10′ length by 10′ tall)
•  Time You Will Need for Setup: 15 mins for every 10 foot linear span of drapes
•  Rentals Ship Date: They arrive 2 days before your date, and you send back 2 days after your date, do this so you don’t have to pay late fees
•  ShipOur.Wedding sends all orders $94+ FREE Nationwide both ways



(11) DIY Tips You Must Read before Setting Up Side Single Valance Drape >>


Additional information

Weight 53 lbs
Dimensions 57 x 19 x 8 in


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Easy Setup Instructions

Setting up a How to setup a backdrop with pipe drapes for side single valance

  1. lay crossbars on the ground parallel with the wall, center this on the area you want to have covered
  2. take a base plate and lay at the edge of every crossbar (your base plate should be fully assembled with the ferrule pin hand tightened on the very middle hole)
  3. take an upright and slide (1) upright over every base plate ferrule pin as far down as possible (don’t use too much force, only have 50% on ferrule if the upright doesn’t fit easily)
  4. a crossbar will fit between (2) uprights, this should secure to the top opening in your uprights (repeat this step for all sections with crossbars)
  5. your frame is not complete, it is time to hang (4) fabric pieces over each separate crossbar (when throwing over, have even amounts of fabric on both sides of your crossbar) Also when you have silver sequin or gold sequin drapes, there will be a pole pocket to slide the fabric over the crossbar
  6. take the fabric and give it pleats, you want the edge of all drapery and equipment overlapping so it is hidden (the middle of the crossbar will be the middle of your two fabric pieces that overlap)
  7. take a 5th fabric piece and center this long ways on your crossbar (the center of this fabric will be centered on a crossbar (repeat this step if you have more than 1 crossbar)
  8. next grab a pipe cleaner or zip-tie this will be used to hold the center of the long fabric to the center of the crossbar (gather in hand like accordian, after attached you pull the fabric gently to the left and right)
  9. you will lift you uprights in 2′ intervals one at a time until your draping backdrop is all at a 10 ft height
  10. now you will swag the valance to the side, put one side of the center hung drape and walk to the closest upright
  11. fold fabric in your hand like an accordion motion so the drapes flow, then using a pipe cleaner or zip tie mount to a low part of your upright
  12. repeat step 11 for the other piece of fabric to the opposite side of the backdrop
  13. lastly grab, lift and slowly dropping all pieces of fabric, tuck all the drapes on the bottom so your backdrop looks presentable

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