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With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it’s time to finalize all of your plans! Whether you’re hosting family, friends or both this time around, you may find yourself scrambling to pull out all the stops for your guests. Traditionally, Thanksgiving is marked by a delicious, calorie-heavy meal served around a table with all of your cheerful loved ones. Furthermore, this ensemble of food generally gets served on that “use just once a year” type of tableware.
It’s November already, and you’ve discovered that you have more guests than plates. Also, none of your plates resemble those you’ve been eyeing and desiring on Pinterest. Don’t panic – there are plenty of resources for renting the perfect tableware to use this coming holiday. Keep reading to find your local party rental.
If you’re in Los Angeles and looking for the perfect pieces to compliment your Thanksgiving this year, look no further than Dish Wish. At Dish Wish they believe in the art of the table and want to help you achieve that memorable meal. What’s great about this company is that they allow for à-la carte rentals with no minimum charge! If you have four guests, you can rent tableware for just the four people. If you have 20 guests, you can rent for all of them as well! Want to mix and match? Go for it! You’re not stuck with any pre-made packages, so choose the pieces that fit your own aesthetic. From china to linens, they have it all.
One of the nice things about celebrating Thanksgiving in Los Angeles is that you have the option of dining outside! In Los Angeles, you can find a seemingly endless supply of beautifully crafted tables here at Found.
We get it: You’re living in New York City and not equipped with the most space in the world. Already you’re struggling with the idea of having multiple people in your apartment for a single meal, but now you’ve realize the impossibility of owning and storing enough tableware to accommodate everyone! Don’t worry, Little Vintage Rentals is here to help you out in these situations. Whether you’re looking for vintage seating to give your table a warm vibe or just desperately need some serving ware, Little Vintage Rentals is a great source from which you can borrow and then return. No storage room required.
You find yourself hosting a dinner, but you have barely enough time to pick up the turkey! Sounds like you probably won’t have time to pick out vintage china either. Luckily for San Francisco, Mrs. Peasy has your back. With this service you simply rent a party box, and all of your needs get met, curated and delivered to you. All you have to do is open up the box! For $150 you get the buffet party box, the package that hooks you up with a large salad bowl, two medium serving bowls, two small serving bowls, salad mixers, a cheese board, a cheese knife, a cake stand, a cake knife, a large serving platter, a copper watch pitcher, a glass wine carafe, three copper pinch bowls, a medium rectangular serving platter and six candle holders. Sounds like your table is all set!
For seating, check out Pieces by Violet. Whether you want to mix and match your chairs, rent a classic set or seat your guests at a rustic table with Eames chairs, they have it!
If you’re completely lost on what it means to host a party, Something Vintage Rentals has your back. Everything you need for an event is available through this company, and you’ll be very happy with the variety. You even can have your beautiful, wood table styled by a professional! Too much, too fast? We understand. Snag a new table here if your pre-existing one isn’t cutting it.
Perhaps you have enough tableware to serve all of your guests on, but you want to add a special touch. Forget-Me-Not Vintage is there to help you with all of your special needs! Not only will you be able to rent vintage china from them to make your table look perfect, but they are also available to help you style the set up. After being so busy in the kitchen cooking up a storm for your guests, having someone there to help you set the table will be something you are truly thankful for! So you’ve got all of your tableware ready, but what about the issue that your table simply isn’t big enough to fit all of those guests? If you feel like you’ve surpassed the stage in your life of putting a plastic table next to your wood one and throwing a tablecloth over to conceal your secret than Maggpie is the place for you. The tables available for rent are gorgeous, and oh- do we even dare tell you about all of the amazing rugs you can rent to warm up your space?!
If you have most of your tableware already but are looking for something to give the table a little extra twinkle, allow me to introduce you to Nimble Well. The colored glass goblets are my personal favorite and would be such a fun, unexpected twist at a Thanksgiving table! They range from Victorian to Mid-century, so the mix in style and colors will be a quirky addition to any table. That table though! A rustic farm table from Rent Vintage is definitely big enough to seat all of your guests, and the width of the table in general will happily house (temporarily of course) all of the food you’re about to set upon it. When you’re eating on Thanksgiving Day you definitely want your guest to be in comfortable seats and not fold-out chairs from that BBQ over the summer. Peruse the velvety haven of vintage chairs available at Rent Vintage, and you’ll definitely end up sprucing up the heads of the table!
If you’re in Boston your standards are high, being submersed in the New England charm and all. Chances are you may have already accumulated a fair share of vintage tableware, but if not there is always Fancy That to help you out with last minute needs. Perhaps you don’t have a full set of your favorite china, for example. Maybe a few of your pieces have chips in them, or you need some extra seating. Renting from Sassafras Vintage Rentals is a great alternative to the commitment of buying something too expensive!
Do you have any favorite sources for vintage rentals? Let us know in the comments so we can check them out!