Having your own party tent is a great way to save money compared to renting. As a bonus, you may find yourself entertaining more so you get to see your friends and relatives on a regular basis. Still, there may be one downside if you don't have enough chairs to go around.
You've probably discovered that renting chairs is expensive, and keeping them around your home or workplace takes up a lot of space. Stack-able seating is an option, but maybe you prefer a more interesting look. Here are a few of our favorite alternatives to the standard chair.
Hay Bales:Hay bales aren't just for rustic weddings. They'll be an amusing touch at any casual event. Keep in mind that unless you have your own hay or have easy access to it, you might wind up spending more than it would take for just regular chairs.
Logs:Some party rental companies even rent artificial or natural logs and stumps, usually with cushions on top for seating. If you live in the city, this may not be easy, but it would be novel.
Benches:Benches are a practical and space-saving idea. You might want to buy them or make your own. If you're doing it yourself, make sure they're stable and safe.
Pillows:Many people around the world still sit on floor pillows and cushions rather than chairs. Depending on your imagination and budget, this could be basic or glamorous.
Blankets:Make it a picnic. Your guests might love spreading out a blanket, and dining on salads and sandwiches.
While you're having fun with your seating arrangements, keep your guests in mind. You may need some chairs to accommodate people who would have difficulty sitting on pillows and logs.
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