Top 3 Pipe and Drape Uses For Your Wedding Venue

Top 3 Pipe and Drape Uses For Your Wedding Venue
April 27, 2022 64 view(s)

Top 3 Pipe and Drape Uses For Your Wedding Venue

As a wedding venue owner, you most probably have your inventory of tables, chairs and linens ready for wedding season. If so, your venue is already more attractive to prospective couples - bravo!  In addition to those, you may want to consider investing in pipe and drape


Why pipe and drape? There are several uses for pipe and drape that make sense for a wedding venue. Today we’re sharing our top 3:

Wedding Arches

While some couples may prefer to bring in their own wedding arch, providing a wedding arch they can customize instantly adds value to your wedding package.


With their steel bases, aluminum poles and fabric drapes, wedding arches are made for easy setup and break down. Let the florist do the rest!

Wedding Canopies/Chuppahs

Inclusivity is a must for any wedding venue. Couples holding religious ceremonies may call for a dome canopy or chuppah

Chuppahs or canopies are beautiful way to honor tradition while also expressing a couple’s individuality and creating a center point for their ceremony.

From classically-draped chuppahs/canopies to those decorated with blooms or greenery, there are countless ways for your clients to customize it. Again, adding lots of value to your wedding venue package.

Wedding Backdrops

Wedding backdrops are perfect for adding a layer of softness to a venue’s reception space or for highlighting a head table or sweetheart table. Backdrops can also be used to create a more intimate space in a large room. Couples can also customize their backdrops with lighting, greenery and layers of drape.


If pipe and drape seems like a good fit for your wedding venue, be sure to also check out necessary accessories for securing and storing your pipe and drape inventory.

Author: Larah Winn

Larah is the creative and marketing specialist here at EventStable. She lives in the old axe factory town of Collinsville, Connecticut with her husband and dog Baya. In her free time you can find her helping her husband restore their 1860's cottage.