CHARGER PLATES RENTALS
Charger Rentals in Metro Detroit
Charger plate rentals are large, decorative pieces of dinnerware that serve as the foundation for a place setting. Charger plate rentals should not be confused with dinner plates; they do not actually hold the food but rather provide an attractive base for the other dishes being served. Meal plates are placed on top of the charger plate rental and removed once finished still leaving a clean elegant table setting. Charger rentals also protect the table and linens from any drips or spills leaving you with a clean crumb-free table setting even after a meal.
Most frequently charger plate rentals are used at formal events like weddings and upscale corporate dinners where presentation is vital, but they can be used for any type of event. Additionally, charger rentals can help tie together all of the different components on your tabletop like centerpieces, flatware and napkins by providing a coordinating backdrop for everything else on display. Create an elegant yet purposeful table setting with charger plate rentals.
What kinds of events should I rent a charger plate for in southeast Michigan?
Charger plate rentals are great to have at any kind of fancy event in the Metropolitan Detroit area. If you are planning a wedding, a corporate dinner, a bridal shower, or an anniversary party, you should consider adding charger rentals to make each place setting at your event classy and elegant.
Where do you deliver your wedding charger rentals?
We service the entire Metro Detroit area with our party and event rentals. We will deliver wedding charger rentals to Detroit, Ann Arbor, Flint, Saginaw, Traverse City, and Grand Rapids. If you have a larger order of event rentals or long-term rentals, we can deliver to Columbus or Toledo, Ohio and Indianapolis, Indiana.
How much do charger plate rentals cost?
At Great Lakes Tent, our silver charger plate rentals cost $1.00 each. Decide how many charger rentals you will need for your wedding or fancy event in southeast Michigan based on how many guests are attending your party. Get a free quote to rent chargers for a wedding in Metro Detroit.
Are charger rentals necessary for wedding receptions?
Charger plate rentals are popular for wedding receptions as they elegantly hold the plates during the four or five-course meal. Our beautiful wedding charger rentals dress up the table settings for your special occasion. When you rent chargers for a wedding from Great Lakes Tent, they pair nicely with all of the other wedding decor rentals that we offer.
What types of charger rentals do you offer?
We have silver charger plate rentals that go well with all of our china rentals and flatware. Paired together, our place settings have a sophisticated appearance - perfect for any kind of event in southeast Michigan. These silver wedding charger rentals are ideal because they will match your color scheme for your wedding.
What is the function of a charger plate rental?
Charger rentals are used to not only decorate the table at any party but are also used to hold the dinnerware rentals and each of the courses that you will be serving at your event. Charger plate rentals also ensure that spills don’t stain the gorgeous linens. Other times, a napkin may be placed on a charger rental, and it can be used as a platter to serve appetizers.
Why are wedding charger rentals called chargers?
Dating back to the thirteenth century, Middle English and Scottish writings used the term "chargeour," meaning large plate or service plates. These chargeour plates were used to carry and hold the main course of the meal. Today, this is where wedding charger rentals received their name. Over time, charger plates have been associated with creating an elegant dining table presentation at parties and events.
What differentiates a charger rental from a food platter?
A charger plate rental is typically used to hold the other dining plates that are served with food at your event. A platter usually holds appetizers, desserts, or main entrees at a fancy party. Food platters for events allow guests to serve themselves food that they can place on their own dinner plates.