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Furniture and Prop Rentals



Clients of this boutique rental agency include Coach, Vogue, and the New Museum. The varied inventory encompasses Chester sofas and Giuseppina chairs, as well as an array of cool pedestals and sparkling light-up bars. A 24/7 delivery service is available, and trained decorative consultants can assess your venue at no extra charge.


Lovers of the modern aesthetic can furnish without ever lifting a finger, since owner Stephen Wallis arranges for delivery anywhere along the Eastern Seaboard. Couples can check the stock quantity, details, and measurements on the company’s site. A glossy white oval table that seats eight starts at $350. For modern seating options, check out either the sleek white Ultra Bellini chair or the clear Starck Ghost chair (both for $15).

Patina Vintage Rentals


Housed in an old garment factory in Brooklyn, creative director Corrin Arasa’s collection of vintage furniture and décor boasts pieces in a range of styles, from early-1900s French to Scandinavian mid-century modern. She helps couples put together a comprehensive design scheme. If you don’t find the item of your dreams in her collection, she’ll track it down elsewhere. By appointment only.

Prop N Spoon

32-00 Skillman Ave., third fl., Long Island City; 212-244-9600;

This warehouse deals with more than just run-of-the-mill items, offering as many authentic antique-furniture selections (early American, Louis XVI, 1920s) as contemporary lines. Modern-design aficionados will gravitate to the rental studio’s Saarinen Tulip chairs. A trained wedding staff sits down with clients to outfit blank spaces. The ground-floor loading dock makes for easy pickup if you want to DIY. Prices upon request.

Taylor Creative, Inc.

150 W. 28th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 1001; 646-336-6808;

While all-white and clear acrylic pieces are the client favorite at this decade-old rental company, Taylor Creative’s collection also mixes in rich hues, natural elements, and an array of textures and materials. Its sleek Chrome Runner Tables ($285 each) and Flex Barstools ($22 each) make for perfect communal seating at cocktail receptions. All units are delivered by the company crew, 365 days a year.

Two of a Kind


pany’s tufted sofas and armchairs in jewel tones and neutrals, plus retro side tables or bar carts. Folksier couples will find vintage barrels, farmers’ tables, and scrolling candelabras.


Bermuda Limousine International

212-647-8400, ext. 121;

This company’s ample 180-vehicle fleet includes well-appointed luxury Lincoln Town Car MKT stretches and Mercedes sedans ($160 per hour each).

Campus Coach


This coach line rents charter buses that can ferry out-of-town guests all around Manhattan, cruising by landmarks along the way. Its smaller buses accommodate up to 15 passengers; larger buses can hold as many as 54. Prices upon request.

The Checker Cab

67 West St., nr. Noble St., Greenpoint; 866-866-3256;

Though the city’s iconic Checker cabs were retired in the 1990s, a few still exist. Those looking to make a grand entrance (or post-ceremony escape) can do so in a beautifully restored antique car. The extra-roomy backseat is particularly helpful with a flowing wedding gown. Rentals start at $195.



FilmCars has an extensive inventory of restored antique and vintage automobiles dating from as early as 1910. For a classic retro look, there’s a 1966 Ford Mustang convertible; for vintage-themed nuptials, try a 1923 Model T.

Regal Carriage, Inc.


For some brides, Regal’s Cinderella glass-pumpkin carriage (from $1,200 for three hours, excluding tips), drawn by two white horses, is a dream come true. For the rest of us, there’s a lower-key Victorian carriage (from $750 with only one horse).