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The Reventals Promise



High Quality Products

You don't have to worry about receiving damaged or discolored products.

On Time Delivery

You don't have to worry about late arrivals or no shows.

Satisfaction Guarantee

We pride ourselves on excellent customer service. If you aren't happy, we will give you a refund.

Don't Let a Vendor Ruin Your Event!


At Reventals, we know if you are planning a party, festival or corporate event that you want it to be representative of your professionalism. In order to have the event you envision, you need the rentals to be high quality and be delivered and picked up on time. The problem is that it's extremely time consuming to call around, send emails. We believe it should be easy and you shouldn't have to overpay for convenience! That's why we have vetted independent, locally owned and operated rental companies to find you the best vendors, unique rentals and great prices. Just tell us what you need, we will find it for you, and you can check rentals off your to do list. You can stop wasting time searching and worrying about poor quality rentals ruining your event and get back to the fun parts of planning a party.

Know More


Dinnerware
How many forks and which side of the plate do they go on? Do I need more than one glass? Sometimes it is challenging to know which dinnerware and flatware will match the tone and style of your event. Luckily, we've got some info ready to help you set a formal or casual table.

FAQs


What is the correct way to set a table?
Dinner plate goes in the center. The dinner fork goes to the left of the plate with any additional forks (like the salad fork) further to the outside left. The knife goes to the right of the dinner plate with the sharp edge towards the plate. The spoon goes to the right of the knife. The water glass goes in the upper right corner, above the knife.
Which side does the napkin go on?
Place the napkin to the left of the fork in a casual setting or on the plate for a more formal look.
What is a casual table setting?
A casual table setting is a less formal dinnerware setup which allows more space on the table. It includes a dinner plate, dinner fork, knife, spoon, water glass and napkin.

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