Rendezvous On Bourbon Street ArchKSARBS
Create Bourbon Street at your event with this arch.
Our Rendezvous Arch features a wrought iron design. The Rendezvous Arch measures 10 feet high x 7 feet 4 inches wide and is made from cardboard. Use the Rendezvous Arch to make a grand entrance, worthy of your Mardi Gras theme. Assembly required.
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- Dramatic bold
- Flimsy needs support
- Entryway photo backdrop
This piece takes some time to put together. It arrives in a flat box. The entire thing is made of cardboard & corrugated paper, so you'll need some support or tie-downs if you plan to use this in a high-traffic or windy area. Our photo was taken after someone tried to lean on one of the supports, and the top lantern got knocked off irreparably. We also added the jester mask in the center. Overall, we were very pleased with the look of this piece, and plan to use it again.
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Q:Is it double-sided? Does it look the same from the back?Asked on 3/4/2014 by Ayla from United States
A:The columns are the same design all the way around but the customized part is blank on the back with no design.Answered on 3/5/2014 by csr
Q:How big is the box it ships inAsked on 1/3/2014 by mt from dallas
A:The sizes of the boxes are not given. Warehouse will ship the product accordingly to fit in the packagesAnswered on 1/3/2014 by csr
Q:can I get an idea what it takes to put his together - maybe instructions or something so I can decide if it will work or is too much??Asked on 1/3/2014 by MT from Dallas
A:This item assembly is MINIMAL - 2 People < 1 Hour
No instructions are issued without an order for the product firstAnswered on 1/3/2014 by csr
Q:What kind of support is needed to make the arch stable?Asked on 2/3/2013 by Sharon from Pompano Beach, Fl
A:The arch kit includes everything you need for assembly and stabilization.Answered on 2/5/2013 by csr