Whether searching for a bouncy castle, face painter, décor to suit your themed party or simply elegant china, silverware and glassware; Denver is home to several fantastic rental companies. When DIY becomes OMG, these companies are here to make for a stress-free rental opportunity. Leave the glue gun at home, forget about having to load your dishwasher to capacity after a party and order from these fantastic Colorado-owned businesses to rent items for your next event and wow your guests with your good taste. From the upscale to the more affordable and talent to hard goods, we bring you the top party rentals in Denver.

Event Rents (Photo by Chad Chisholm)

Event Rents
13305 James E. Casey Ave.
Englewood, CO 80112
(303) 972-0975

Event Rents has been serving the Denver community for years bringing tents, linens, china, glassware and more to parties throughout the Denver area and beyond. Chances are, you have been to a party where Event Rents’ products graced the table. From elegant chargers to spice up your party to stunning linens to set the mood, Event Rents’ rentals make for a care-free rental experiences from small to large parties.

Fun Productions (Photo by Chad Chisholm)

Fun Productions
1660 Jasper St.
Aurora, CO 8011
(303) 344-8899

Seeking the ultimate face painter? Need a fun activity for your next corporate party? Perhaps you just want to rent a mechanical bull for your Western-themed party. Fun Productions has it all. Themed rentals, creative ideas and out-of-the-box concepts set it apart as a rental company, offering some of the finest talent in Denver for entertainment (think balloon artists, face painters, magicians and more). Indoor and outdoor fun, this rental company is primed for summer festivities.

T’Da Design and Production (Photo by Chad Chisholm)

T’Da Design and Production
4309 Elati St.
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 832-3382

Located near the Highlands, T’Da provides clients with everything from company picnic décor to gala ornamentation. Setting the mood with lighting, sprucing up a table with beautiful floral arrangements or custom-creating a special piece for your party are all services T’Da offers. The unique designs have been seen all over the Denver metro area and beyond, affording guests a truly unique experience for whatever party you may be throwing when using this event rental and décor company.

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Butler Rents (Photo by Chad Chisholm)

Butler Rents
4455 E. Virginia Ave.
Denver, CO 80246
(303) 3888-5971

Located near Cherry Creek, Butler Rents is home to 80,000 square feet of warehouse space packed with quality party equipment rentals. A one-stop hard and soft goods party shop, Butler Rents has a cumulative 100 years of rental experience under one roof. Whether throwing a summer garden party and seeking a beautiful linen and glass pitcher to accent your guests’ experience or throwing a large party and renting several pieces, Butler Rents is happy to make your event come to life.

Sceneographics (Photo by Chad Chisholm)

999 Tejon St. Studio 2
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 260-7050

Known for its over-the-top creative sets, props and rentals, Scenographics is a Hollywood-style event rental company. From “under the sea”-themed gala decor to a pirate ship and mummy’s tomb, even a Star Wars Storm Trooper graces its prop shop. Sceneograpics has been providing quality specialty event props and scenery since 1990 from its 15,000-square-foot warehouse. Something for everyone, almost every historical period is covered by this coveted Denver treasure of a shop, and if Sceneographics doesn’t have it, it can probably build it for you. Make sure to check out the company’s scale models of several cities — a true “wow factor” addition to any party.

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Chad Chisholm is an avid globetrotter and brings the best of travel secrets and expert insights to his readership. A Denver-based travel writer and photographer, Chad’s travels have taken him to five of the seven continents in a passionate love affair with the world of travel and the outdoors. His work can be found at Examiner.com.