Today we highlight Fosters’ Tent Rentals, a full-service rental company for weddings and events!

Fosters' Tent Rentals | Adirondack Weddings Magazine

Fosters’ Tent Rentals, a family-owned and operated event rental company, has been providing rental equipment throughout the Plattsburgh, Malone, and Lake Placid area since 1992. Fosters’ services are great for weddings, parties, dinners, and other special events. They supply the equipment needed—and sometimes overlooked—in order to have a flawless, memorable event. Equipment includes tents, tables, chairs, dishes, linens, portable restrooms, dance floors, staging, lighting, and catering equipment. All rentals are transported and set up at the designated location by Fosters’ dedicated staff.

To contact Fosters’ Tent Rentals and learn more, visit Fosters’ Tent Rentals in the Adirondack Weddings vendor directory.

{Editor’s note: Fosters’ was the rental vendor of choice for Lily and David’s gorgeous wedding on Upper Saint Regis Lake, featured in the current issue of Adirondack Weddings, and shot by Niki Rossi Photography!}


  • Comment by Jessica — August 6, 2013 @ 8:56 am

    I have been to a couple of tent weddings and they were both really nice! One was outside during the day in the country and they had a very nature based theme going on. The other wedding in a tent that I went to was in downtown Chicago and at night. You never would have guessed it was held inside a tent in the middle of winter! It was nice and warm and had a very upscale contemporary feel. I was very surprised as to how nice both events turned out!

  • Comment by Nicole H. — August 13, 2013 @ 9:47 pm

    My cousin recently had her wedding reception in a tent and it was perfect! It allowed us all to enjoy the wonderful weather and there was more than enough room for dining and dancing.

  • Comment by Laura @ Adirondack Weddings Magazine — August 24, 2013 @ 2:52 pm

    We love outdoor tent weddings! Be sure to ask Foster’s about tent liners, too–they are so elegant.

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