Table & Chair Rental

Round Tables 

6' Rounds

Designed to seat up to 8 people

$10 Per Table

banquet tables 

eight foot Banquets (30"x 96")

Designed to seat up to 8 people

Twenty-Five Available 

$10 Per Table

cocktail tables

30" High-Top Tables

Ten Available

$10 Per Table 

24" High-Top Tables 

Eight Available 

$10 Per Table 


Standard House Chair

Natural Wood Folding Chair

Built-In Seating Pad

$4 Per Chair


Steve Best

(810) 338-0518

In addition to in-house table and chair rentals, we have one preferred equipment vendor: Affairs To Remember—offering our clients a vast array of table and chair options and upgrades. Please inquire with ATR directly for pricing and reservation.  

The use of any rental company for tables and/or chairs other than The Rust Belt Market or ATR is strictly prohibited. 


Affairs To Remember 

(248) 926-8430


Linen rental also available

Photography by Eric Hampton

Table Considerations

The Rust Belt Market encourages its clients to discuss set-up details with hired vendors--such as: your wedding/event coordinator, catering company, DJ, photo booth company, etc.  Once you've confirmed what is required for your event, please communicate the exact number of tables and chairs needed and your selected layout to your rental company of choice: either Steve Best (rental contact for The Rust Belt Market) or Affairs to Remember.  

  • Head Table/Wedding Party

  • Gifts

  • Buffet

  • Food Stations

  • Cake/Dessert

  • Photo Booth

  • DJ

  • Favors

  • Place Cards


Please select a pre-determined layout that best suits your event needs:

Complementary set up and tear down of guest tables and chairs is included with rental through The Rust Belt Market.  Any adjustments made to a pre-determined layout may take place day-of event during time leased; adjustments must be made by client or client's service providers.  Set up and tear down of equipment rented through Affairs To Remember is not the responsibility of The Rust Belt Market.  

The Rust Belt Market, LLC. Established 2011