How To Start Planning Your Custom Dance Floor Wrap [Infographic]
A custom dance floor is a stunning wedding statement that ties the whole event space together. With the right design, you’ll transform your venue from top to bottom for your special day. While adding a custom dance floor to your event might seem like a time-consuming task, we’re here to show you how easy it is to get started. If you follow along with our recommendations, planning your custom dance floor wrap will be a breeze. This infographic will walk you through how to get started to make the process as seamless as possible.
Floor Wraps: Get Started
A custom dance floor wrap is the perfect finishing touch to your magical day. They add a touch of elegance while transforming your venue from floor to ceiling. If you’re interested in a custom floor wrap for your wedding, here’s how to get started.
Not all floors are created equal. To ensure our products look their best on your big day we like to work with dance floors made of the following:
Some Hardwood Floors Can Be An Issue
Hardwood is a flooring staple for homes and venues alike. They can contribute to the overall aesthetic of a space. While couples are celebrating their big day, these floors are taking quite a beating. Because of that elevated wear and tear, hardwood floors in event venues require proper maintenance in order for them to be wrapped. If a hardwood floor is not properly maintained, the removal of the wrap may compromise the condition of the floor.
Does Your Venue Have Hardwood Floors But You Still Want A Custom Wrap?
All hope isn’t lost if your venue has hardwood floors. A site inspection and meeting with management would be required to ensure the hardwood floor can be safely wrapped. We also have a list of venues with hardwood floors that we already know we can wrap.
If your venue doesn’t allow their floors to be wrapped or after site inspection it is determined that we are unable to wrap the floor, here are some alternative solutions:
- Rent a dance floor that can be wrapped
- We can provide a subfloor to go on top of the venue’s hardwood floor
- These require painters tape to be applied to the venue’s floor
- Cheaper option compared to renting a dance floor
- Choose a different venue that has a floor we can wrap
Questions To Ask Your Venue
Once you’ve narrowed your list of venues to your top picks and decided you want a floor wrap, here are some questions to ask the venue before placing your deposit.
- Do you allow your dance floor to be wrapped?
- Has the dance floor here ever been wrapped?
- What type of dance floor do you have?
Information To Have Ready For Your Quote
Planning a wedding is no easy task but getting a quote for a custom dance floor can be. Here is the information we’ll need to put together a quote for your dance floor.
- Location and date of your event
- Approval from the venue to wrap the dance floor
- Type of dance floor at the venue
- Size of the dance floor
- Picture of the dance floor
- Type of custom floor wrap you’re interested in
It’s important to know your budget when gathering quotes. We put together an infographic about wedding budget percentages and averages to help you with your planning process.
Types Of Dance Floor Wraps
From simple and elegant to bold and intricate, there are so many different types of dance floor wraps to choose from to compliment your wedding theme.
- Monogram: Choose a black or white floor wrap with your special monogram in the center.
- All White: A sleek and simple way to help your dance floor coordinate flawlessly with your wedding theme.
- Full-Print: Transform your dance space with a printed design that spans the entire floor.
- Specialty: Make your dance floor bold and intricate with a combination of elements like a full print wrap with foil accents, a gold or silver mirror wrap, full coverage foil design, acrylic dance floor and more!
Inspiration For Your Perfect Custom Dance Floor
Looking for inspiration? SHOUT! has got you covered. Head over to our Instagram to get inspired by some of the spectacular events we’ve been honored to have been a part of!
We hope this infographic is a useful tool for making planning easier. If you have any questions, give us a SHOUT!