A chuppah, also huppah, chipe, chupah, or chuppa, is a canopy under which a Jewish couple stand during their Jewish wedding ceremony. A Jewish traditional round rental chuppah has a top or “ceiling/roof” which is represented to within the Jewish ceremony. This same item can be used with or without a top for a non-Jewish wedding canopy for any religious or non-religious ceremony. This item provides that added touch of beauty and reverence for your ceremony as a key focal point for all your guests.

These items listed here are your more common Chupppah’s/canopy rentals in Chicago. We can create your own custom vision using many other items like chandeliers, crystal beading, layered colored fabrics, candles, glass candle votives etc. Call us to explore hoe EP can create a unique vision for your special event.

Chuppah’s and canopies are very commonly used in wedding ceremonies and sometimes left for the wedding couple over a sweetheart table during a wedding reception.


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Standard options include a sheer fabric for the Chuppah / Wedding canopy. The fabric color can be white or Ivory for the non-custom price.

Upgrade 1 uses a solid non-sheer fabric in white or ivory.

Upgrade 3 includes a sheer col0r other than white or ivory.

Upgrade 4 includes a solid non-sheer color other than ivory or white.

This item has an eight foot diameter. It can be used on stages, patios, concrete, grass, or anywhere there is a solid foundation. Call us for any other type of foundation, we may be able to provide a solution for you.

The listed price includes all materials and supporting structures needed to ensure that you have the most beautiful and safe product on the market.

See out pinterest site for many other Chuppah’s / Wedding canopies we have done recently.

Additional information


Round Sheer (White, Ivory) $500, Round Solid (White, Ivory) $550, Round Sheer (Color) $600, Round Solid(Color) $750, Chuppah Top $100


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