wedding bouncy castles are the trend couples are jumping on
Don\'t let anyone tell you.
You may associate the inflatable castle with your birthday party when you were young.
But these days, growing up
On the day of the wedding, the bride and groom are scrambling to add one of these inflatable toys to the wedding celebration.
Master of Mr. Tom Robinson
A leasing company in Kent, United States, Bouncy Castle
K told Huffington Post that he started offering the white elastic Castle (
Rather than the multi-colored ones you may be familiar)
Wedding about six years ago.
Since then, this trend has been largely attributed to social media.
\"The idea came from a wedding planner who asked me if I had a white inflatable castle.
\"There was nothing to buy at the time, so I made one,\" he said . \".
\"I quickly found it difficult to keep them clean and had to raise the rent significantly.
But the rise in prices has not eased demand.
\"Robinson\'s cost of renting a white inflatable castle on the same day is about $360, but if the venue requires staff supervision or they add a generator rental to the package, the price will rise.
Bride Tor Cox had always wanted a bouncy castle at her wedding, even though she and she were-
Fiancé Duncan denied the idea in the planning process, thinking it was \"a bit extravagant \".
\"But thanks to a sweet surprise from the groom, Cox finally got a surprise at her wedding in Cornwall, USA on April 2018. K.
\"This has brought new fun to the day,\" she told Huffington Post . \".
\"We only had four children that day, so it was mainly for adult entertainment, which made it better.
But Cox did warn those who jumped around in their wedding dress: \"One of our bridesmaids did fall victim to bounce excitement and rip her dress, but thankfully, it was not until later that the girls managed to keep the secret.