Sisters bringing magic + sustainability to weddings and events

Hi! We are Kellie and Erin, sisters on our second business venture together looking to make all of life's moments look and feel magical, while promoting sustainability. After bringing a dreamy wedding to life for Erin and her husband, we decided we wanted to to bring that same feeling to others. 

Why we created Cedar + Sage:

To provide you with unique furniture + décor rentals that create an unforgettable vibe for your wedding or event.

To promote sustainability by encouraging renting instead of buying new.

To minimize the work so you can enjoy your big day.

To support the community by shopping local + donating a portion of every rental to Autism Awareness.

Frequently asked questions

Where do you get your inventory from?

Our inventory is sourced from antique shops, Facebook Marketplace, and friends and family. We strive to only buy secondhand in an effort to prevent waste.

Do you offer set up and styling?

Yes, every piece you rent from Cedar and Sage is set up and styled by our team. You shouldn't have to worry about moving furniture on your wedding day! Set up and styling is included in the rental pricing.

Do you deliver?

Yes, we deliver all of your selected pieces to your event location. Delivery is 25% of the total rental order. Example: total rental order is $1000; the delivery fee is $250.

Do you charge any additional fees?

We charge a 10% non-refundable protection fee. This covers you for any general wear and tear, but does not cover you from gross negligence. For items that break, are damaged, or are not returned (not protected from inclement weather, red wine spills, etc), the client will be charged 5x the rental cost of that piece. Depending on how far your event is, there is also a mileage fee.

Do you collaborate in styled shoots?

Yes, but we do require: - That there be a written agreement between all of the vendors involved ensuring that we receive the photos and will be given proper credit on social media, and websites. - That a timeline, shot list, and vendor list is provided ahead of the shoot. - That the photographer will take photos of our pieces as a full set, as well as individual and detailed shots.