Rent a Chuppah


Chuppah rentals are exclusive to the Boston Metro Area

Pick up is free. Delivery and Setup service options available.


Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the dimensions of the Chuppah

When assembled the footprint of the canopy is 5' x 5' square & 7 feet tall.

Can you hang flowers or fabric from the Chuppah

The Chuppahs are stable and secure to accommodate any variety of hanging fabric and flowers

What if our wedding is outside and its windy

Our Chuppahs can withstand average weather. The real issue is whether the Chuppah fabric is breathable. In high winds. Linen breathes better than cotton. 

Are custom sizes available

Can the Chuppahs ship

Yes, we can provide custom sizes.

Please contact 

Yes, our Chuppah is designed to pack down flat into 8 manageable pieces and assemble easily within minutes.

Does the Chuppah come with fabric

How long can I rent a Chuppah for

A Chuppah rental is three days.

The Chuppah canopy can be added at checkout.

How Do I Reserve a Chuppah

Check out in the store at least one month in advance. Leave in the note your wedding date and any special requests. 


"I’m writing to thank you for a great job you did with the Chuppah! We've used it several times and absolutely love it - so easy to install, looks sleek and the quality is great!

Thank you!!" -Kseniya (Florist)

"We loved the chuppah! It made our wedding so special" Thank you! 

Arianna. (Bride)





JShaw Furniture was founded by Jesse Shaw in 2014, a Boston-based master craftsman and furniture designer. The company elevates furniture design to a higher level of art, producing hand-made bespoke furniture and wood lighting for individual clients and private collections, carrying on the tradition of sustainably-sourced and locally-made lighting, furniture and chuppahs (wedding arches). JShaw designs have been exhibited at the Wharton Esherick Museum, Fitchburg Museum, the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum, and the Philadelphia Museum. 

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