I made a beautiful backdrop for my daughters wedding out of 8 antique doors. You can change out fabric behind the lace to match your colors. They are all numbered and hook together in two groups so they could be used as two sets of four. Clip and paste this link to see more description. http://thesecretisgratitude.blogspot.com/2011/12/backdrop-or-background-doors-for.html
Two French Door sets with glass with a smaller solid door to anchor them to stand up. These we used to put pictures of the couple in the glass and used colored paper behind them to make the pictures stand out. Clip and paste this link to see more on those. http://thesecretisgratitude.blogspot.com/2011/12/entry-doors-french-doors-for-wedding.html
8 closet door sections that are in four groups. We used them behind the cake and water tables and I had a "floating" wall so we used those to hold the end sides up. Clip and paste here to see that: http://thesecretisgratitude.blogspot.com/2011/12/floating-wall-part-2-and-closet-doors.html
Click and past this to see video of all the doors:http://thesecretisgratitude.blogspot.com/2012/01/video-of-wedding-decorations.html
If you want to see more of them you can go to my blog thesecretisgratitude.com and go to the search at the bottom of the home page and type in wedding decorations or doors and things will come up.
These are in Sandy. They can fit in the back of a pickup with the cardboard in between them. If you return them without any broken glass, or large dings/scratches, you will get the entire deposit back. There are numbers on the top of the doors so you know which pins go in each hing and which doors fit together. It is organized and should be easy to set up and take down.
$250 to rent all the doors. You can also have the benches and trees if you want to use them. $100 returnable deposit if returned in the same condition. With the full sized cardboards that fit in between, it should be easy to keep them nice.
Call 435-201-2334 and ask for Tammy