Under the right umbrella, life is extraordinary!

Wedding Umbrellas

Our Ooh-La-La Wedding Umbrellas are available in a range of colors, plus you have the option of any color for removable tassels and now with optional LED tealights for your night time celebrations.

Residential Umbrellas

All our patio umbrellas are guaranteed fade, rot, mold & mildew resistant, water repellent and shrink resistant for 6 years. Sunbrella threads are now available for removeable tassels, cording, fringe and bullions.

Commercial Umbrellas

From 1 to 1000, we can provide you with the ultimate branded market umbrellas, from custom colors to printed or stitched logos and reversible canopies we provide a full service for your business!

Our brick house is the backdrop for our well used brick patio. Emily’s Umbrellas offered so many options of styles, fabric, colors as well as the reversibility factor.   We also had the ability to select an umbrella’s size to fit our patio. We have had it for three seasons where it has stood outside, open, the entire summer of each year. It looks the same now as when we bought it, there has been no fading, mildew or shrinkage. The umbrella is a “happy” functional addition to our patio.
Sharon and Ken Vorpahl
We rely on dependable service from suppliers like Emily's Umbrellas to help us keep our schedule and satisfy our customers. We have recommended these beautiful products to others because of our satisfaction with them. The product offers such creative potential to design projects. I loved the many choices offered, with fabric to tassels. We look forward to doing business with Emily's Umbrellas for years to come.
Jennifer BurackerCassel Interiors, Inc.
The beach umbrellas by Emily’s Umbrellas have been a wonderful addition to our beach here at The Inn at Herrington Harbour, in Rose Haven, Maryland. They are the perfect size and material for our location. Often the wind here is over 15 mph and that will blow the umbrellas around on the beach. The design of the umbrellas allows the wind to pass through until the wind speed gets above 15 mph then as long as they are anchored well they withstand higher speeds.
Ann MulderThe Inn at Herrington Harbour

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This