I have several cupcake stands that customers can use. All of them are ones I get back when they are done. I have the client pay a deposit fee that they get back when the stand is returned in the same condition it left in AND in the time restraints according to the contract.
Remember, that in Ohio you don't charge tax on food items not eaten on premise (as in your house in your case) but you do charge tax for delivery fees and rental fees. The tax rate is based on the city you deliver the goods to, not the city you are based in. So, make sure you look up the city's tax rate you are delivery too before you give the final price. And of course, just make life more annoying, the tax rate can change mid year so keep checking through out the year so you don't have to pay more than you received because the rate went up and you didn't know.