Clients are often surprised to learn that not all marquees are created alike – and therein lies their charm! There are a variety of marquee styles; each with their own benefits and each one a blank canvas on which to express your personal style – and complement the location you have chosen.
Clearspan marquees come in a range of widths from 2m to 15m and can extend to virtually any length. Linked them together to create different zones for dining, dance, reception and catering, if required. Add an integral wooden floor and heating and realise you can have your wedding celebrations in any weather, even in autumn and winter.
The word Clearspan refers to the structure not having any supporting poles inside, which means you have a wide scope for decorating it just as you wish. Go wild with flowers and foliage and shine bright with beautiful lighting.
A stretch tent is a freeform fabric structure that allows for a variety of configurations in terms of shape and height. With open sides, they lend themselves well to a relaxed, Mediterranean vibe. Think long tables overflowing with family, food and laughter. If you’re having your wedding in a particularly scenic location, a stretch tent will allow the natural beauty of the surroundings to become your décor.
Also known as ‘Chinese hat’ because of its sophisticated pointy roof, a pagoda marquee is available in 3, 5 and 6 metre squares or rectangular 3m x 5m. Not only do they look pretty, they’re versatile and sturdy.
When you choose a marquee for your wedding, you can become part of the design process. There won’t be any rules, limits or judgements on how you want it your nuptials to look, compared with many wedding venues and suppliers who will influence the end result.
Retro, modern, romantic, rustic, chic, bohemian, casual, formal, art deco, punk rock, eco-friendly, nautical, celestial, superhero, Disney, biker – which words resonate and reflect with you as a couple? Let’s build a marquee mood board around what makes you YOU.
Space – fewer restrictions on the number of guests