Why You Should Have A Marquee Wedding | by Lingtong Tent
Why You Should Have A Marquee Wedding
If you can't decide between a marquee wedding and a more traditional venue, here’s reasons why wedding marquee makes such a great venue for wedding.
1. You get to choose your venue.
All you need for a marquee wedding is a bit of space! This could be at home, but if there isn’t room there are plenty more options. Field marquee sites have grown in popularity over recent years and the best have something extra to offer, such as spectacular coastal or country views. When looking for a field location many people also head for a special location that holds fond memories, perhaps where they holidayed as children of first visited as a couple. There are also lots of established wedding venues which use marquees to host receptions and they often have accommodation available as well, which means you get to spend the whole weekend with the people you love the most!
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2. You get to take advantage of a view — bring the outside in.
Marquees enable you to be within touching distance of your surroundings. So if you have a lovely view, don’t miss out, make sure you can see it all day! Frame marquees are particularly good as they can be supplied with clear window walls and clear roofs, which means that you still see that fabulous view when you are inside the marquee as well.
3. Fewer restrictions on the number of guests.
You get to choose your guest numbers with a marquee. Whilst you do need to make sure that you have got the right size structure to accommodate everyone, essentially it is up to you how it works. So formal or informal, whatever your day or evening guest numbers a marquee is a flexible room that can be created in a size to fit your celebration!
We can reccommend dimension of wedding marquee, based on your guests qtys.
4. You don’t have to follow tradition.
Marquees are great if you want to do your own thing. If you want to break free from the norm and not follow the traditional wedding day format, do it — it really is up to you.