The popularity of outdoor wedding tent has skyrocketed in the years gone by, which has immensely increased demand for wedding marquee hire services.
How to decorate a tent for a wedding?
Tents provide you with countless decorating opportunities and styles, Picture it: hanging flowers, lamplight, sequined tablecloths, wedding decor and lots of lush greenery decoration. can add another dimension to your wedding. So, if you are ready to put a little thought to achieve the kind of look you want, your wedding may well become a hot topic for discussion for a few months to come.
Show you how to decorate a tent for a wedding
1、Use a white color Wedding Tent On behalf of pure, noble, at the same time a symbol of good, noble, pure love, for all people to create a beautiful and romantic white wedding
2、Wedding tent ceiling is often overlooked as most of the decoration is done at the eye level. If the ceiling is not decorated well, no matter how nicely rest of the marquee is decorated, it will not be impressive at all.
3、Wedding tent Candles can create a romantic atmosphere, but due to the risk of fire wedding marquee hire companies do not allow to use candles. Fairy lights and cordless lamps are pretty engaging, safe and the best alternative to using candles.
4、Flowers and greenery are a natural match to the fresh, outdoorsy mood of a tent reception. Work with your florist to design centerpieces for the tables that will complement the look of the tent, but won’t draw the eye so strongly that they detract from the overall setting. Your florist might also suggest other pieces to add to the decor, such as an arch decorated with greenery you can place inside the tent’s main door, perfect for the wedding party’s grand entrance.
A good place to start is with our Wedding Reception Party Tent Packages. According to the number of guests you plan to invite, the package includes tables, chairs, linings, and stage, etc. Once you’ve decided on a package, you can add on other rental items like tables and chairs, wedding decor, food, and beverage service equipment, a dance floor…you name it, chances are we have it.