Sometimes temporary protection goes from your backyard to a large-scale event like a wedding. As outdoor weddings, including spring, summer, and beach themes, are increasingly common, offering guests enough shade and protection from the sun is expected. Instead of keeping guests exposed during the ceremony and reception, add a few wedding tents. Made with a powder-coated steel frame and polyester or polyethylene canopy, these structures will keep guests protected from the sun and can be arranged in a number of ways.
These days, weddings come in various sizes. Some may want a more intimate ceremony for close family and friends alone, while others invite many relatives, friends, and coworkers to the event. In either case, wedding tents can accommodate your needs. In many instances, wedding tents are large enough to accommodate 250 people under one roof, and, for such ceremonies, a single large wedding tent can serve as the central point. This location can be the area for the ceremony and, later, as the primary location for the reception.
A large canopy may be simple in appearance, but those assisting you with planning your special day can give some decorating points for wedding tents, including lighting, table arrangements, and other design features. As far as the basic planning is concerned, however, wedding tents can often be joined together. Some weddings, for example, may have a series of long or smaller tents connecting the larger tents around the area. This is somewhat common for larger ceremonies and receptions needing shade over a large area. Additionally, the staff assisting your ceremony will also need tents, and, when planning, consider separate and smaller canopies for the catering staff and the band or DJ.
As outdoor weddings are popular at certain points during the year, consider the many options for wedding tents. These large canopies can protect and shade guests and attendants for the entire event.
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