A marquee wedding has several benefits over holding a wedding in a hired hall. Here are a few reasons why you just can’t beat a marquee wedding.
The chief advantage of a marquee wedding is that you’re not restricted to the size of the wedding party. For example, if you are having a small wedding with a party of 50 people or fewer, you need only hire a small marquee. For a larger party, you hire a larger marquee. This means that you can budget for the size of venue you need rather than having to pay for a space that you may not fill.
A marquee wedding also allows the organisers to stage the type of wedding they want. A permanent structure will place certain restrictions on decoration and layout, whereas a marquee operates as a blank canvas. This allows a bride and groom to have a totally unique experience.
Another benefit of a marquee wedding is the flexibility it offers in terms of weather. If the British weather lets you down and rains, the marquee can be a totally enclosed space. On the other hand, if the weather is kind, you can roll up the sides of the marquee and create more space for your guests and enjoy the sunshine and warmth.
Finally, a marquee wedding allows the organisers to set a time as to when the party is over. Venues often have rules that state for the comfort of other guests and to prevent noise pollution on their premises, parties must end by 11pm or midnight. With a marquee, there are often no such restrictions, so you and your guests can party to your heart’s content.
A marquee wedding has many advantages over a traditional bricks and mortar venue, offering you flexibility, convenience and often lower costs.