Making an Entrance

Although isn’t essential, framing an entrance has multiple benefits. A space to greet your guests, to offer shade, to put down umbrellas, display your seating plan or the starting point for your grand entrance to the wedding breakfast! 

A covered entrance in especially useful in the case of extreme weather (hot or cold) – which is also where our Stable doors play their part, enabling you to stop any draught passing through the marquee.

Our smaller structures can be used for a variety of further uses, including connecting two marquees together, connecting a sailcloth marquee to a building, or a walkway to the loo’s.

 

Possible Uses:

The Portico

Porticos offer a great option for your entrance. It measures 4x2m, offering a wide entrance and bridging the guy ropes.

We can offer a variety of floors for this area – although looks best with our Dandydura matting, connecting to the walkway.

The Porticos can be adjoined to create a 4x4m cover, or multiple entrances to the marquee.

Connecting  Tunnels

We can use these tunnels to connect multiple marquees, or to attach to a building (ground surface permitting).

Stable Doors

Our stunning handmade stable doors create the grandest of entrances that compliments our sailcloth marquees and really enhances your experience – what ever the weather!

Your Entrance

bride walking down the isle
Stretch Tent Party at night with lights
Stretch Tent Party at night with lights
Stretch Tent Party at night with lights
Stretch tent 7.5x10 metres in size with matting
Stretch tent 7.5x10 metres in size with matting
Stretch tent 7.5x10 metres in size with matting
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