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Q. We're getting married in April next year and want to make the most of the great outdoors despite the unpredictable British weather. What would you suggest for our celebration.
A. Sarah Margree says: Sarah says: We're entering into our 20th year in the marquee business and still take great pleasure in helping couples to create magic on their special day. Last year we invested in clear roofs for our 12-metre frame marquees, helping to bring the outside in. Styled with rustic furnishings and vintage lighting they provide a wonderful ambience. The marquee village is also becoming more popular with various ones set up for different parts of the day, connected by walkways so you can have multiple areas for your guests. A reception marquee connected to the dining tent and then another with a dancefloor and perhaps another for relaxing, complete with comfy soft furnishings makes a a cosy reception space while still allowing you to enjoy the outdoor setting. You can even have pods alongs the walkways for different set ups.
Sarah Margree , Abacus Marquees