A 15m x 27m marquee was adjoined to a 9m x 18m marquee and a further 12m x 18m marquee to create 3 separate areas for the wedding reception, creating a ‘U-shaped’ marquee configuration. Access was through a 5m x 5m pakoda, which took guests into the central marquee which was used as the entrance and bar area. From here the guests turned left to the main drinks reception area, which also led to a cloakroom marquee, housing the luxury loos. Whilst the drinks reception and photographs took place, the dining area to the right of the entrance marquee was completely screened from view, and just before the wedding breakfast commenced, linings were removed to reveal the dining area. The dance area was also screened off and the linings were removed after the meal to reveal the black-out dance area with starlight roof. The entrance, drinks reception and dining areas were all lined in pleated ivory with a matching valance, and the entire marquee was floored with wooden sub-structure flooring. The bar was positioned centrally in the marquee for ease of access from the 9m x 9m kitchen marquee, and to service all the reception areas. The marquee had both glass and PVC windows and a bi-fold door was provided with an outside wooden-decked area.
LED roof wash lighting created a soft atmospheric lighting in the dining area, and fairy lights positioned behind the linings in the entrance marquee gave a sparkly effect. A truss bar with disco lighting was provided in the dance area.