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Wedding Marquee Divided into Sections

Marquee plan

The plan drawn up on our planner shows how the marquee will be divided by two reveal screens

The reception area in the marquee

The reception area, shown on the left on the plan, with sofas, soft cube seating and a bar

Peeping into the dining section

Peeping from the reception area though the opening in the reveal into the main dining section

Marquee dining

The main dining section of the marquee

Looking back through the opening of the reveal

Looking back the other way, from the dining area through the reveal into the reception area

Dance section of the marquee

The third dancing section of the marquee, shown on the right in the plan above: wooden dance floor, small stage for music and reveal screen on the right

Wedding cake

Wedding cake on a cake table and a large floral arrangment with matching flowers and colours

Marquee exterior at night

Exterior of the marquee looking inviting at night

Marquee exterior

Exterior of the marquee, showing the main marquee, a chinese hat marquee serving as an entrance porch, and some covered walkway

Entrance marquee

Looking into the entrance marquee, with a heater and a coat rack

Marquee round table

Table furnishings: a 6' round table with limewashed chiavari chairs

Close up of the reveal

Close up of the opening in the reveal

The occasion was a spring wedding reception for 160 near Westerham, Kent

The venue was a fair sized garden with plenty of room for the large clearspan marquee that was to serve for the wedding reception.

The challenge: the client wanted to have three separate areas for the reception: a medium sized area to receive guests and serve drinks; the largest section for dining; and a smaller section for drinking and dancing later.

County Marquees solution: sectioning the marquee — a 12m x 33m (40' by 110') frame marquee divided into three sections by reveal screens hanging down to split the marquee into three and hide unusued areas. They can be parted in the middle, and also pulled right up from above like an old fashioned theatre curtain.

Contact us if you would like to find out more about celebrating a wedding in a marquee.