Marquee for an Indian Wedding
Mehndi henna painting party:
Looking from the entrance marquee into the first large marquee and though to the second.
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The entrance marquee spanning two levels. Guests entered from the house and passed through into the first large marquee.
The first large marquee furnished with low seating and bright cushions. The party took place here, with dancing later on.
The second marquee was quieter, with some tables and chairs. See below for the much grander wedding setup.
The occasion: was a large Indian wedding
The challenge: was to provide two large entertainment areas that could be repurposed for two separate events: a Mehndi henna painting party and the wedding itself. The marquees also needed to be conected to the house. A catering tent was required as well. All this in a garden that spanned three levels.
County Marquees' solution: two large marquees connected across two levels by walkway with a third entrance marquee - spanning two levels and attached to the house - leading into the first large marquee. The catering tent was positioned to one side. All the marquees were clearspan frame structures. Complicated and constrained layouts like this really show off the flexibility of frame marquees.
For a case study of a differently styled Indian wedding, see Indian wedding marquee