Wedding Tipis, Tents & Yurts
All our wedding tipis, yurts and marquees for hire in the UK have excellent eco credentials and offer wedding venue spaces that are a bit different and special. Whether you're looking for an intimate yurt reception with woodburning stove, interconnected giant tipis for a large party, or a vintage marquee for an afternoon tea, we have a supplier who can make your dreams come true.
Multiple award-winning World Inspired Tents specialise in the hire of magical giant Nordic tipis throughout Southern England, South Wales and the Midlands. Whether you are planning a formal country garden wedding or a laid back, toes-in the sand beach wedding, the tipis provide the perfect space for your wedding.
A unique range of tents for wedding hire all of which are beautifully hand made structures. They specialise in sumptuous bridal suites and chill out areas for the most individual of events. Being a small family run business they take pride in providing a personal service to all their customers.
Hooe's Yurts provide stunning yurts for wedding receptions, specialising in decorating the yurts with exotic textiles creating beautiful ethnic style venues. A brilliant alternative to a traditional marquee and perfect for adding the wow factor to your wedding day.
Have a truly stunning setting for your natural wedding beneath the elegant sculpted peaks of the sail tents. These simple, yet stylish structures allow for natural light to flood in during the day, and the internal space is extremely flexible due to the minimal number of internal poles.
At The Stunning Tents Company, they specialise in the hire of beautiful teepee tents for your wedding. There’s no limit to the number of tents you can link together, so whether you have 50 or 500 guests, they have tents that will work perfectly. They also have a variety of furnishings, accessories and lighting.
Bridging the indoors and the outdoors, their beautiful range of stretch tents give you an infinitely flexible space for your wedding that blends perfectly into any landscape. They have always done their utmost to behave ethically and minimise our impact on the environment.