wedding tents available these days are a beautiful alternative to
the traditional carton style wedding tents. Present day wedding
tents offer the best value because they are sturdy, lasting, watertight,
wind- defiant, artistic & beautiful, easy to set up, and affordable.
Peaked, pole or with clear top, the right kind of wedding tent can
alter an unembellished, small or otherwise complicated location
into an remarkable event. There are plenty of options to choose
from depending on the budget, style and the size of a wedding. Wedding
tents are mainly divided into the following sort:
Push pole wedding tent is the most familiar and least expensive
type of traditional wedding tent available. Its ceiling incline
delicately downward from a line of tall center poles to a assortment
of shorter set of poles.
Frame wedding tents, popularly known as free-standing wedding tents
are customarily supported by an aluminum or steel frame, which is
self-supporting. Because the tent has no internal poles, the area
under the tent is unhampered which gives complete freedom to set
up tables, chairs, and dance floor anywhere under the tent.
This type of tent has high center poles, a perpendicularly inclined
ceiling, and a more open feeling inside.
A dome shaped wedding tent comes with unique features like its interior
can be divided into rooms. These tents have more volume than a flat-sided
tent and hence are more spacious. The dome shape of these wedding
tents makes them more heat efficient as less fuel is needed to heat
it plus the heat circulates more evenly.
A high quality wedding tent not only adorns an aesthetically pleasing
appearance but also protects the host and the guests from unexpected
bad weather. These tents are fabricated of a super strong, tear-proof,
woven rip stop material, which does not spoil or decay. The covering
efficiently keep out rain, dampness, wind, cold, and leaves and
should always consider wedding tent with the following features:
Strong structure and leak
The tent should be ready for
winters (it should not require a fly or liner for winter use).
The design should be such
that the build up moisture should be driven out and does not condense
inside the tent.
Wind, fire and water resistance.
The doors should be evenly
spaced around the dome for good cross ventilation and light.
It should be easy to set up