What You Need to Know When Planning a Tented Wedding
To guarantee a seamless tented wedding from ceremony to reception, we’ve consulted industry experts who know a thing or two about hosting a covered bash outdoors. Make sure you consider these tips before pitching a wedding tent of your own.
LAURA + ALEX'S FORT ERIE LAKE HOUSE WEDDING // KATIE BENFEY PHOTOGRAPHY — Vineyard Bride // Southern Ontario's Wedding Resource
“The evening was celebrated on the front lawn under a tent for 200. Lights twinkled in a canopy entwined with greenery and guests flooded the space to create the coziest atmosphere. A mix of round and harvest tables helped keep the evening casual and family style, while the linens, florals and candlelight reminded us this wasn’t just any summer night. Laura read poems to Alex. Alex sang songs to Laura. The whole room laughed and ate and drank wine and lived in the joy of the moment.”
Camping is a blast!! – friends, family, yummy camping food and fun camping games. The one thing I don’t love? Sleeping in a tent. When bedtime comes, I can barely sleep because I’m so uncomfortable. So, I’ve been looking for ways to make our camping trips a little more comfy, and I’ve definitely found some great ideas with these tent hacks and camping gear!!