At Morton’s Event Hire, we are all about offering you a blank canvas that you can adapt to suit the theme and vibe of your wedding, with your own personal touches. With that being said, we are always asked how best to decorate the marquees, if we can recommend any suppliers, or what you should avoid. It’s easy for us to give advice on what we think, but sometimes it’s hard to visualize what can be done to make the marquees look showstopping. For this blog, we wanted to be able to show you a great example of a wedding that took the marquee from blank to beautiful with their eye for detail. Enjoy.
In the local village of Hoveton, Hoveton Hall is located in an idellic estate with 120 acres of gardens and 450 acres arable land. At the heart, is the hall, the place in which this beautiful wedding took place. Surrounded by an oasis of colour and calm, it’s the perfect venue for an outdoor wedding.
The Set Up:
The bride and groom had a set up of 4 of our hexagonal, interconnecting, marquee pods which can all be joined together to create a bespoke, open plan venue. 4 pods can accommodate for up to 150 seated guests and the layout possibilities are endless! The happy couple decided on clear sides to create a stunning view for the wedding breakfast. Also included at this wedding was a catering tent for food and a 2+1 luxury toilet unit, which is suitable for up to 200 people!
To tie in with the Spring season, this wedding was an array of pastel colours and wild flower accents. Triangle bunting was hung elegantly throughout the marquee to add further pops of colour and went together nicely with the sweeped lining that we provided. The table set up was stunning with vased flowers dotted along the long rectangular tables for guests to enjoy whilst the wedding breakfast took place. The finishing touches came from fairy lights wrapped around the inside poles and firepits outside to keep the party going well into the late hours!