New Year's Eve Winter Wonderland Marquee

Carl & Caitlin

2020 February 24

LED dancefloor with purple uplighting illuminate the marquee walls and roof. A traditional wedding top table separates the dining area and dance area

The brief was to turn an industrial building into the perfect venue to host a New Years Eve wedding and evening celebrations.

This marquee had everything to transform the space into a magical venue. Guests started by walking through the unique Narnia inspired trail and themed decor. A fairy light canopy and Christmas trees on either side acted as a guide towards the wardrobe that awaited at the end.

Once through the curtain, guests were greeted by the blackout LED star backdrop to emulate the night's sky. This was a small outdoor area for guests to greet each other before moving through to the intimate ceremony room.

aisles of lime washed chivari chairs line the ceremony marquee. Traditional ivory linings and a backdrop of fairy lights complete the setting
Wedding top table with place settings of gold cutlery, white and gold china plates and green napkins. Gold cheltenham chairs and white table linen complete the display.
five layers of varying cheese wheels make up this rustic wedding cheese cake. Sat on a rustic wooden log base with homemade chutneys and grapes
Rustic wooden beam with drop lighting and edison style led bulbs surrounded by fairy lights and floral arrangements suspended from the roof of the marquee.

Once the vows had been said and rings exchanged, it was then time to move through the curtain and into the dining area. Long rows of tables lead up to the head table towards the middle of the marquee. Traditional ivory linings hang from the roofs and along the walls with more fairy lights and rustic oak beams, providing a focal point down the marquee centre.

The mood changed toward the end of the marquee where we wanted to make a statement area for dancing into the early hours of the New Year. A white LED dance floor and Custom LED uplighters changed the feel from a more traditional dining experience, to a place where you could let your hair down.

Dining area of the wedding marquee with long rows of banqueting tables and Cheltenham chairs.