1. For Small Events
Meet the frame tent – your best friend when it comes to small, relaxed get-togethers.
Whether it’s a Sunday barbecue with friends, a birthday party in your backyard, or maybe a community day event – the frame tent is an amazing option.
Constructed into virtually any length and using no interior poles, the frame tent offers the “open concept look”, while at the same time protecting everyone from harsh weather. You can also get creative and join multiple frame tents together for an unusual event layout.
Pretty great, right?
2. For the Big Day
When it comes to weddings, every little detail counts. There are quite a few tents to choose from for the big day, but it’s important that the tent blends in with both the wedding theme and decoration style.
If your wedding is held on a grass landscape – a pole tent may be ideal for you. The overall shape of the tent has graceful curves, dips, and high peaks. Pole tents have at least one pole in the center that you can decorate if you’d like. Plus, it’s one of the most cost-effective tent alternatives out there.
But if poles are a deal-breaker for you, think about using a clear span tent.
Ideal for lavish events and weddings, it creates a wide, open area for your party. There is room for everything: the guests, dance floor, rentals, DJ and even a stage! Being robust yet luxurious, the clear span tent is also the safest event tent.
Another great alternative for your wedding is the sailcloth tent. The fabric allows light to go through the cloth and shine into the event. Considered the most romantic of tents, it’s available in both pole tents and frame tents.
3. For Festivals and All Things Corporate
In the corporate world, tents are perfect for everything: from conferences and team buildings to meetings, exhibitions and seminars. For festivals, tents can be used for housing food vendors, providing shaded areas and shelter from bad weather.
In most cases different tent alternatives apply to the same type of event, so choosing between tenting options might get a bit overwhelming. When evaluating options, you should consider:
- The size of the event.
- The exact use of the tent.
- Sidewalls (if you need them).
- Flooring, lighting, draping, and HVAC.
- The time you have for setup/dismantle?