Even though the weekend may have seen a bit of rain, after the rain there came a rainbow. Which brought lots of smiles and laughter to Bluegate Farm in Capel St. Mary last weekend.
Due to the difficult times and events of 2020, we didn’t quite think we would ever make it and put on the Showcase, however for yet another year running, the annual Tipi and Sailcloth Showcase was a great success.
After having to wait a year until the annual Events Under Canvas Tipi and Sailcloth Showcase, it is only now a few weeks to go until the rescheduled 2020 date. The team here at EUC are extremely excited to see all guests and suppliers over the course of the weekend.
We have reached the end of this blog post series on Top 5 Tips for Planning a Tipi Wedding, and the fifth and final part is all about facilities and finishing touches for an outdoor tipi wedding.
You have set the budget, created the guest-list, chosen the perfect wedding location and photographer, and the final remaining consideration is the finishing touches to make your outdoor tipi wedding, the most memorable and magical day of your life.
Part 4 of the ‘Top 5 Tips for Planning a Tipi Wedding’ blog post series, is all about photography.
This week’s post is slightly different… Events Under Canvas has partnered up with one of our favourite suppliers; Chloe Lee Photography who is an extremely professional and talented photographer, and has collaborated with us on many occasions to provide beautiful photographs and photography for weddings over the years.
Deciding upon the location of your wedding will be an important part of planning your big day.
However, it is even more important to consider when planning a tipi style wedding.
Deciding on the right location for your wedding day means knowing what will create the most idyllic ambience and atmosphere for the bride, groom and all of the guests attending.
Part 2 of this wedding series is all about guest-lists. Even though guest-lists are perceived to be more of a ‘boring’ and ‘dull’ part of your wedding planning, they are still just as important. As much as you would like to get moving onto deciding cake toppings and decorations, numbers and guests come first. In this post, you will find the five best tips when considering your wedding guest-list for your tipi style wedding.
The 1st part in this 5-part series, of ‘Top 5 Tips for Planning a Tipi Wedding’ is all about choosing the best suppliers for your Wedding Day.
Getting married requires a lot of planning, and if you are not able to find the right vendors for different aspects of the wedding, then there is the potential for something to go wrong. Choosing the best suppliers for products and services will ensure your wedding day is one that is remembered, for the right reasons.