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17 Beautiful Wedding Tent Ideas

17 Beautiful Wedding Tent Ideas


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Photo by Gianny Campos

At this Miami wedding, Spanish moss and greenery were draped from the top of a clear structure tent to mimic the venue's surrounding gardens.

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Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography

Why stop with the inside of the tent? Pro planner Tara GuГ©rard decorated the outside of this dreamy tent with pillar candles.

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Photo by Gayle Brooker

Every tent should have a proper entrance. Charleston-based Kristin Newman created a statement arch for this tented affair at Montage Palmetto Bluff.

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Photo by Elizabeth Messina

If you and your groom are party animals, this is the tent for you. The string lights up above basically insist on one serious dance sesh!

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Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography

Hanging drapes and greenery-covered chandeliers add warmth to an otherwise sleek structure tent.

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Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography

If you're pitching a classic sailcloth tent, play up the ceiling's beauty with unique lanterns, like these Moroccan-inspired ones.

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Photo by Patricia Lyons Photography

Greenery garlands and circle light fixtures add symmetry (and warmth!) to this sailcloth beauty.

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Photo by Katie Shuler

If your wedding location is known for beautiful weather, consider this tenting option! Here, a structure was installed but not completely covered. The alternative breezy drapes are perfect because they enclose the space just enough to feel intimate but also allow guests to see the sure-to-gorgeous setting outside.

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Photo by Julia Robbs for Our Labor of Love

These mega lanterns (seriously they're the size of the windows behind!) make a major statement in the center of the tent. Plus, how fun is this seating arrangement?

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Photo by KT Merry

This white tent, surrounded by candles in white paper bags, blends perfectly into its beach setting. We love the flags up top-and the clear sides, which prevent guests from being splashed by crashing waves nearby.

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Photo by Ashley Sawtelle

At this Aspen wedding, the couple concentrated on the bottom of the tent, setting up wood flooring and covering tabletops with pretty blue linens and glassware. It's a refreshing take on tent decor because it lets the beauty of the simple, sailcloth tent shine.

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Photo by Le Fete Weddings

This one is serious tent #goals. We love how the lighting shines through the overhead drapes!

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Photo by Gayle Brooker

Don't be afraid to bring the outdoors inside. This seating set up-featuring boxwoods, patio furniture, and an actual fountain-makes guests feel like they're lounging in a (very chic) garden.

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Photo by One Love Photography

Greenery, beige linens, and bistro lights up above make for one cozy tent.

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Photo by Merari Photography

Again, string lights rule. This tent is proof that a simple idea can go a very long way!

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Photo by Helios Images

We love how the bistro lights inside this tent flow in the opposite direction of the tabletops-an unexpected twist on the simple setup.

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Photo by Chrissy Irvin

This tent combines three of the previously mentioned ideas-drapery, statement hanging installations, and lanterns. The mix has potential to overwhelm but this tent's small scale and simple color palette make it work, perfectly.



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