You can control many things in your wedding, but the weather will never be one of them. It’s important to factor in whether you will need to rent a wedding tent early on in the planning process. When you’re looking at venues, you’ll want to factor the pricing of the tent into any venue that doesn't have indoor options. Essentially, if you’re considering outdoor venues and there is more than a remote chance of inclement weather on your wedding date, renting a tent should be lumped into the “book your venue” task on your to-do list. Tents can sometimes be expensive depending on a number of factors, so you’ll want to factor it into the budget before you fall in love with your dream venue.
If you’re early in your planning process, you may not have exact numbers yet, and you may not have determined what style of party you plan on hosting. However, you’ll want a rough estimate at this point to get a price quote.
As a general rule, you’ll want to choose the squarest tent your site will allow. A squarer tent will have a taller ceiling, which in addition to looking better will also keep the tent cooler. Also, it’s much easier to make sure that all of your guests feel included when you’re seated in a squarer shaped tent.
There are several styles of tents available for rent—but the most popular are frame tents and pole tents. There are three main considerations to take into account when it comes to which type of tent you rent—space logistics, aesthetics, and (of course) budget.
If you have a pretty good idea of the size and type of tent that you want, before getting a price quote it’s important to think about all of the extras that you might need or want. These extras can cause your price quote to vary greatly.
Clear top tents are a very popular alternative to white tents and generally don’t cost much more. However, keep in mind that if any portion of your event is taking place during the daytime, the sun can turn your clear top tent into a giant, sweaty greenhouse.Link: http://http://www.chinamytent.com/content/?356.html