Scoopy is a popular wedding marquee for couples that are looking to dip their toes in the traditional vibe but still are usually looking to put their own stamp on the blank canvas with fabulous floral creations or bundles of bunting!
We were so thrilled to be involved with the wedding of Kirsty and Will in Henley on Thames, founders of The Macrame Jungle. Notice how they tie in the natural canvas material with a backdrop of beautiful plants.
This couple is mad for macrame and they are now turning their wedding planning hobby into a side hustle.
It takes only three people to set up a Scoopy Do, but it take a good full day of work to set it up!
We also provide smaller canvas marquees and shade spaces as additional structures to lots of weddings. 2 of them match the style of Scoopy completely and are made by the same manufacturer, one of them is a 6 x 6m medieval tent, which still looks amazing in white canvas just a slightly different style.
New for 2020 are our Shade Seekers. These are available in a combination of colours, they can be made bespoke for you to hire or to buy with enough notice. Manufactured in Devon during lockdown!
The Shade Seekers are available in a range of different sizes starting from as small as 3x3m and our smaller canvas marquees are available in the following sizes; 3x3m 6x4m and 6x6m.
We also keep a stock of white PVC catering tents in 4x4m and5x5m.
These smaller marquees are perfect for;
That’s the end of the professional photos for Scoopy, but we do have a few personal pictures from this amazing coastal wedding in South Devon. We provided a 3 pole version of Scoopy plus 2 catering tents to the rear and a 3x3 canvas tent on the beach which served as a changing room for a wedding swim!
The panoramic window walls on this marquee mean you can still make the best of a fantastic view but without being exposed to strong coastal winds as no one needs that on their wedding day.
We think the design of scoopy is pretty beautiful in itself, the scallops round the edge give it an elegant twist compared to traditional pole marquees. We also always include the beautiful wooden finials and natural material ropes. We do also use white ratchets if the forecast isn’t favourable.
It’s popular to stay on the natural theme that ties in nicely with our wooden king poles and side poles. So a naked wooden table and chair combo is a popular choice with plenty of table floristry.
Florists will often take the opportunity to wrap the king poles in flowers and couples have previously built fantastic flower garland bunting and we’ve even helped to rig foliage chandeliers in the roof.