Your tipi wedding journey starts here. Browse some of the wedding packages that we know work well and see how many tipis you might need for your wedding. You'll find Collections of all sizes, all seasons and all budgets.
Since the summer of 2020, intimate weddings for 30 people have become very popular and a single tipi is the ideal space for them. As always, any number of the tipi's sides can be lowered or lifted to adapt to the weather forecast. So, if the weather was set fair then we can build the tipi with lots of sides up allowing plenty of airflow. However, if it looked cold or windy then we would build them closed down so that the party is kept cosy.
Two tipis work really well for weddings of between 40-70 guests. One tipi will host the wedding breakfast and the other doubling up as a daytime reception area and an evening party space. The all important bar is then situated between the two tipis.
By joining one of our smaller Cirrus tipis to a pair of Stratus tipis the Urchfont collection offers enough space for 72 dining guests on trestle tables whilst still keeping enough space aside for a cosy bar area and an entire tipi dedicated to dancing.
The Sapperton is the most popular tipi wedding collection. It covers the average number of wedding guests (100-120) and provides a space that feels wide open in the daytime, but cosy and atmospheric in the evening.
The Ashley collection uses three tipis in a triangle formation, creating a compact and cosy space for a wedding reception. With 15 tables of 8 it can dine 120 guests whilst also providing good space for a bar area and/or space for an indoor drinks reception.
This collection will keep a large wedding warm and dry without relying on an outdoor drinks reception, or clearing away tables to make way for dancing in the evening. It's a comprehensive wedding Collection, whatever the weather.
The Burford collection is fantastic for summer weddings hosting 130-180 dining guests, with plenty of space for table plan flexibility and a dance floor and bar area that doesn't encroach on the dining area.
This is one of our favourite tipi formations. It covers a large number of guests and its horseshoe shape means that the wedding can have a central outdoor area surrounded by the tipis. The indoor/outdoor nature of this is very unique and means that you don't need a stunning venue or setting - they wrap around the wedding and become part of the landscape.