The Victorian Style tent offers the same benefits of the party tent with an added elegance. Often referred to as a Century tent or a High Peak Pole tent, the Victorian tents have exaggerated peaks giving them a grander appearance from both the interior and the exterior. The high ceilings and peaks are a great backdrop to create a majestic space for your event!
We stock sizes ranging from 20′ x 20′ to 120′ x 700′ in the Victorian style. These tents can be installed on grass or staked into the pavement. If staking is not permitted we can use concrete blocks or weights to secure the guy ropes as well. The Victorian tent is used for a wide range of events including weddings, corporate events, galas, auctions, fundraisers, church festivals, and commencements.
The Victorian tent has a very clean, seamless interior. It it is supported by large center poles, side poles, and guy ropes. Unlike the frame tent with an aluminum pipe interior, the Victorian tent is an empty canvas. Many clients will project images or monograms on the fabric of the tent, or use other lighting such as paper lanterns or string lights to enhance the sleek style of the tent.
There is no limit to the accessories, enhancements and decorations that can be added to the Victorian tent to create a space unique to your event and style. We have white sheer leg drapery that can be installed on the center or side poles. Some of our clients use greenery, ribbon, fabric, lights or other accessories to enhance the poles, while others choose to leave them as is and let them blend into the rest of the decor. In our years of experience we have seen some very impressive transformations to our tents. You can check out more photos on our Facebook Page or on our Website!
The Party tent has the ability to essentially become an outside room with the addition of sidewall. It is a pole style tent which means it has center and side poles for support like a basic canopy tent; however we have larger party tents available for rental. The party tent also must be staked into the ground and requires additional space to be secured.
Having the ability to add sides to a party tent substantially increases the functions of the space. You may choose to enclose the tent on all sides and heat the interior or perhaps just shelter your guests from rain, wind or other elements. The New England weather tests us with not only heavy rains, but snow storms, hurricanes, high winds, even tornadoes!
The tent does not feel enclosed with clear or window sidewalls as an option. Solid white sidewall can be great as well to serve as a backdrop, block the view of the street/neighboring property and it saves money. The clear is great to still feel connected to the outside space or perhaps to expose a beautiful view. The cathedral window wall has the perks of both the clear and the solid wall, while also adding a charming character to the tent!