Useful Info

Planning any successful event needs a lot of information gathering for our customers, we have provided some links and other information below which we hope you will find helpful, you might also find our FAQ page helpful.

How to plan your Marquee wedding

Our blog post about how to plan your marquee wedding provides a process and a lot of useful tips, especially how to start!

Why Choose a Posh Frocks and Wellies marquee

This post explains why we think our traditional canvas pole marquees are the best for your event

Helpful ideas for floral decorations in your marquee

Why not have a look at our blog for floral inspiration?

How do you get electricity into the marquee?

Searching for a venue to host your marquee event? Make sure you ask if they provide electricity! A great venue will provide power, this save lots of money and is very convenient for you and your suppliers. If they don’t provide electricity and you are in the middle of a field – you will need to hire a portable silent diesel generator to get the power to your event. You will need to consider all the possible power needs for your event, these include: Posh Frocks and Wellies’ fairy lights and uplighters; your caterer’s cooking appliances; the band or DJ’s audio / lighting; luxury toilets; and any extras such as Showers, Photobooth, Bucking bronco etc.

Please click here for Posh Frocks and Wellies’ electrical power guidance and needs. This will ensure you get the correctly sized generator for your event.

Check with your generator company if they have 24 hour support and if they provide all the electrical bits (leads, distribution boards etc), Posh Frocks and Wellies can provide all of these, please ask for availability. Also request from the supplier a written guide on how to operate the generator and a practical demonstration on delivery.

We can recommend generator companies on request

Posh Frocks and Wellies Terms and Conditions

Please click here to view our Ts and Cs

Site Hazard Form

We ask that all clients and venues complete a site hazard form before use, this allows us to control any risks from services such as electricity, gas, water, drains etc

Privacy Policy

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By Sarah Powell-Barker