Our stunning wedding teepee venue provides a unique setting for your perfect day
Nestled in a once forgotten corner of the South Nottinghamshire Wolds lies the hidden wedding teepee venue known as Overgrown Acres.
Our stunning wedding teepee venue provides a unique setting for your perfect day.
An unexpected and unique Wedding Teepee venue
Our Wedding Teepees have the wow factor! They are welcoming, warm and comfortable, with premium seating options. In addition, the panoramic window protects against the occasional summer downpour.
Sometimes our brides tell us “everyone thinks we are getting married in a tent!” But the truth couldn’t be more different … for your family and friends will be in awe of our beautifully decorated, rustic Wedding teepees, nestled in the heart of the Nottinghamshire countryside.
Suggested Layout of a Wedding Teepee
Our three Wedding Teepees are versatile in their layout; we normally use the front two Teepees for seating but anything is possible. We recommend using the back Teepee as a dance space; this means guests can mingle either at their tables or on our outdoor sofas, and take to the dance floor when they hear their favourite tune! The back Teepee can also double up as a wet weather alternative for a wedding ceremony.
The tables can be laid out in a variety of ways, although most couples opt for a rectangular top table and two rows of circular tables (as seen in the images below.) An alternative is also shown for the smaller intimate parties; for our COVID weddings with only 30 persons permitted we created a beautiful setting in just one teepee. The setting worked seamlessly. Let us help you to design your individual layout. Our Teepees have detachable panoramic windows, removed in good weather but used for summer downpours. The shaded area to the front of the Teepees highlights the additional space and watertight protection it provides; most importantly, it keeps you dry and warm, without blocking the views!
“Inside the Tipi was amazing with the tables set out, plenty of room to walk around, the rafters adorned with flowers!”
– Jill Horton