The Marquees Planning to celebrate your wedding in a local field or even your back garden? Do you have any idea of the thoroughly complicated logistics of erecting a marquee in a rural area, or the space required to accommodate and cater for the number of guests you have in mind? South West Marquees do, and you will quickly come to the realisation that their advice alone is absolutely invaluable. Traditional Marquees Traditional-style marquees are one of this company's most popular structure types. Instantly recognisable from their supportive poles and conical-shaped roofs, they tend to look more visually pleasing than some modern marquees. All South West Marquees' traditional structures come fitted with either canvas or PVC, both waterproof and highly durable material. Have a look at their Traditional Marquee prices, here. Frame Marquees South West Marquees are able to provide frame marquees of all shapes, sizes and prices, from a smaller 6m x 9m marquee able to seat 50 and priced at £310, to the largest 15m x 36m marquee, able to seat 450 and costing £1780. Take a look at the 2014 price list for Frame Marquees here to find out more. These are much more flexible and versatile than traditional marquees, and South West Marquees have regularly set them up in all sorts of environments, from slopes, split-level gardens and even over water-features and ponds! Framed marquees are modular structures, not requiring supportive poles like the traditional examples, and therefore have more free circulation space within. Other marquee types available include entrance tents and pagodas or chinese hats.