The best wedding layout for 120 guests EVER! This wedding was for someone in the Pacific Party Canopies family, so we were here to see how the floor plan worked. And boy, did it!
The banquet tables made it painless to get from one end of the tent to the other and through the tent to the buffet located near the “north” edge (according to the diagram) of the tent — much easier than weaving through round tables. Everyone had plenty of people around them to talk with, too.
We’ll have photos for you of this event in a few weeks courtesy of KP Studios. In the meantime, check out more CAD floor plans or wedding galleries.
Island Hospital Foundation’s Gala of Hope raised $190,000 with a dinner and auction.
A floating liner transformed the Port of Anacortes’ Transit Shed into a luxury lounge circa 1920.
› See Island Hospital Fundraiser gallery
Learn more about this versatile decor option for high-ceiling spaces, including barns, gymnasiums and garages, at our floating liner rental page.
Anacortes Rotary Club’s fundraiser drew more than 200 people for a dinner, auction and aerialist performance in an airplane hangar.
› See Cirque du Vin Fundraiser gallery
Calliope Circus Arts of Bellingham performed a portion of their act under a 40′ x 60′ floating liner.
Check out photos from PeaceHealth foundation’s elegant gala in Bellingham earlier this year. The event raised $250,000 to support medical services and facility upgrades.
› See Gala Fundraiser gallery
The event for more than 400 guests was held in a 60′ x 150′ pole-style tent with halo lights on the center poles.
If you’re a visual person, you’ll love this service. We can show you 2-D and 3-D diagrams to help you come up with the perfect layout, and we can even design a plan just for your event at no charge.
You can find a few wedding with 75 guests in Bellingham. Our crew set up a 30′ x 60′ Epic canopy with French-window sidewall.
View CAD diagrams and corresponding photos from this wedding. Also see a full photo gallery with pictures by Kayla Lynn Photography.