Originating from Sweden, and inspired by the Sami tribes, our teepee marquees are made from a sustainable nordic pine, and a durable waterproof canvas, which when all erected, can handle extreme weather conditions. Their unique design allows us to lift the sides in the warmer months offering 360 degree views of the gorgeous scenery, or we can leave the sides down during Winter to create a more traditional tipi experience.
Our kata tipis can be linked to provide scope for groups of all sizes. A triple kata will seat 200 guests for dinner with bar and dance floor. Add our kung tipi to this configuration and you have a separate bar & dance floor, creating even more space for up to 300 guests within the katas. The options for design and styling are endless.
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When two kåta’s are linked together, the space underneath allows up to about 120 seated guests, or 150 standing. This option is perfect if you are wanting to have a seated meal, and also a dance floor and band undercover. This configuration is spacious and great for a medium sized wedding or event.
If your guest list is over 150, we strongly recommend three kåta’s linked together. The space you have to work with is majestic, and the styling options are absolutely endless. Dinner seating, dance floor, bar area and often a lounging area can be accommodated in this triple tipi configuration.
Our kung tipi is more of a traditional style. It can be linked to a kata tipi, or stand alone, providing a perfect lounge bar area, or band and dance floor. Only the front part of the kung tipi can be open.
When the medium kung tipi is linked to our large kata, extra space is created for your guests to mingle, whether it be a lounge and bar area, or a fun space for the kids to chill out with bean bags and games.
Our smallest canopy tipi will provide the perfect place for a bar or lounge area at any size event. Also compact enough for the casual backyard barbeque. Popular for birthday parties and baby showers.
With it's cover removed, our largest naked kata provides plenty of space for casual lounge furnishings, a bar & bar tables, or alfresco open air dining.
Smaller than the naked kata, the kung is popular for photo shoots, open days, and looks fabulous furnished with cushions, rugs and casual furnishings.
Perfect as a ceremony arch. Wrap with fairy lights and it makes a beautiful area for our couples to have their first dance beneath. 5m bamboo poles.