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Martha Stewart Weddings - - THE PLANNER -

POLE (AKA TEN­SION) TENTS

are the least ex­pen­sive and are prob­a­bly what you pic­ture as a wed­ding tent. The in­te­rior poles cre­ate sweep­ing peaks and a down­ward-slop­ing ceil­ing, mak­ing for an airy, stylish look.

STRUC­TURE TENTS

are the most ex­pen­sive, and of­ten look more like tem­po­rary build­ings, thanks to the walls and sturdy frame­work. The heavy alu­minum body can sup­port elab­o­rate dé­cor, while the gen­er­ous open space makes them ideal for long, ex­tended ta­bles.

FRAME TENTS

are con­structed sim­i­larly to struc­tures, but are mod­u­lar and more cus­tom­iz­a­ble in size and shape than the other two styles. They can be an­chored rather than staked into the ground, mak­ing them great for set­ting up on pave­ment or con­crete, or in tight spa­ces.

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