Pergola for Weddings - Protection from Sun, Rain, and Wind for Your Outdoor Wedding

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When planning an outdoor wedding, it is crucial to choose the right wedding tent as a pergola. The pergola offered by STROHBOID gazebo not only provides protection from the sun, rain, and wind but also adds aesthetic touches to the venue. 

If you are considering renting a wedding tent, you should take into account the advantages of a pergola that combines practical and aesthetic aspects.

What is a pergola, anyway?

A pergola is a traditional garden structure that is typically made of wood, metal, or plastic and serves as a frame for climbing plants. It is often used as a decorative element in gardens or as an architectural feature that creates outdoor living areas. Pergolas can be attached to buildings or stand independently and often provide a shaded area where you can relax. 

They are not always completely covered but have a lattice or beam roof that allows light and air to penetrate. In modern applications, pergolas are also used for events such as weddings or as a canopy for terraces and outdoor spaces. There are different variations available, offering various amenities, including a heated wedding tent

Why should you rent a pergola for your wedding?

A pergola for an outdoor wedding offers numerous advantages. Firstly, it creates a festive setting and serves as a visual centerpiece that especially shines during decoration and photo shoots.

Secondly, it provides protection against weather elements such as sun and rain, and can even be equipped with side elements for additional wind protection, depending on the design. Thirdly, the open structure of a pergola allows for the infiltration of light and air, creating a pleasant atmosphere.

In this way, a pergola combines aesthetic and practical aspects, making it an ideal addition to any outdoor wedding celebration.

Different Types of Pergolas

There are various types of pergolas that differ in terms of material, size, and function. Whether made of metal, wood, or modern plastic materials, the options are abundant. It is certainly worth considering which type of pergola, tent, or gazebo best fits the theme or style of your wedding celebration.

Considerations for your wedding location: space, electricity, and decoration

Before renting or buying a pergola, it is important to ensure that you have enough space. Also, consider the power supply for lighting and music, as well as appropriate decoration options.

In addition, don't forget about proper anchoring in the ground! To ensure that you are well-prepared for all possible situations during your planning process, we have created 7 tips for renting a wedding tent.


Choosing the right pergola: Why STROHBOID is the ideal choice

If you are looking for a pergola that is functional, sustainable, high-quality, and aesthetically pleasing, you must definitely consider STROHBOID. Our pergola for rent offers numerous advantages – both visually and practically.

Here are the advantages of STROHBOID pergolas:

  • Seats for 50 to 250 people
  • Provides a highly sophisticated atmosphere
  • Can be locked
  • Offers sun protection
  • Can be heated
  • Can be air-conditioned
  • Provides wind protection
  • Waterproof
  • Snow load capacity up to 4746 lb.ft2.
  • Made from locally sourced beech wood
  • Manufactured in Austria

The option to rent a STROHBOID pergola ensures a perfect blend of open space and sheltered area for your wedding. It adapts to various wedding themes and is an excellent choice for those who wish to celebrate their special day outdoors.

Frequently Asked Questions about Pergolas for Weddings

1 Is a pergola weatherproof enough for a wedding ceremony?

Indeed, a high-quality pergola from manufacturers like STROHBOID provides ample protection against different weather conditions like sun, rain, and wind.

2 Can a pergola be decorated?

3 Is a building permit required for the installation of a pergola?

4 How long does it take to assemble a pergola?

5 Are pergolas suitable for smaller wedding celebrations as well?

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Fritz Walter

DIPL.-ING. Fritz Walter

Gründer, CTO