Historic Lincolnshire estate to host outdoor tipi weddings

Historic Lincolnshire estate to host outdoor tipi weddings

Revesby Estate ties the knot with The Tipi Tribe by securing licence to host weddings in historic surroundings.

Revesby Estate has been granted a wedding licence, meaning that ceremonies and receptions can now be held within the grounds.

The estate has also entered into a partnership with The Tipi Tribe to provide a complete package deal for couples who wish to get married there.

Peter Wiggins-Davies, CEO of Revesby Estate, said:

“We’re so thrilled to have received our wedding licence and we can’t wait to begin our partnership with The Tipi Tribe. Our stunning grounds will make the perfect backdrop for these events.”

“We’d like to welcome any couples who are interested in holding their special day with us to attend one of our open days. You’ll have the chance to meet the wonderful suppliers and staff, as well as ask any questions.”

The full wedding package costs £6,999 for weddings booked in either 2023 or 2024. This includes three luxurious tipi tents, a stretch marquee, a fully stocked and staffed bar and many decorations. To find out everything that is included, please visit www.thetipitribe.co.uk for further details.

In collaboration with The Tipi Tribe, the estate will be hosting two open days – on Saturday 14th May and Sunday 2nd July from 11-1pm. This will provide couples with the opportunity to explore the venue, see the tipis and meet suppliers.

Owners Jon Oaten, Andy Hutton and Graham Pearson founded The Tipi Tribe when they were trying to start an outdoor events company. A couple asked them if they could supply a tipi for their wedding, and The Tipi Tribe was officially born.

The company has since expanded their infrastructure and built a team of nine staff to cater for more Lincolnshire-based weddings.

Jon Oaten, Owner of The Tipi Tribe, said:

“We are excited to be hosting tipi weddings at the beautiful Revesby Estate, making a completely bespoke outdoor celebration in this rural location.”

“We will be including three beautiful tipis – with the option to add more if required and a stretch marquee as a stunning, practical ceremony space. Couples can get married either there, outside the tipis or in the beautiful Rose Arboretum.”

“This fantastic venue allows couples to have the benefit of a one-stop site, where guests can park up, witness the ceremony and begin the party without having to leave to go to another venue.”

The Rose Arboretum was designed and created by James Banks Stanhope in 1868. Ahead of its time, the garden had a water supply laid underground from Revesby Reservoir to feed the different varieties of roses. All of the roses planted in 2019-2020 are of the same varieties as the original plants.

The adjacent Kangaroo Park – so called for having been home to kangaroos imported from Australia – is where the tipis will be situated for weddings and is the site of the previous Revesby Abbey House, where botanist Sir Joseph Banks lived when visiting his estate.

While there are no kangaroos here today, deer were introduced in 1917 and the descendents of these deer remain in the park today – and may even feature in the background to the wedding events.

For more information, please contact reception@revesbyestate.co.uk or visit www.revesbyestate.co.uk.

Images taken by Steven Haddock- www.stevenhaddock.co.uk

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