Feature: Beach Wedding at Sandy Hook, NJ

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Sperry Tents Innovates with Handcrafted Arched Marquee


Our new arched marquee is an artistic combination of wooden supports and ivory sailcloth – just like our tents! It is freestanding (requires little to no staking), making it the perfect covering for patios, terraces, and asphalt.

The Sperry Arch creates a truly magnificent walkway between tents or can act as a miniature tent all by itself. We recommend it as a unique covering for bars and buffets or, as seen here, it also makes for a spectacular tent entrance.

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Throwback to a 2013 Princeton University Tented Wedding


This was a 2013 wedding reception by Sperry Tents New Jersey at Princeton University, and we just can’t let it go. Amazing lighting effects by Synergetic Sound + Lighting and images by Suzanne Sutcliffe Photography!

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Rustic Chic July Wedding at Wells Reserve in Wells, Maine

Rustic Chic July Wedding at Wells Reserve in Wells, Maine | Sperry Tents | emilie inc. photography

The wedding of William and Justin ranks as one of our favorites of 2014. It’s hard to match the unspoiled beauty of Wells Reserve at Laudholm in Wells, Maine. The outdoor ceremony was touching – Justin’s mom, a minister, married the couple – and the barn reception embodied rustic chic with a long, beautifully decorated dining table where dinner was served family style. But don’t forget the blue star cocktail tent, a signature Sperry design and a whimsical addition to the day.

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Sperry Tents Featured in Martha Stewart’s Spring Real Weddings Issue


Oh, happy day is right! We are thrilled to see Olivia and Tyler’s Newport wedding in the new spring edition of Martha Stewart Real Weddings. The Sperry Tented reception was a true New England classic, complete with a coastal estate setting (the bride’s family home) and nautical nuances.

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