Hay Bale Seating at an Outdoor Wedding

 

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Hay Bales seating has become a wedding trend with Hay Bales forming ceremony, reception and social seating.  Hay Bales fit perfectly into the outdoor wedding setting as they are a product of nature and are rustic in appearance. The bales can be left ‘naked’ or beautifully dressed with bale covers to fit any individual wedding theme.

Hay bale seating

It is advisable to put Hay Bales down the day before the big day, perhaps covering them overnight with tarpaulins just in case there is a light shower during the evening. On the whole it will take a hay bale approximately two weeks to deteriorate through rain and bad weather so one night outside really won’t cause any problems.

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Hay Bales can be bought or hired.  If hired they will generally be collected or returned the following day to ensure they are kept dry.  If the bales are purchased the bride, groom and wedding guests can always make the bales into vegetable planters as a reminder of a special wedding.

Hay bale sofa set for afternoon tea

If you would like more information or would just like to talk hay bales contact Steve and his friendly team, who are knowledgeable and helpful and always full of ideas. https://www.partybales.com/

Earlier this week we explored the possibility of how to have your own outdoor wedding ceremony. With such a blank canvas of a field, decoration really is down to your own personal choice. Our friends at Party Bales have shared some great ideas of how hay bales can be a great natural feature to your wedding celebration. Over to Steve Frost owner of  Party Bales;

Hay Bales seating has become a wedding trend with Hay Bales forming ceremony, reception and social seating.  Hay Bales fit perfectly into the outdoor wedding setting as they are a product of nature and are rustic in appearance. The bales can be left ‘naked’ or beautifully dressed with bale covers to fit any individual wedding theme.

Hay bale seating

It is advisable to put Hay Bales down the day before the big day, perhaps covering them overnight with tarpaulins just in case there is a light shower during the evening. On the whole it will take a hay bale approximately two weeks to deteriorate through rain and bad weather so one night outside really won’t cause any problems.

hay bale outdoor table

Hay Bales can be bought or hired.  If hired they will generally be collected or returned the following day to ensure they are kept dry.  If the bales are purchased the bride, groom and wedding guests can always make the bales into vegetable planters as a reminder of a special wedding.

Hay bale sofa set for afternoon tea

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If you would like more information or would just like to talk hay bales contact Steve and his friendly team, who are knowledgeable and helpful and always full of ideas. https://www.partybales.com/

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