Props & Accessories

Welcome to our prop cupboard… feel free to have a good rummage through our collection of props and accessories, available to hire for weddings and events, throughout the seasons.

WHAT DOES OUR RANGE INCLUDE?

A handmade solid wooden tipi that works as a simple and elegant ceremony structure, looks great as the focal point at the end of an aisle and is best suited to outdoor ceremonies at a festival, barn or farm wedding. Looks beautiful dressed up with flowers and drapes, or simply naked! The rest of our collection is a mix of relaxed furniture and soft furnishings. Some vintage, some new. All beautiful, and ideal to style any venue.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Hire period is typically 72 hours. If you are collecting and dropping back to our HQ in Stroud there isn’t a minimum spend. If you would like us to deliver and to collect from your venue, we have a minimum hire of £100 plus mileage.

WHAT IF I’M NOT GLAMPING WITH YOU, CAN I STILL HIRE?

Absolutely you can! The collection of props and accessories are available to hire throughout the year, even when the tents are tucked up for winter, having a well earned rest. Prop and accessory hire is available to anyone. If you haven’t booked glamping with us and would like to know more, please take a look at our weddings page.

NAKED TIPI:

Handmade wooden tipi ceremony structure, with drapes and installation. £80 (Excludes flowers)

PEACOCK CHAIR:

Relaxed seating, 2 x peacock chair (mr & mrs) £20 each.

CRATES:

Wooden apple crates £7.50 each (8 available).

BLANKETS:

British made recycled 100% wool blankets made from all the excess material and yarn left over from the production of other blankets, creating an eco-friendly British made throw, each being totally unique, yet working together perfectly. £5 each (20 available) pictured below.

Vintage wool blanket: £5 each (20 available)

SOFT FURNISHINGS:

Moroccan Pouffe £20 each (2 available)

Large Aztec floor cushion: £20 (1 available)

Small cushions (range of prints and colours available) £5 (20 available)

All photography by Kaisa Killiszek