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Village Farm Marquees
Village Farm Marquees is co-owned by husband-and-wife team, Tony and Chrysta Newman, based in the beautiful East Yorkshire coastal village of Skipsea.
They bring years of experience and wisdom to their weddings and other events. Chrysta used to lead the recruitment team of a major international bank and her project planning, event organisation and attention to detail is second-to-none.
Meanwhile, Tony learned his trade working for a nationally renowned marquee business which lists royalty and A-list celebrities among its clientele. His career highlights include erecting marquees for Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and the Williams Formula 1 team.
They have an uncompromising approach to quality and have helped to create dream weddings, anniversaries and birthdays for numerous people, including Olympic champion boxer Luke Campbell, whose fairytale celebration featured in Hello magazine.
Village Farm Marquees are absolutely passionate about their business. Whatever a wedding needs, they can help make it happen, from simply providing the marquee or lining the venue, to event planning and helping to source other trusted suppliers to help with everything from styling to catering. Approachable and caring, they will stop at nothing to make sure each wedding is not only memorable, but magical as well.
"Every person and every event is unique and we start by sitting down with couples and really listening to what they tell us, before making it our mission to bring their vision to life", said Tony.
And here is what one of their couples had to say:
Chris and Toni Massey, had a huge, 220-guest celebration on their East Yorkshire family farm:
Toni said: "I was thinking of new things all the time and Chrysta and Tony were so patient, going out of their way to source whatever we had in mind.
"I can't recommend them highly enough. They kept our stress to a minimum and I had absolute confidence that they would just take care of everything on the day."