Pippa Middleton, 33 spared no expense to spoil her wedding to fund manager James Matthews, 41. Met office forecast saysthere’s going to be scattered rain showers on the big day. The scene of the event looks like more of a palace rather than a marquee, which will stand on the Middleton family’s £5million mansion. It’s going to be an unpredictable day that a call from Marquee hire in Sydney could have been useful.

Pippa is Kate Middleton’s younger sister, who was her maid of honour in her 2011 wedding to Prince William. The couple now have two children named Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The giant marquee, covered in glass panels, stands around 40ftx120ft, and can accommodate an expected 350 guests.  Pippa’s parents Michael and Carole organized the reception for the soon-to-be couple. They are professional party planners managing a family-run business Party Pieces. It may take some time for a Marquee hire in Sydney to handle the jobas they are faraway.

Ceremony of the wedding will be held at St. Mark’s Church, Berkshire with Sister Kate 35, Prince William 34, and Prince Harry 32. Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle will join the couple at the reception, but will fail to miss the ceremony.

According to Met Office, the big day is confirmed to experience rain showers. Also, a specialized team of gardeners was expected to help in the major overhaul of the Middleton family’s grounds. An employee toldthe Sun: “that a team had been sent there for the works; and they have been busy for the past couple of weeks. The team is said to improve the landscape from the grass to the trees and flowers. However, the staff refuse to unveil what’s happening in there for a grand surprise.

However, this is the real thing for Pippa and James – their wedding expects a dodge storm within the week.They tried to inquire a marquee hire in Sydney but it was too impractical considering the distance. So they got Good Intents Marquees owner Bruce Schofield who said: “They have built a deck using glass which added to the overall cost for the marquee. The giant marquee costed £100,000, just for 350 guests to seat, dine and go dancing.

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