If like me you had planned a jubilee garden party over the weekend, you may have been greatly disappointed at the awful weather we experienced here in Britain. However, I bet many of you decided to call off your garden parties, or opted to move them indoors – well no, not I! You see I had invited so many people to my Jubilee party that I knew it was going to be almost impossible to cram everyone into the living room, if the weather decided to take a turn for the worst. Instead I purchased a Super Gazebo, which meant that even though the weather was appalling, I was still able to throw the garden party that I had spent so much time and effort planning.
The Super Gazebo came in a compact case and was so easy to put up. I had been a little worried, as I remembered back to the days of struggling to put a tent up on camping trips. However the Super Gazebo popped up itself, and just needed securing down with guide ropes. Even though there were a few spells of heavy downpours, the gazebo had taped seams, which ensured that it was completely waterproof, so none of my guests got wet. I was a little concerned that because there were so many people sitting inside, that they would begin to get overheated, but the gazebo stayed nice and cool due to the vents, which allowed air to pass through.
I had the choice of purchasing the gazebo in blue or green. Although I originally thought green might be a good choice as it blended in with the surroundings of the garden, I eventually decided on the blue as it fitted in with my Jubilee colour scheme perfectly. I decorated the inside of the gazebo with red, white and blue bunting, and used British flags to cover the food and drinks tables. We had a lovely afternoon, thanks to my Super Gazebo, which definitely saved my Jubilee party!