The wedding of the year was the talk of everyone in the world because of her fairytale-like wedding. Pippa Middleton and James Matthews’ reception was held inside a lass wedding marquee worth over $100,000. It comes as no surprise that they will splurge more in order to provide their wedding guests with luxury portable loos as well, one that is fit for all the royalties who attended. A month after the wedding, party hire in Melbourne are overwhelmed with brides looking for equipment inspired by Pippa’s wedding.
Pippa Middleton did not skimp on any details of her wedding. She made sure that the toilets will be as elegant as the rest of the reception venue.
The portable loos are referred to as throne rooms. The guests are able to use toilets that look like a permanent one fitted for luxury and elegance.
The toilets have oak fittings, the basins are made of porcelain and there are spot lightings. Full-length mirrors are also available inside. Every toilet was equipped with vacuum flashes – much like the ones we see on toilets aboard airplanes. Vacuum flashes are considered to be very eco-friendly.
A lorry delivered the elegant portable loos three days before their big day. It was placed inside the family home of the Middleton’s which is worth £5 million located in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
According to experts in the industry, the posh loos could have cost £6,000.
AndyLoos is the company that provided them with luxury toilets and they pride their firm for being the number in the industry of posh portable toilets.
According to the website of the company, every detail of the wedding are organized but the guests’ spending should also be worth it thus the VIP toilets.
Aside from the posh toilets, the couple also hired a wedding glass marquee straight from Belgium. It was constructed inside the garden of the Middleton’s. This is where the wedding breakfast was hosted as well as the evening celebration.
Party hire in Melbourne are now expecting more request such as marquees and portable loos for local weddings in the coming months as inspired by the Royal sister’s wedding.