A Sugar-Sweet Vintage-Inspired Wedding at NOAH’S in Cranberry, PA
Lauren and Hunter celebrated their beautiful vintage-inspired wedding at NOAH’S Event Venue of Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Armed with a soft, romantic color palette of blush pink and mauve plus a sugar-sweet theme (hint: dessert!) and old fashioned details, this fabulous couple threw an unforgettable wedding celebration that will live on in the NOAH’S history books.
Vintage-Inspired Wedding Ceremony at NOAH’S of Cranberry Township
This beautiful wedding started in NOAH’S Main Hall. Lauren and Hunter utilized our stunning dangling Edison Bulbs for some vintage-inspired flair during their wedding ceremony at NOAH’S of Cranberry Township. Given that their vows were the star of the show, the rest of the decor was simple and clean. They included a backdrop of lights and a wooden sign. It was the perfect setting for a sweet ceremony!
VIntage-Inspired Wedding Attire for This Wedding at NOAH’S Event Venue of Cranberry Township
Afterward, the lovebirds took advantage of the beautiful day with a photoshoot outside. Surrounded by native Pennsylvanian greenery, both bride and groom looked lovely and stylish in their wedding finery. Hunter sported a laid-back beige vest with matching pants, a blush tie, and a crisp white shirt with the sleeves playfully rolled up. Lauren was princess-perfect in a vintage-inspired white wedding gown with a drop-dead-gorgeous train, a stunning peek-a-boo cut-out back, and a Boho up-do decorated with gold jewelry. Her bouquet was one of our favorite parts of the ensemble — it burst with pale exotic blooms, enchanting ferns, and spiral eucalyptus.
The bridal party’s color-coordinated outfits were perfectly on-trend. Lauren’s bridesmaids wore long, draped gowns in varying shades of pink and mauve. In their hands, they carried lush miniature versions of Lauren’s incredible bouquet — absolutely beautiful! Hunter’s groomsmen were both handsome and casual in beige slacks, delicate white boutonnieres, and simple white button-ups sans jackets.
Undeniably, our favorite part of the vintage-inspired wedding celebration at NOAH’S Event Venue of Cranberry Township had to be all of the treats. The couple hung a sign over the candy bar that captured the vibe: Love is Sweet. With a self-serve table full of sugary goodies as well as a dessert table studded with cookies and brownies and all kinds of goodness, this party was sure to be extra sweet. We loved special details like the cookies decorated with frosted branches of spiral eucalyptus to match Lauren’s bouquet!
Vintage-Inspired Wedding Reception Decor At NOAH’S Of Cranberry Township
In addition to the sugary confections, the couple chose upscale, nuanced reception decor. These details turned NOAH’S into a classy, chic wonderland in shades of pink, gold, and white. Additionally, the banquet tables featured tastefully mismatched china, gold design details, romantic mini candles, and sprigs of spiral eucalyptus. For accent tables such as the gift table and the sign-in book table, the lovebirds used NOAH’S signature pintuck linens in a whimsical silvery color. It was all perfect for this vintage-inspired wedding at NOAH’S of Cranberry.
Finally, the last (and best!) sweet confection at Hunter and Lauren’s vintage-inspired wedding reception at NOAH’S of Cranberry Township was their beautiful triple-decker naked cake. Subtle white blooms and fresh green leaves ornamented the cake. The full-on show-stopper caught all eyes on one of our unique floating cake tables!
After the cake was eaten and the last dance was over, Hunter and Lauren made their final appearance under a shower of sparkler light. Every detail was unquestionably beautiful at this vintage-inspired wedding at NOAH’S of Cranberry. We loved spending this magical day with them! Congrats to Hunter and Lauren!
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For more vintage-inspired wedding ideas, check out this Vintage-Chic wedding at NOAH’S Event Venue in Auburn Hills, Michigan. And if you want more treat table examples, we’ve got you covered there too. We wrote a whole blog post of Dessert Table and Donut Wall Inpsiration.