A Sweetly Rustic Wedding at NOAH’S Event Venue in Utah County, UT
Sophisticated gold, ivory, and ruby red accents lent a luxurious touch to Malon and Marilyn’s rustic and charming wedding at NOAH’S Event Venue in Utah County. The stylish couple chose NOAH’S for its timeless aesthetic and versatile options for customization. With a backyard patio for those perfect golden hour photos and an elegant ballroom for dancing and dining, NOAH’S had everything Marilyn and Malon wanted to create their dream wedding day.
Tall, dashing Malon stood out in a striking burgundy tuxedo with deep lapels and a classic black bow tie. Marilyn was beyond stunning in a lacy strapless gown with a long lace-edged veil and a bouquet of deep red flowers and wild greenery. We loved Marilyn’s dress so much, we were happy to feature it in our blog post “Our Favorite Wedding Dresses of 2018”!
The details Marilyn and Malon chose for their celebration were delicate, sweet, and included a touch of rustic-inspired burlap and lace. With charming wooden table accents, decorative lanterns filled with flowers, twine-wrapped pens, and party favors embellished with wicker and lace, this wedding was absolutely brimming with charm.
For dessert, the couple chose a trés-chic naked buttercream cake with three enormous layers and adorned in stunning red florals. As a sweet thank you gift, the couple sent guests home with whimsical bottles of custom M&M’S. Get it? M&M = Marilyn and Malon! We love it!
One of our favorite parts of this wedding was the traditional Money Dance! For those who aren’t familiar with the custom, a Money Dance is a special dance where guests can pay to dance with the bride (and groom, in this case!) by pinning dollar bills onto their clothing! It’s a creative way to get guests dancing. Plus, the newlyweds get a little bit of extra cash.
Finally, after sealing the deal at NOAH’S and dancing the night away, Malon and Marilyn dashed through a spectacular sparkler arch and off to their next adventure!
Congratulations, Malon and Marilyn!
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