Go Green at NOAH’S
Minimal Electricity – Every NOAH’S is designed to give you the option of welcoming natural light into your event space. Large windows around the exterior of our venue allow natural light to fill the rooms and decrease the need for electricity if you wish. Once the sun has set, we have the option of dimmable lighting. This allows your event to continue past sunset while still conserving energy that would be spent with standard lighting.
Ceremony & Reception in One Room – Hosting both the wedding ceremony and reception in one room is easy and convenient at NOAH’S. Included in the rental of each space is one room reset. This means that the NOAH’S staff will come in after your ceremony and reset the room for your reception if you would like, allowing you to use one space for the whole evening instead of using multiple rooms or the whole venue.
Go Paperless – Instead of printing invitations, you can send out Evites and create an informative wedding website. The internet is a faster and greener way to spread the word to your guests and many wedding websites allow guests a place to RSVP instead of sending out printed reply cards. Creating a wedding website is fairly quick and easy and there are many free online tools and templates available. If you do decide to do paper invites, order invitations made from recycled paper!
Open Vendor Policy – One of the most unique features of NOAH’S Event Venue is our open vendor policy. This allows you to bring in any vendors that you would like including the caterer, florist, cake baker, DJ, etc. You can customize your wedding to meet your green goals without paying additional fees for the vendors of your choice. Our open vendor policy even allows you to incorporate DIY food and decor.
Wedding Favors – Select an eco friendly wedding favor to send home with your guests. Miniature plants are the perfect gift and they are environmentally friendly too!
Vintage or Shabby Chic Theme – Go green by embracing a vintage or shabby chic theme. You can begin by collecting antiques and inexpensive decor at pawn shops, thrift stores, antique shops or even garage sales. You can also repurpose old wood or furniture for decorations. Glass bottles for vases and centerpieces are an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to expensive vases and centerpieces.