Our Favorite Wedding Decor of 2018
As the industry-leading wedding venue, we pride ourselves in offering a wedding center that is easily customizable for any couple and their unique tastes. To make sure we achieve this, NOAH’S Event Venue locations are the beautiful blank canvas that couples can dress up however they please or not at all. Couples that choose NOAH’S can bring in decorations and vendors, and we never limit them to NOAH’S lighting and decor options—though many choose to use them!
The best part of our promise to keep NOAH’S Event Venues customizable is the variety of wedding decor we get to see every year. In 2018, thousands of couples adorned NOAH’S halls in their unique wedding decorations. While we have loved every single one of them, we are delighted to show-off our favorite wedding decorations of 2018!
Photos: Kylie Marie Photography
Mallica and Hayden celebrated their Greenville wedding in the fall and lined the aisle with pumpkins, leaves, pinecones, and acorns—perfect autumn accents. Our favorite decor item from this wedding was the paper flowers accenting the outdoor patio arch; they are so unique, bold, and beautiful!
Photos: Kortney Boyett Photography
Tae and Faith went for a minimalist design in their clean and stunning Lincolnshire wedding. NOAH’S Edison bulbs, white linens, and lanterns made ornate additions unnecessary for this couple.
Photos: Maura Jane Photography
Julie and Aaron chose a dazzling stellar design for their Albuquerque wedding. The couple decorated NOAH’S Event Venue in twinkling lights, celestial blues, and star maps for a decor theme that was out of this world!
Photos: Ashley Sunderland Photography
Melanie and Kevin’s Oklahoma City wedding was bursting with bright greenery, sweet roses, and elegant flair. We love how they incorporated NOAH’S Spoke ceiling design with a 4-tier chandelier in the center.
Photos: Something New Productions
Christopher and Kaylie’s Omaha wedding was absolutely charming with hanging glass bubbles and silk flowers so well-designed that they look real! The addition of NOAH’S traditional chandeliers and satin linens was perfect for this delightful wedding.
Photos: Concept Photography
Leah and Fitz showed off their wanderlust with an adventurous theme in their Lake Mary wedding. Every table was labeled with a different country they visited and accented with a globe. The ceremony took place on NOAH’S sunny outdoor patio with sweet floral accents and scenic views.
Photos: Jessie Young
Candice and Noah’s “Best Day Ever” was a boho dream in Omaha. Greenery and lanterns made for dreamy centerpieces, and the addition of NOAH’S Edison bulbs and Candice and Noah’s hanging wreaths were perfect for this bohemian theme.
Photos: Ariel Perry Photography
Taaron and Antonio’s Charlotte wedding was dripping in glamour, class, and high-end decor with luscious flowers, romantic candles, royal blue accents, and a lot of glimmering gold.
Photos: Lindsey Kay Photography
Lori and Brian hosted a chic and modern wedding in Lincolnshire with black and gold accents. NOAH’S Spoke ceiling design, candle-lined aisle, and smooth black linens made for a contemporary and elegant wedding day.
Photos: Kaila Cales
Nidia and Taylor’s fun and vibrant wedding in Lake Mary was full of color! We’re in love with the blue mason jars and pink napkins that stand out from the white and gold linens.
Weddings in 2018 were as diverse and unique as they come, and we are so happy to be a part of all the special moments that took place at NOAH’S throughout the year. Every happy tear, laugh, and smile is important to us, and we aim to provide a venue versatile enough that every diverse couple can highlight their own unique tastes and personality. We loved every wedding in 2018, and we are so excited for all the special moments and beautiful decor 2019 has in store! If you’re planning your own 2019 wedding, schedule a tour at NOAH’S and see how our venue can work for your tastes, too.
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