Looking for a beautiful venue to host your wedding? Noah’s Event Venue Charlotte just may be the place! I know how important it is to best accommodate the majority of your guests in a location that’s centrally convenient. When I’m planning wedding videography, I work with conscientious couples who put travel for family and friends at the top of their list of wedding planning considerations. Noah’s Event Venue has over thirty-five wedding venue locations in twenty-one states. That presents a lot of opportunities for hosting a gorgeous indoor or outdoor wedding ceremony.
For weddings in the Carolinas, Noah’s Event Venue offers two locations in North Carolina, Charlotte and High Pointe, and one in Greenville, South Carolina. Designed for convenience in planning, each Noah’s Event Venue ballroom has the same floor plan and can host up to 300 guests in a variety of unique table and chair configurations. Far from drab, the buildings are designed with architectural detail that gets noticed. When guests look up, they’re amazed.
Noah’s Event Venue buildings were planned with a variety of ceiling designs and the décor is classy and versatile enough to meet every couple’s expectations. For those who want to enhance the romance, one room is designed with unique a “Spoke Ceiling” featuring tent lighting and sheer fabric that hangs and extends from the center with a beautiful chandelier as the focal point. And if it’s not the look you’re going for, not to worry. There are a total of four different sparkling chandeliers to select from. The lighting decor and floor space are so elegant, there’s no need to invest in extravagant decorations or panic over setting them up and taking them down. I enjoyed the simple elegance at Noah’s Event Venue that makes for a timeless backdrop to those fleeting moments I capture on the camera.
When the nuptials have been exchanged and a delicious meal has been shared, it’s time to dance the night away in celebration. Noah’s Event Venue features a raised stage in front of the ballroom that can highlight the two of you throughout the event. Behind the stage is a beautiful floor-to-ceiling window that lets natural, ambient light into the room. Elegant sheer backdrops are offered if filtered light is desired. As a wedding videographer and photographer, I can tell you, the lighting is optimal for capturing gorgeous recorded keepsakes. Some couples hold their wedding on-site and position the ceremony on-stage. Other newlyweds position their head table on the stage during the dinner reception. Of course, the stage is the perfect location for musicians and DJs to perform from too.
Can you tell I’m a fan of Noah’s Event Venue? More and more weddings are taking place in locations that can accommodate the ceremony, meal and reception in one beautiful setting. That’s why I love Noah’s Event Venue. They offer almost everything the bride and groom needs to host a special event for a varying number of wedding guests. Each reservation includes tables, chairs, 50 different fabric linens and colors, backdrops, accent lighting (I bring my own), centerpiece lanterns, stage, audiovisual equipment, prep kitchen set-up, and takedown. You can bring in any wedding caterer of your choice and there are separate, private bride’s and groom’s rooms for you and your wedding party to prep and store your personal items.
I like my brides and grooms to feel at ease about their wedding planning. When we’re discussing wedding details, I’m always reminding them to focus on what they want. After all, your wedding is about you and your spouse making a lifetime commitment of love together. Planning for your wedding venue is just as important as your wedding videography. If I can give advice that takes worry away and eases nerves and anxiety, it’s to find a venue that offers all the opportunities and options that Noah’s Event Venue does. I enjoy capturing the priceless, lasting memories that are made there and I’d love to be able to do that for your wedding.
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