Moroccan Style Wedding Decor

Moroccan Style Wedding Decor

The Traditional Moroccan Wedding has quite an elaborate and meaningful process. The wedding process can take up to seven days and there are many pre-wedding ceremonies that take place before the actual wedding.

Throughout the week, the newlyweds will visit friends and relatives as well as show off their new Moroccan Home and Gifts. To this day, marriage is generally thought of as being the most important decision that both the man and woman can make. Because of this, the whole affair is expensive and elaborate.

Badia Design Inc. has all of the Moroccan Style Wedding Decor you will need from Moroccan wedding blankets, silver ottomans, Moroccan silver teapots, Moroccan tents, Moroccan lighting and much more.

If you are planning a Moroccan Style Wedding or reception, you’ve come to the right place.

Badia Design Inc. is here to help you every step of the way. To get started with your Moroccan Wedding Plans, simply call or email us with your needs.

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Tel: 818-762-0130


Moroccan Style Wedding Decor



Moroccan Style Wedding Decor

Moroccan Themed Wedding

Transform your Moroccan style wedding into an unforgettable night with Badia Design Furnishing and Home Decorations, located at 5420 Vineland Ave, North Hollywood, CA, 91601.

A Moroccan themed party that will mesmerize your guests. Our theme takes inspiration from the magical palaces of Morocco: Moroccan style decorations are scattered upon luxurious rich brass tray tables and authentic hand painted, Moroccan wood tables, feature traditional Moroccan glass colored lanterns.

This royal Moroccan style wedding is sure to entertain and delight every guest, guaranteeing a profusion of compliments.

The lavish Moroccan events we specialize in combine rich colors, lavish textures, tastes, decor with creativity in order to create new and unique ideas that integrate seamlessly into an overall elaborate theme for your wedding.

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