If you were to walk into my house you’d find elements of industrial style everywhere. It has long been a favorite, the beautiful blend of styles, infusing vintage and rustic with modern is so eye-catching and interesting.
Industrial style is now becoming one of the hottest wedding trends, as is getting married in industrial venues. For this wedding I found a fabulous industrial venue in McMinnville, Oregon called The Bindery. The owners of this relatively new venue are amazing, so friendly and accomodating. I fell in love with the rough brick walls, industrial lights and large windows, they are stunning – combined with greenery, flowers, wood and copper the whole aesthetic leaves a lasting impression.
I used a minimalist copper pipe altar with modern geometric and acrylic accents, get all the styling tips HERE. The transparency keeps the focus on the industrial elements.This eye-catching, yet understated effect lets the wedding and happy couple take the spotlight. I love the this new trend! What do you think? Let me know in the comments!
Throughout the venue I softened the harder edges with romantic blush tones and incorporated glamorous sequins. I love the contrast this provides, one of the key elements of industrial styling.
My favorite detail in this industrial glam wedding was the petal toss station. I used organic kraft paper cones with personalized instructions for the guests. “TOSS” petals at the bride and groom and “CHEER” after they “KISS”! It is an eco-friendly, fragrant and fun natural alternative to throwing confetti at the end of the ceremony and is completely biodegradable.
You’ll find more ideas and inspiration for styling an Urban Industrial Wedding on Fun365 at Oriental Trading. Everything you need to See It, Shop It and Make with the click of a button! I hope you enjoy all the DIY’s and ideas as much as I enjoyed creating them.
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Photography – Lydia Johnston of Photography Hill
Wedding Products – Marry Me, Oriental Trading
Cake – Confection Deception
Venue – The Bindery
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