This deep neutral toned industrial wedding inspo on our wedding blog today is edgy and pretty at once. We have a special place in our heart for the industrial trend, so we’re loving it. The styled shoot featured both unique and romantic elements that are getting us ready for Fall. The concept included a lot of texture, exposed brick, metallics, and geometrics. The old restored 6 lane duckpin bowling alley that is directly above the event space in the Hope Artiste Village in Pawtucket, RI served as a fun addition to the already historic style venue.
The invitations shined with liquid gold leaf splatter creating a border for the mini envelope that held the fold out invitation. The RSVP card made use of the geometric theme using a beautiful real wood veneer sheet with a gold backing cut into a hexagon shape. The menus were done in 2 ways, as a paper bag that could hold the utensils or other goodies and also on the geometric wood veneer.
The entire style showcased a ‘trend’ brides would consider but don’t think they can bring to life. The industrial vibe sets a tone for an independent and original couple, while also capturing the chic ambience of an elegant affair. Bravo Just Darling Events, we love it.
Coordinator: Just Darling Events & Design
Photography: Kim Lyn Photography
Hair & Makeup: Simony’s Chair
Videography: Jared with Stop Go Love
Stationery: The Paper Perfectionist
Behind the scenes photography & Calligrapher: Jessica Shoe
Bakery: Queen B Cakery
Florist: Blooming Blossoms
Rentals: Rentals Unlimited
Venue: Hope Artiste Village – The Bread Lab
Bridal Boutique: Ve’Lace Bridal
Models: Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Bird