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Feb 19, 2018

Romantic Industrial Wedding

Industrial meets romance in this sweet wedding,” says photographer, Matt Allen, and we couldn’t agree more. He captured so many priceless moments between the beautiful bride & groom in addition to all the day’s pretty details. From the happy-tear filled first look to the intimate ‘ring of fire’ ceremony, the day’s wonderful emotion is all on display. We know you’ll love every moment of this romantic industrial wedding!

Taylor Bradford of Sugar Creek Vintage Rentals shared…

You know how you just click with people. The moment, I met Margo, I knew we clicked. During her initial consult, I just felt this vibe from her that we were going to stay in sync throughout her entire wedding design journey. And we did. Margo’s vision for her wedding included industrial vibes using mixed materials but she wanted to keep it soft and romantic at the same time.

Margo chose the PERFECT venue for her wedding. Brik Venue screams industrial and yet it has soft touches to it at every turn. I knew it would be easy to bring her vision to life at this venue. It was already the perfect design slate.


To achieve her romantic-industrial vision, I brought in several different concrete elements such as handcrafted (by me!) concrete candle holders in several different sizes, each hand dipped in gold to get a drip effect and concrete cinder blocks with custom painted geo designs. I also brought in 3 large wooden spools painted gold. 2 were used for her cake display and 1 was used to anchor her guest book/gift table. I created test tube bud vases and anchored them with some brass + brought in brass candle stick holders. Other metal/glass elements included geo terrariums.

In her ceremony space, I created a ring of fire, utilizing glass candles and brass candle stick holders and weaving greenery to soften the glass and metal up a bit to compliment the greenery curtain created by the floral designer, Macey Price of Flourish Floral Design. It was simple and stunning and so romantic!

Favorite memories: watching Margo come downstairs and seeing her design for the first time. And then seeing all of these precious moments captured by the talented photographer, Matt Allen.

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