Juxtaposition is a word that sums up everything that we love about this industrial micro wedding inspiration. Aside from the muted rainbow ribbon chandelier, we’re particularly smitten with the color choices here tied to the earthy, rough palette from Hutton Brickyards.
Planning and designers from A La Carte Events brought vibrancy to an otherwise muted brickyard venue, creating a slightly bohemian vibe while also keeping things romantic and modern. But the real shining star of this industrial micro wedding inspiration comes from above. Not quite a rainbow in the sky, but just as mesmerizing is this ribbon installation from Michelle Moore Designs.
Bring on the vibrancy with these stunning designs by Macari Floral! The balance between bright and muted is so fine here, and makes for the most delicate of arrangements. With this industrial micro wedding setting, it really is all about textures, isn’t it? To achieve a table-runner this unique, you’d need to hand-dye it using a combination of madder root and cutch, then bundle it with onion skins and steam it to create that dynamic texture! All the clean lines, and modern stationery from Ppaper Studio, work brilliantly with the industrial walls and soft linens. The large hanging fabric installation is made using both cotton and lyocell fabric. Each ribbon is created by hand tearing the material into about a 2 inch wide strips. The bride is wearing a stunning Caroline Takvorian dress, inspired by Parisian haute couture and has a strong visual identity.