We’ve already seen many industrial locations like barns and warehouses but an abandoned train station? Wow! Anežka and Magnus wanted to bring their home country of Sweden to the Czech Republic, where Anežka’s ancestors are from. Heading to the gorgeous city of Prague, event designer Søstre Studio planned the industrial + Scandinavian-inspired event at one of the most famous railway stations, Nakladove Nadrazi Zizkov.
They kept the decorations clean and minimal, slightly rustic and industrial, keeping the focus on the couple and the incredible setting. The tablescapes were also industrial and rustic and very clean, with leaves, white candles and food as décor, the tables were uncovered. I would say that food serving became the main table decor, such a yummy idea!
The bride was wearing a boho-inspired plain white maxi dress with a V-neckline, a sash and crocheted bell sleeves; the gown was designed by herself and realized especially for her. She was rocking loose curls and simple natural makeup. The groom looked extra sharp in his dark gray suit by Oscar Jacobson. House of Dagmar + Tea Princess provided the dresses for the ‘maids, and picked up on the gray industrial tones of the day. The flower girl was also wearing a boho and vintage inspired white dress with crocheted touches, and just look at that pup, it’s the cutest ever!
This gorgeous wedding is a unique mixture of industrial urban and boho aesthetics with rustic touches, and to be honest, these styles blend perfectly creating a stunning personalized big day. If you are looking for simple rustic and industrial mix with a bohofeel, this is it!