Wouldn’t these bride + groom looks be so striking for an industrial wedding? Photographer Emily Wren and Melissa of Building Bok wanted to focus on their venue’s new archive wall and adorn it with romantic details with just a little bit of drama really brought out its edge.
This styled shoot took place at BOK, a brand new wedding venue born out of an abandoned historic vocational school in Philadelphia, PA. Stylist and paper artist Rabbit Rabbit really brought the whole shoot together. With the help of Fox & Finch Vintage Rentals, Rabbit Rabbit completed the vision using elements of weathered brass, slate and marble throughout to add the perfect amount of class and polish to compliment the wild landscape of rich greenery and the modern, industrial lines of the space. The designers incorporated Devon & Pinkett‘s wild and overgrown florals and vines, ferns, and lush greenery to contrast the clean lines. There were a lot of candles and lanterns to soften the industrial venue look, and the lanterns were also faceted to highlight the style.
The bride was rocking a trendy separate with a gorgeous dip-dyed skirt and lace top are from Sweet Caroline Styles, BTW. I like the idea of non-typical bridal attire – a black bodice and a dyed skirt, which perfectly fit the theme and look unusual. The groom was wearing grey pants, a white shirt, a navy tie and a dove grey jacket to fit her look.
Nutmeg Cake Design presented a gorgeous textural wedding cake with a grey, white and black and white layer to highlight the wedding theme. There were also other themed desserts and marbelized grey cookies as guests’ favors. Get inspired by these gorgeous ideas for your own industrial wedding and steal some!