If you ever wondered what a wedding with 400 guests looked like, well look no further than today’s wedding! The whole day has a fabulous warmth to it, as the space is filled with wooden decoration, mason jars with tealights and accents of coral, red and orange.
The wedding planner Heather Ferrai of All Set turned a blank canvas of enormous proportions into a warm and welcoming venue. The ceremony took place in the round, meaning, there were rows of chairs arranged in concentric circles around a platform where the couple stood with their minister. When our guests arrived, they were pleasantly surprised by a pre-ceremony cocktail hour with passed appetizers and an open bar.
The tablescapes were filled with hundreds of mason jars and gold votives for candles, complementing industrial-chic vibe. I like marquee lights, which add warmth and cuteness while completing the industrial style of the venue. Dinner was served family-style to encourage conversation and a feeling of community, besides a classic wedding cake there were glazed donuts served for everyone.
The bride was wearing a gorgeous lace applique dress with a V neckline and a V cut and a row of buttons on the back, she had a side hairstyle and amazing statement earrings. She also covered up with a beige fur coverup, which added elegance to her look. The groom was rocking a classic black tuxedo.
Don’t be afraid to have a lot of guests on your big day, this wedding shows that you can easily and stylishly handle it.