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Industrial Wedding Theme Ideas

Jan 22, 2016

Industrial wedding theme? What’s that you ask? Why it’s the urban city’s answer to rustic, country weddings!  While the city may not have the good ‘ol home charm that country weddings do, the city has a plethora of backdrops that are both rustic and modern.  Think loft spaces, art galleries, old warehouses, rooftop bars and gardens, breweries – even old movie studios!  The walls of these places are usually made of bricks or concrete.  They have high ceilings, awesome views, wooden or metal crossbeams and a vibe that you can only get from the city.  Modern meets vintage – you can easily blend elements from your favorite wedding themes with shiny new elements to create the perfect blend that is all you.  Mixed metals with concrete create a look that is once of a kind.  From silver to gold, or even copper (think rose gold!) Industrial weddings are starting to soar in popularity as an alternative to the long used rustic theme.  Let’s take a look at 2 Industrial wedding palettes that are new and inspiring.

silver industrial wedding theme ideas Sources: Skyline Couple, Warehouse Wall, 100 Layer Cake | Bar Sign, MyWarehouseHome | Laterns, forks, cage lights, galvanized buckets Little Things Favors

Copper Industrial Wedding Theme

Sources: Loft Wedding, OldSweetSong | Place Setting, RuffledBlog | Outdoor space, 100LayerCake | Invitations, Pinterest |  Concrete Coasters, Pipe Place Cards, Love Cake Top, Copper Vases: LittleThingsFavors

Which one do you prefer, the cool, sleek tones of the silver or the warm tones of the copper?  Industrial weddings are simple in design yet massive in style.  This is one wedding theme that doesn’t require lush floral elements or expensive centerpieces.  The reception space that you use brings enough drama to make it magnificent. You can find more industrial wedding favors and ideas here If you’re having an industrial wedding, we’d love to see your photos!

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