Get inspired with this beautiful candle light industrial chic wedding we did for Helen and Alec. The loft style venue was perfect for a winter wedding with the pretty brick walls and the vintage chandeliers.
To brighten up the room we suggested to use candles all over and that’s what we did so for the ceremony we did clusters of white pillar candles in cylinders throughout the whole aisle.
At the end of the aisle we had industrial chic with wood shelving. On the shelving we added over 100 mercury candle holders and candles. The Groom’s last name starts with the B so it was the focal point of the shelving. To adorn it with flowers we added clusters of flowers on top of the shelving with beautiful flowers like;
we also added 2 urns with the same flowers.
As you can see we also added elements of geometric shapes for more texture to the design
Sign in/welcome table was a show stopper geometric shapes filled with only white phalaenopsis orchids surrounded by mercury votive candles holders.
The guest tables had a charcoal tablecloth, green satin napkin, gold chargers, with a cute cupcake favor saying thank you to everyone who attended.
The Sweetheart table was so full and lush with gorgeous flowers.
Flowers we used;
The Bride had this gorgeous custom made mint dress that turned out spectacular. Nothing like expressing yourself with a cool different wedding gown.
Ok, so the bride so cool and different she opted for a hoop bridal bouquet because she had her dad and her son walked her down the aisle and it was easier to walk down with both. So we created this awesome bouquet with all the stunning flowers she had already shown for the rest of the wedding.
Boutonniere was made of white anemones, white veronica and white ranunculus embellished with gray satin ribbon.
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Planner: Luxe Atlanta Events
Floral Design: Ten Point Floral Design
Venue: The Cotton Mill Event Venue
Make up: Makinfacesbydb
Photos: Ermina Steiner Photography