Today we are loving this industrial chic wedding gorgeousness, captured by Ami Robertson Photography and sent into us by Honey V! The shoot took place at Islington Metal Works, an awesome and quirky converted wedding venue. These photos show how you can transform an industrial venue with glamorous and sophisticated touches.
How to rock an industrial chic wedding
City Sophistication- Unique Bridalwear
This city bride is the height of elegance, modelling wedding dresses by Hazel Edwards & Gillian Roberts Bridal. Both suit the industrial chic wedding vibe perfectly as they shine against the brick walls, bringing the sophistication! With a ruby lip, a smoky eye and a simple hairstyle by Makeupology, the look is complimented by a gorgeous HoneyV tiara.
The groom looks dapper in Groomswear by Moss Bros and Dai Chu. He wears navy blue, which is subtly incorporated into the flowers and the cake. The rings in this shoot were provided by Blackwell Jewellers, photographed on a ring cushion from Icastica Studio.
Industrial Chic Wedding Styling
The stylist behind this industrial chic wedding was Angels and Gypsies, who did a great job at maintaining a glamourous look on an urban background. A dreamy lightness is added through fairy lights and paper lanterns and the table looks luxurious with lots of gold touches. The flower arrangements by Bailey & Blossom feature romantic red roses and greenery to contrast the industrial venue. Greenery makes up half of the statement balloon arc by Ballonista, which is a great focal point, sure to wow guests.
The wedding cake by Bespoke Bakes matches the colour scheme perfectly with the dusky pink, white and gold. The theme is continued through to the stationery (by Mellie Moo) which is simple yet effective with a scrawled font and flower decoration.
The team behind this awesome industrial chic wedding
Photography– Ami Robertson
Cake– Bespoke Bakes
Stationery– Mellie Moo
Dresses– Hazel Edwards & Gillian Roberts Bridal
Flowers– Bailey & Blossom
Models– Jinny & Elliot
Venue– Islington Metal Works
Stylist– Angels and Gypsies
Hair and Makeup– Makeupology
Ring Cushion– Icastica Studio
Suits– Dai Chu & Moss Bros
Wedding Rings and Engagement Ring– Blackwell Jewellers
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