“Industrial antique glamour” might be my new aesthetic to aspire to – this industrial wedding theme is perfection. The contrast of such wonderfully trendy details being integrated into classic styles is just stunning. This group of vendors came together to create such a wonderful “elegant-meets-urban” feel that was captured beautifully by Amanda Smith Photography. From the jump, you know this wedding shoot is going to be gorgeous – look at those invitations by Cricket Printing! Is it weird to frame your invites? Because if mine ever look like that, I might have to.
As for the handsome bride, groom and their wedding party… everyone was dressed to the nines. The bride’s long-sleeved lace gown by Bacio Bacio Bridal & Tuxedo with her pearl headband and jewelry by Champagne and Grit is giving me boho-chic Gatsby vibes that I absolutely adore. The rosy, romantic makeup completed her beautiful look. The bridesmaids’ shimmery golden gowns were almost an extension of the décor – which was classic, golden and beautiful… so of course the guys went with a standard black and white tux look by Studio Men’s Wear – everyone looked classy as ever, for a classy affair.
The Bowery in West Palm Beach served as the perfect venue to host this styled shoot. Pretty items like flowers, lace and candlelight popped among the rustic and industrial brick and natural wood details of the building and courtyard. I mean really… that marbled geometric cake with the gold detailed flower on it is out of this world extravagant and unlike anything I’ve ever seen, but it is so darn pretty: I think I’m in love. The rose gold geometric shapes were echoed throughout the décor, like those adorable little votive candle holders on each table. And of course, no wedding is complete without the flowers. The floral arrangements and bouquet by Creative Florals Inc. were perfectly crafted to add a pop of color and beauty to the tablescapes.
Photographer: Amanda Smith Photography
Wedding Planner: JN Event Design
Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Studio Men’s Wear
Bride & Bridesmaid’s Attire: Bacio Bacio Bridal & Tuxedo
Hair: Hair by Chelsea Marie
Makeup: Monica the Makeup Girl
Bridal Accessories: Champagne and Grit
Floral Designer: Creative Florals Inc
Hand Lettering: Ink Letter Love
Cake: Johnson’s Custom Cakes
Invitation Suite: Cricket Printing
Rentals: Allure Rentals & Decor
Catering: Bowery Palm Beach
Favors: My Favorite Sweets
Robes: Sandy Waters Store
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Erin is a New England native living in Cincinnati, OH. For the last six years she has served as Communications Manager for a large home service franchise, working as a freelance writer in her spare time. She has been a contributing editor for Destination Wedding Details since early 2017. Inspired by a desire to plan a uniquely personal destination wedding herself, Erin draws on experience to bring relatability and humor to her writing.