I have a really lovely wedding to share with you today, and it’s even more...
Welcome along to another edition of Boho Pins, where I delve into my pinterest board collection and choose one to share with you. If you’re planning a wedding then pinterest is the perfect visual planning tool. Fantastic for putting ideas together and keeping all your ideas organised! You can find me here www.pinterest.com/bohowedandlife and I update my boards on a daily basis!
Following on from Thursdays post on alternative wedding venues, today I am looking at Industrial Weddings. Laura touched briefly on Warehouse wedding on Thursday so today I wanted to explore this option further. There are so many amazing spaces around us that we wouldn’t normally consider for a wedding or wedding reception, but more recently the Industrial wedding has become a lot more popular. Warehouses, lofts or urban spaces can all be amazing opportunities for something a bit different. They are very popular in the US and Australia at the moment and are becoming increasingly popular over here as well. Think of all that space, the complete blank canvas to work with, exposed bricks, high ceilings, kind of like a marquee but much cooler and undoubtedly much cheaper! You can have your outdoor wedding inside and not worry about the good old British weather getting in the way of your plans. With all that glorious space you can really let your imagination run riot! I have seen a lot of these weddings recently and I hope to see a lot more in the future, I think they are amazing! You can see my full Industrial Weddings pinterest board HERE.
Photo source and photographer: Large warehouse space (Photographer Shari + Mike Photographers) / & sign and backdrop (Photographer Cami Parker) / Ceremony space with tea lights (photographer Melissa Schollaert Photography) / Stairs (Photographer Cami Parker) / Ceremony area with ribbon backdrop (Photographer Corey Nickols) / Exposed bricks and wooden rafters (Photographer Babb Photo) / Multicoloured backdrop (photographer Arrow & Apple) / white paper decorations from ceiling (photographer Mark Tattersall) / Sweets (photographer Jamie Clayton Photography) / Couple sitting down (Photographer Cami Parker) / Light up star (photographer Aneta MAK Photography) / Bride and groom (photographer Leah Lee Photography)