Today’s earthy industrial wedding inspiration with romantic moody hues is speckled with greatness. Seriously. A bohemian sort of enchantment abounds in all the details from the metal grid ceremony backdrop to the bride’s burgundy tassel earrings. Pears intermingle with candlelight in the black leg hairpin table, and we’ll totally be stuck on this fall wedding view till the foreseeable future.
With Kimberly Schuldt Photography behind the lens, there’s no way we wouldn’t be hooked. Beauty is captured from every angle!
And when a vintage rentals + event styling marry, we’re left with an even more aspirational result. That’s exactly what happened here with Pretty Little Vintage Co. who designed the intimate soiree! Sofas, grids, vintage dressers and all.
Woah. These deep-hued blooms from AMK Floral are food for the soul.
Sackets Harbor Ballroom set the tone for an industrial wedding vibe with its exposed red brick and oversized windows.
From the stylist, Pretty Little Vintage Co.: When planning this fall styled shoot, we knew that we wanted to put an earthy twist on the traditional fall theme, colors and details. The space that we were using was a blank canvas with some brick and industrial features so we thought it would be fun to incorporate some muted fall colors and simple natural details to create this look.
The ceremony site was simple with bistro chairs and twinkling lantern light lining the aisle. This was the space where we wanted the floral to be the wow factor. A metal industrial grid backdrop was dressed up with soft colors of fall to create the perfect space for our couple to recite their vows.
We thought that industrial hairpin leg tables would fit in this space perfectly. To help carry out the theme from space to space, we used the same bistro chairs that were in the ceremony location at the tables. To soften the look a bit and to add some texture to the table, we added a deep brown velvet runner. Simple white plates adorned with pears picked from the florists backyard were a perfect fall touch.
We were sure to add in some vintage touches to this industrial space. You can see the vintage gold flatware, brass candlesticks, furniture, rugs, box spring light and so many other sweet old details that helped bring this shoot to life.
We’re pretty pleased the rule of 3’s applied to the cakes from The Cake Shop CNY in this case.
Gosh, we could just stare at this braided hairstlye from Marissa Williams all. day. long.
That goes for the bold makeup from Pastel Makeup & Style too.
We used fresh fall colored blooms as favors, seating assignments and extra decor on the tables. We loved this multi-purpose display and thought that they would be best shown on some simple gold and glass shelves. The contrast of the old wood and metal sweetheart table draped in soft fabric was exactly what we wanted to show. Neutral colors and textures dressed up with the muted fall floral, pears and candles help set the scene for the sweetest table for two.
The cake display might just be my favorite part of the shoot. We used an old dark vintage buffet and draped it in soft caramel velvet. The old and rusty box spring light is a piece that we have always wanted to use behind a dessert display. Adding some floral to the backdrop let us keep the cakes simple. They were detailed with a tiny bit of gold and really were the focal point of the whole thing.
The bride and groom had more casual looks but we think that the outfits were perfect for the vibe that we wanted give off with this shoot. The bride’s outfit was thrifted and pieced together that day. Gorgeous natural makeup and wavy braids finished her look. We decided to ditch the tie for the groom and we loved how this sweet couple photographed. We hope that you love this shoot as much as we do.
Photography: Kimberly Schuldt Photography
Vintage Rentals + Styling: Pretty Little Vintage Co.
Floral Design: AMK Floral
Cakes: The Cake Shop CNY
Venue: Sackets Harbor Ballroom
Hair: Marissa Williams – The Ritz
Makeup: Pastel Makeup & Style