Elegant Loft Transformation with Mixed Metals + Modern Bridal Style

Ready for your mid-week stunner? Today’s mixed metal wedding inspiration affirms everything we love about industrial venues. Their simple canvases act as the perfect foundation for color, texture, and motion, and we love the way you can build a unique story from scratch. These Seattle wedding vendors let beauty ring from the inscribed vintage goblets gracing the table to the bride’s modern braided ponytail. More goodness in store below!
spring bridal bouquet with lace wedding dress

How timeless are these stills from Tetiana Photography? There’s a softness in the movement + glow, making the daydream effect all the more real.
mixed metal greenery arbor and loft wedding tablescape
Styled by Maggie Kay Events, color played a huge role in the creation of the design. A palette that’s fitting in multiple seasons, we’re in love with the mix of warm hues.
drippy wedding cake with buttery yellow icing
Drippy wedding cake with butter yellow icing + a sweet treat display (to come!) from The Flying Apron.
loose bridal braid and lace wedding dress
vintage wedding decor with spring tablescape
Roses, ranunculas, snowberry, dusty miller… Bloomed Out has us doing imaginary cartwheels in this fresh spring garden.
loose bridal braid and lace wedding dress
wedding arbor with lush greenery
From the stylist, Maggie Kay Events: I wanted to go in a direction that was more timeless. I was originally inspired by the shade of dusty rose with a complementing light sage and cream. Once in the bright white loft space, which Tanya of Tetiana Photography found, it seemed to be more fitting to focus less on a dusty rose and more on a palette that was versatile for Spring AND Summer. The direction leads toward pops of soft colors that melded beautifully with the greens. It also led me to go with gold because gold will never be out of style. Even when silver and rose gold are in high demand, gold will always remain a classic staple. I loved how the gold flatware fit with the vintage glassware and brought out small details here and there. It coordinated well with other rose gold/bright copper details. Vintage has made a huge comeback and I love that the eclectic look can also create such cohesion in this environment.
loose bridal braid and lace wedding dress
vintage wedding decor with spring tablescape
loose bridal braid and lace wedding dress with spring bouquet
oval engagement ring with diamond halo
The facets in this engagment ring from Greenlake Jewelry are unreal!
spring wedding centerpiece with dusty miller
loose bridal braid and lace wedding dress
We can’t get over this contempo braid from Paper Dolls NW — with a twist in the back too!
vintage wedding decor with spring tablescape
And how bout those sage green napkins from CORT Party Rentals?
lace wedding dress with oval engagement ring
Overall, I wanted to create a look that could be used in a number of situations using a color palette of soft pinks, greens, and creams that will never go out of style. I was inspired by a look that can be used with versatility whether it be a classic wedding or elopement, something less classic and more laid back and colorful, or something with a bohemian feel given a few different detail elements.
wedding cupcake display
flowy maxi skirt and lace bodice wedding dress
The Dress Theory provided a pretty impeccable gown with an open-back lace bodice and long, flowy skirt.
mixed metal greenery arbor and loft wedding tablescape
There is serious magic in this tablescape with pieces from Balancing Balloons. Colorblock centerpieces, etched pastel glassware, antique clear plates… We could go on forever!
loose bridal braid and lace wedding dress
Wedding Vendors:
Photography: Tetiana Photography
Planning: Maggie Kay Events
Floral Design: Bloomed Out
Dress: The Dress Theory
Hair & Makeup: Lisa of Paper Dolls NW
Jewelry: Greenlake Jewelry
Cake: Grain Artisan Bakery
Desserts: The Flying Apron
Event Rentals: Balancing Balloons
Linens & Chairs: CORT Party Rentals
Venue: The Loft Northwest
Bride and Groom: Jing Newton and Rob Oliver

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