This industrial glam wedding shows the power of the little details — and what you can do with a keen eye! Everything was overseen by the couple, from the groom designing his gorgeous bespoke suit to the bride’s bolero, handmaid from fabric she found when traveling in China. The industrial location was so hip and modern, but the design still had a classic romantic edge with touches of burgundy and greenery. One particularly lovely touch was the circular ceremony, meaning all of the guests had a great view and felt included. Check out the FULL GALLERY from Alice Hq Photography, to see what can happen if you’re true to yourself every step of the way!
"The groom had his suit custom made. He selected everything from the fabric to buttons. His attire was very much a reflection of his personality all the way down to the high top Vans. Searching for my dress - I wanted classic. No beading, no lace....simple elegance. I wanted all of the drama to come from the cathedral length horsehair veil and custom made bolero. The bolero was handmade with fabric from one of my travels to China. The veil was also custom made. "
Photography: Alice Hq Photography | Venue: The Machine Shop | Day-of Coordination: Sixpence Events | Stationery: Minted | Videography: Alma Films | Wedding Cake: Buttercream Wedding Cakes | Rentals and Linens: Linen Effects, Inc. | Hair and Makeup: SoCoJoArtisrty | Catering: The Deco | Bridal Salon: Bridal Accents Couture | Submitted via: Matchology