News alert — vintage and rustic chic are now facing some heated competition. The industrial chic trend has been making a serious run for the wedding scene’s best style blend. Often infusing vintage and rustic elements itself, the trend expertly blends modern with the old. When it comes to industrial wedding venues, think revamped lofts, old factories with metal piping, and spacious warehouses with exposed brick or bare concrete walls.
Proof That Industrial Chic Weddings Are the New Rustic
Urban meets luxe in this lounge area, with a royal lounger exuding European influence set against a backdrop of string globe lighting and exposed brick.
Rustic and industrial play up one another with a weathered wooden table topped with crates overlooked by an eclectic metal cubed chandelier. But the real star is the suspended display of sweets, courtesy of an old-fashioned pulley — now, that’s industrial at its finest.
Copper Moscow mule mugs and gray dinnerware infuse the hues of surrounding statement concrete walls to bring an industrial feel to this gorgeous reception table. A lack of towering centerpieces allows the reception space to shine, while snakes of Edison lightbulbs overhead bring classic industrial vibes.
A bistro-inspired font in black and white typeface creates an unexpected and oversized welcome sign, while lush greenery surrounds the entrance for a chic feel.
With exposed brick, hanging plants, and a seating layout with bistro chairs, this reception space takes a cue from an urban restaurant.
Industrial chic takes on a preppy twist in this gray tablescape, thanks to metal chairs and a striped table cloth.