Looking for a space to host a modern wedding and add your own unique flair? Industrial wedding venues, like lofts and warehouses, are ideal, as their “blank canvas” interiors can be transformed into a space that completely reflects your personality. And the industrial details, like exposed brick, wood beam ceilings, and ductwork, are oh-so on trend. Check out some of our favorite industrial wedding venues.
Feasts of Fancy Loft Space & Urban Courtyard
Kansas City, Missouri
Many industrial wedding venues are indoors-only, but this Kansas City event space has a fantastic brick courtyard, ideal for outdoor ceremonies and cocktail hours. The indoor space for receptions has a rustic feel with exposed brick and wooden columns and hardwood floors, with room for up to 300 guests. You’ll also love all that’s included in your venue rental, including tables, chairs, china, and more.
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Waterview Loft at Port Detroit
Planning a wedding in downtown Detroit? This venue offers the unique, edgy vibe of an industrial wedding venue, plus amazing waterfront views from the floor-to-ceiling windows. You’ll love the modern, club-like feel here, plus the fact that there’s space for up to 400 guests. And since catering is included, your planning process is sure to be a breeze! All-inclusive reception pricing starts at $18,500.
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Long Island City, New York
This 19th century industrial wedding venue conveniently located in Queens, New York offers 3,000 square feet of space to accommodate up to 180 guests. You’ll love the unique architectural details, including steel beam ceilings and brick archways. There are a variety of spaces to choose from here, including an outdoor courtyard with views of the Queensboro Bridge, a gorgeous Greenhouse with a skylight ceiling, and the intimate and chic Albra Room.
The Neu Neu
You’ll love this warehouse wedding venue in the North Loop of Minneapolis. This photo studio can accommodate up to 150 guests for a seated dinner, and features high wood beam ceilings, exposed brick walls, a lovely bridal suite, and a variety of rentals included with your site fee.
High Point, North Carolina
Looking for a loft wedding venue in North Carolina? Be sure to check out this unique industrial space in High Point. You’ll find gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the High Point skyline, loft-style ceilings, exposed bricks, and abundant charm. With space for up to 400 of your loved ones, included rentals, and a dedicated on-site attendant to ensure your big day runs smoothly, you’re sure to have an incredible event at this unique space. Rental pricing starts at $1,800 for weekday weddings, and range from $3,500 to $6,000 for weekend events.
The Loft at Studio J
This 6,500 square foot Minneapolis wedding venue effortlessly mixes a rich history (it was built in 1895) with modern industrial style. You’ll find brick walls, exposed ductwork, and eclectic artwork, which give this space ample personality. There is space for up to 200 people for a seated dinner, and 250 for a cocktail-style reception. Bar service and a photo booth are included, among other amenities. Weekend rental pricing starts at $3,000.
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The Loft at Russell’s
This 1927 barn and loft wedding venue offers 4,000 square feet of unique event space, with its cathedral ceilings and exposed wood beams—hello, amazing photo ops! You’ll love the all-inclusive wedding packages, which includes catering (the team will create a custom menu based on your preferences), china, flatware, tables, and more. This Washington State venue can accommodate up to 180 guests for a seated dinner.
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This Kalamazoo Couples’ Choice Award-winning event space is one of our favorite industrial wedding venues in the country. In particular, the outdoor SkyDeck with its modern tented ceremony space, makes it truly stand out. The indoor reception space, with its 14-foot ceilings, private leather bar, and 5,000 square feet of space, has a blank slate vibe, which allows you to decorate to fit your wedding’s style and personality. Loft 310 also wins raves for its delicious food and accommodating staff. This venue has space for up to 275 guests.
The Green Building
Brooklyn, New York
This industrial wedding venue in Brooklyn's Gowanus neighborhood was first built in 1889 as a brass foundry. Now a 6,000 square foot event space, The Green Building features an outdoor courtyard ideal for ceremonies. The indoor event space has brick walls, exposed-beam ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows opening out onto the courtyard and providing gorgeous natural light. The Green Building can accommodate up to 250 guests for a cocktail-style reception, or 160 people for a seated dinner with dance floor.
The Loading Dock
For an urban-chic vibe, check out this industrial wedding venue in Stamford, Connecticut, which is unlike any we’ve seen. With its hardwood floors and brick walls, you’ll find a “blank slate” space ready for you to customize your liking. And with highly-regarded caterer Abigail Kirsch at the helm, you know the in-house catering is sure to be amazing. There’s space for 300 people, and a variety of special photo backdrops, indoors and out.
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You’ll fall in love with this dramatic and historical building and event space, which provides endless décor opportunities for the creative couple. Aria can host weddings of up to 400 guests, and your rental fee includes tables, chairs, two bars, bartenders and security staff, and more.
This vintage-glam industrial wedding venue in the Central Valley was first built as a theater in the 1900s and features exposed brick walls, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and chic chandeliers. The Century can accommodate up to 200 guests for a ceremony and reception, and 300 people for a reception only. This Couples’ Choice Award-winning venue is all-inclusive, and offers a variety of packages for any style and budget. The venue's Signature Wedding Package starts at $5,900 for up to 75 guests.
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Palm Door on Sabine
If you’re hosting a more intimate event, this loft wedding venue in Austin is ideal for up to 150 guests. Modern couples will love the minimalist style. Host your ceremony and reception indoors, with cocktail hour on the patio. You’ll love the hardwood floors, 14-foot ceilings, industrial-style lighting, and boho-chic vibe.
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The Old Cigar Warehouse
Greenville, South Carolina
This warehouse wedding venue was first built in 1882 as a storage facility for cotton and cigars. Nowadays, this recently-renovated and iconic Greenville building, with its 8,000 square feet of event space, can host wedding ceremonies of up to 225 guests and receptions for up to 500. This Couples’ Choice Award winning venue features high ceilings, exposed brick, and more—plus you can hire an on-site wedding director to make your planning process even smoother. Rental pricing starts at $2,300 for a weekday wedding and goes up to $5,200 for a Saturday event.
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San Diego, California
Getting married in SoCal? There may be no cooler venue than this unique space in San Diego. This arts center and creative work space transforms into an incredible warehouse wedding venue, accommodating up to 175 guests. This venue can provide custom design elements, turning the blank canvas space into your dream wedding.
Mill Top Banquet and Conference Center
From wrought iron to exposed brick, industrial-chic details abound at this Midwestern warehouse wedding venue. There are a variety of spaces to choose from, from the grand Great Room to the rustic Loft, to accommodate weddings of up to 400 guests. And—major bonus!—there are totally tricked out Bridal Suites and ManCaves to host all the getting-ready fun.
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Couples who want a truly unique and special event venue, but also an easy planning process will love this industrial space in Mesa. The all-inclusive packages here include everything from catering to a cake, florals to a DJ, bar service, photography, and much more. Plus, you’ll love this Couples’ Choice Award-winning space itself, with its brick walls, outdoor patios, and room for up to 245 guests. All-inclusive pricing starts at $7,000 for weekday wedding of 50 guests, and goes up to $17,200 for a Saturday wedding of 200 guests.
Warehouse 215 @ Bentley Projects
If you’re hosting a wedding in the Phoenix area with a larger guest count, this industrial wedding venue is worth a look. With a capacity of 850(!) guests and a convenient location near Chase Field and the Phoenix Convention Center, you’ll love this space, which features 10,000 square feet indoors and a 1,500 landscaped outdoor patio (ideal for ceremonies!). This 1918 converted linen laundry building features all the industrial details that are so on-trend right now, from brick walls to exposed wood beam ceilings.
620 Loft and Garden
New York, New York
This New York City wedding venue combines an impeccably-manicured garden (there’s even a reflecting pool!) with a modern loft, plus not-to-be-missed views of Fifth Avenue. Host your ceremony in the garden and your reception either in a tent outdoors, or inside the modern dining room (ideal for fans of minimalist style!). This is among the smaller loft wedding venues on this list, with space for 120 for a seated dinner and 165 for a standing reception.
The Art Factory
Paterson, New Jersey
We love how this New Jersey wedding venue combines an industrial, art gallery vibe while still being surrounded by the natural beauty of Paterson Great Falls National Park. When booking this airy space, you'll have access to four full-time planners and designers who will help design the wedding day of your dreams. There are several spaces, from the smaller Hamilton Stage (capacity: 200 guests) to the largest Hemp Stage (capacity: 650 guests).
New Orleans, Louisiana
We love how this warehouse wedding venue combines New Orleans’ Old World charm and a chic industrial vibe. Plus, it’s opening a brand new wedding suite and balcony space! You’ll love the exposed beams and brick and gas lanterns, plus the fact that there’s space for up to 400 guests and all-inclusive packages for convenient planning.
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Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
This repurposed cotton mill from the 19th century is an ideal warehouse wedding venue for couples marrying in Charm City. There’s 5,000 square feet of space for indoor and outdoor weddings, and a capacity of up to 400 guests. You’ll love this Couple's Choice Award-winning venue's authentic industrial details, including wood beams, exposed brick, distressed concrete floors, and more.
You'll be utterly wowed by this industrial wedding venue in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood, which features vaulted 25-foot ceilings, wood floors, exposed piping, and huge windows letting in ample natural light. The 5,500 square foot venue, first built in 1919, can host weddings of up to 500 guests. The team at Metropolist wins raves for their flexibility and kindness.
The Unique Space
Los Angeles, California
Like its name suggests, this industrial-style space in Los Angeles' Arts District is definitely unique! Featuring high ceilings, exposed brick, and locally-designed details, you and your guests will surely be wowed by this 100-year-old building and wedding venue. There's outdoor space for ceremonies, as well as a rooftop patio, where you can take some stunning wedding portraits with the Los Angeles skyline as your backdrop. The Unique Space can host weddings of up to 300 guests.