Happy Monday everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. The weather was beyond perfect here in Essex, so we spent most of the weekend outside and at the beach – loving it! 🙂 Last week, we posted about five different wedding styles – what’s your wedding style? that included an urban wedding style. Today I thought we would focus on urban style and they are the inspiration for today’s board “Eclectic Warehouse Wedding Inspiration” I think there are some great + fun ways you can incorporate them and we paired this palette of slate gray, charcoal, dusty blue, rose gold, and tan used for this board + mismatched bridesmaid dresses for fun way.
Eclectic Warehouse Wedding : Bridesmaid style
Unlike before when all the bridesmaids wore the same type of dresses, this is no longer the case-bridesmaids now wear mismatching dresses and still look elegant. Mismatched dresses are also known for their different colours, it’s good to go with outfits that complement each other. Give your bridesmaids a general direction and then let each woman pick the dress that makes her feel the prettiest. Eclectic bridesmaid jewelry and cute shoes will complete the non-traditional style.
Warehouse Wedding Decoration
Giant letters or Large graphic elements are a great design element for a warehouse style wedding. Suspend huge silver balls from the ceiling at different heights for a striking effect that will wow your guests. For a pop art effect, go for large spheres in bold colours. They would look fantastic if you keep the rest of the decor sleek and minimalist, done mostly in stark white.
A warehouse wedding is a wonderful concept. It is really about finding a compromise between old elements and the style of the bride and groom. Adding a touch of elegance to the great warehouse will make for a truly lovely wedding design.
Bride and groom : Maggie Harkov Photography | star light : Jodie Chapman | Bridesmaids : Matt Lien Photography via weddinggawker.com | Mismatched printed bridesmaids : Dan O’Day photography | Bridesmaids in black lace dresses : Benj Haisch photography | Decor : pinterest.com | eloped sign : Kristina Adams Photography