Industrial Elegance Meets Whimsical and Rustic Elements at this Wedding Styled Shoot at Wiens Family Cellars

Soft details combined with Tank room elements create an industrial/chic aesthetic at this winery wedding

With a color palate including shades of gray, mauve and maroon these hues really helped tie together the natural elements of the winery with an elevated elegance feel.

Some of the standout design pieces included dark gray linens, a tall silver candelabra for the center of the table draped in florals, jewels and candlelight and purple and blue up-lighting to make the space feel intimate yet inviting. At the base of the candelabras were even more flowers in assorted mauve’s, blush and maroon tones completed with a variety of textured greenery.

Another table design feature that helped tie everything together were the beveled china plates with specialty menu cards, a light pink linen napkin atop a shiny black charger.

An element that you don’t really see too much anymore are silver accents in place of gold or rose gold. It works perfectly with the steel barrel backdrop and industrial vibe the reception space provides.

The fashion for the bride includes three different styles – all of which are elegant and complimentary to the general aesthetic. From lace detail and form-fitted to a full skirt with layered ruffles each design is exquisite!

The groom attire included two different shades of gray tuxes with a white dress shirt and bow tie. The lighter gray option is a more traditional style with a one button jacket and vest. The darker gray option is a two-button jacket, vest and detail work on the trim of the suit. Both look extremely dapper!

The outdoor ceremony design really brings in the rustic/elegant concept with a custom wood arch (a stationary piece at Wiens Family Cellars) draped in fabric and florals, silver lanterns with candles and even more gorgeous flowers all encompassed by a natural green backdrop.

Whether you love the industrial metal look, or the whimsical feel with rustic touches, there are many details from this shoot to consider when planning your special day! Design Tip: Don’t be afraid to combine elements to create a one-of-a-kind style that is unique to you and your betrothed.

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