When you hear about a warehouse wedding, probably industrial, modern, and maybe rustic themes come to mind. But this wedding uses a warehouse venue as a backdrop for romantic florals with pink decor.
Captured by Kelsi Walters Photography, Jensen and Austin’s wedding at The Hackney Warehouse was nothing short of beautiful. White chairs, vintage lanterns, and sprigs of pink, white, and lush green lined the aisle for the outdoor ceremony. A wooden wedding arch was adorned with pink florals, playing off of the warm tones from the exposed brick of the venue.
The balance of romantic, floral, and industrial elements extended into the wedding reception. Long wooden tables were decorated with romantic table settings. White and gold chinaware with blush pink napkins and pink candlesticks added romantic and warm tones. Elsewhere, classic white tablecloths brightened the space near the intimate buffet. The tiered pink wedding cake was gorgeous: buttercream, fondant, flecks of gold, and real-rose accents tied the theme together.
As beautiful as the pink floral arrangements and decor were, the attire was equally exquisite. The fitted wedding dress wowed with Roco-inspired white appliques over a champagne underlay. A classic sweep train, boho wavy hair, and sun-kissed makeup completed the bride’s look. Meanwhile, the groom looked classic and at ease in a relaxed khaki-tan afternoon suit.
One thing Jensen and Austin’s wedding shows? You can seamlessly blend romantic and rustic themes for an unforgettable venue, decor, and stunning arrangements.
Floral Designer: Ray’s Florist//DJ: Backwoodz Boyz Entertainment//Cake Designer: Poplar and Pine//Event Venue: The Hackney Warehouse//Photographer: Kelsi Walters Photography//