Industrial wedding style is one that can be reinvented time + time again and today’s editorial – coming to us all the way from Spain! – is a super lovely take on the look. Moody florals (by Mireia Abras), subtle watercolor details and a killer bridal look helped make this project, designed by Bodas de Cuento, truly shine. And we love how Albert Bardina perfectly captured the scene. Before we fully dive into the photos, lets hear a little bit more from Ricky of Bodas de Cuento:
This shoot took place in a former factory now converted into a museum thanks to its rich history. Indeed, The J. Trepat factory in Lleida, Spain was a key element in the agricultural mechanisation of the land in Catalonia and Spain. When we saw it for first time, we fell in love. So we decided to make a styled shoot there. As you can see, the industrial style is everywhere. We seek the contrast through fuchsia, pink, red and orange tones and a touch of gold that can be seen in the cutlery. The flowers were just perfect and the staircase full of greens was pure love.
Seriously swooning over that floral staircase!
Ricky tells us, The model was gorgeously dressed in YolanCris. We opted for non conventional dresses with modern lines.
The sweet, painterly paper goods were by Two Little Draws.
A seriously good take on industrial, don’t you think? Thanks so much to the very talented team below for sharing! Be sure to check out each of these creatives if you are tying the knot in Spain!
photography: Albert Bardina // planning + design: Bodas de Cuento // venue: Museu de la Mecanització Agrària Cal Trepa in Tàrrega, Lleida, Spain // florals: Mireia Abras // makeup: Laia Martin Make Up // hair: Catalina Hair Stylist // model: Marina de Magda Simó Models // rentals: Jaiak Rent // paper goods: Two Little Draws // wedding gowns: YolanCris // wedding shoes: Mr. Right Bcn // jewelry: Boheme Joyas // headpiece: India Tiaras y Tocados // cakes: Victoria’s Cakes // cake topper: Estudi Vint-i-Dos // candles: Luminara