Wedding Inspiration with Metal + Wood Details

industrial romance wedding inspiration

Today’s inspirational shoot is all about “Industrial Romance.” I love how the team (lead by photographers Frenzel Photography) incorporated raw materials into the florals + bouquets such as metal springs, large screws, washers, and other odds and ends metal items. They also created a full dessert display with vintage industiral pieces. They hand stamped the dessert titles and the couples initials onto metal and wood blocks for a very unique touch. A wonderful local Jewelry designer – Jeweliany – loaned gorgeous metal chunky pieces to add to the completed look. Lots of great inspiration for bringing some masculine elements mixed with the gorgeous feminine florals!

nuts and bolts boutonniere

nuts and bolts bouquet

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

pink and white centerpieces

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial bouquet

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration

dessert bar, industrial set up

dessert bar, industrial set up

industrial romance wedding inspiration

industrial romance wedding inspiration


Thanks so much to all these creative wedding artists for sharing their talents with us today! Any of you lovelies planning on using metal or wood details in your wedding day?

concept + photography: Frenzel Photographers // event planning + design collaboration: Joyful Weddings // rentals: Forever Vintage Rentals (crates, floral bins, industrial pieces, dessert table), Yeah Rentals (chairs), Lounge Appeal (table), Classic Party Rentals (chargers), Signature Party Rentals (napkins) // jewelry: Jeweliany // lighting: The Event Company // hair: Berbellabeauty by Shay Halton // make up: Chelsea Pagnini of Berbellabeauty // florals: Modern Bouquet // paper goods: Posh Paperie // desserts: 24 Carrots // venue: Franciscan Gardens

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Comments

  1. i love when people include wood especially into their wedding. theres something so rustic and natural about it that adds so much.

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  2. I love this! It’s so different yet beautiful!

  3. The industrial elements of this wedding are so amazing! It adds so much beautiful drama to it!

  4. Gorgeous!!! And those desserts are adorable!!!

  5. did you make the wood blocks? so cute!

  6. Thanks for the feature today Jen! And thanks everyone else. Hazel- we found a lot of these items in my dad’s back work area- wood blocks, metal pieces, etc. Bre (Joyful Weddings) provided the old tool boxes and tables

  7. So rugged, yet beautiful and love it! I LOVE IT!

  8. Such a fun concept! I love it- great work ladies!

  9. Love her hair and the dessert bar is wonderfully different and looks yummy. Beautiful images from the photographer

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