Juxtaposition. It’s a big, big word that sums up everything that we love about this industrial micro wedding inspiration. Aside from the muted rainbow ribbon chandelier (which we will, of course, get to later), we’re particularly smitten with the color choices here tied to the earthy, rough palette from Hutton Brickyards.
Planning and designers from A La Carte Events brought vibrancy to an otherwise muted brickyard venue, creating a slightly bohemian vibe while also keeping things romantic and modern. But the real shining star of this industrial micro wedding inspiration comes from above. Not quite a rainbow in the sky, but just as mesmerizing is this ribbon installation from Michelle Moore Designs. We couldn’t resist learning a bit more about how she used things like onion peels + botanicals to create the ombre ribbon chandelier (scroll on, friends)!
All the chic stylings of a modern micro wedding meet rugged industrial textures, and Lindsay Lazare Photography brilliantly captures it all:
Industrial Micro Wedding Ceremony
What we love most about micro weddings is the intimacy of it all. To illustrate that warmth, we see these industrial ceremony chairs nestled close and showcasing a gorgeous floral altar.
Bring on the vibrancy with these stunning designs by Macari Floral! The balance between bright and muted is so fine here, and makes for the most delicate of arrangements. Very chic. Very beautiful.
With this industrial micro wedding setting, it really is all about textures, isn’t it? Our bride is wearing a stunning Caroline Takvorian dress, inspired by Parisian haute couture and has a strong visual identity. Modern and ultra chic.
Muted Rainbow Ribbon Chandelier
To achieve a table-runner this unique, you’d need to hand-dye it using a combination of madder root and cutch, then bundle it with onion skins and steam it to create that dynamic texture! So cool.
A talented crafter after our own hearts Michelle Moore Designs shares her process: The large hanging fabric installation is made using both cotton and lyocell fabric. Each ribbon is created by hand tearing the material into about a 2 inch wide strips. Then it’s dyed by hand to create variations in each one…all with a combination of natural dyes, and low impact textile dye. Some of the ribbons are tied to create a pattern on them. Some of the ribbons I pounded flowers into to create texture. and some were dip-dyed in multiple colors. My goal was to make sure I kept the color palette in mind, while still adding texture to the strips that would make each one unique. I wanted to keep it playful, by not having too much consistency in the final piece.
These rad textile hanging installations are really trending right now! Wonder if we’ll see more in 2021.
Vibrant Floral Throne + Chic Getaway
And a handsome groom in classic formal suiting from The Black Tux!
Nine Cakes brings the muted vibrancy we love in this artful wedding cake.
Kickin’ up her bridal shoes from Bella Belle with all sorts of wedding day energy!
photography: Lindsay Lazare Photography // venue name: Hutton Brickyards, Kingston, New York, USA // event design: A La Carte Events // planning: A La Carte Events // florals: Macari Floral // wedding dress: Caroline Takvorian // wedding dress boutique: Mews Bridal // bride's shoes: Bella Belle // bride's ring: Claypot Jewelry // hair stylist: Beauty by Amy Elizabeth // makeup artist: Alana Schmidt // groom attire: The Black Tux // groom's ring: Claypot Jewelry // paper goods: PPaper Studio // calligraphy: PPaper Studio // handmade details: Michelle Moore (dyed chandelier) // cake: Nine Cakes // tabletop rentals: Events Unlimited // furniture rentals: Events Unlimited // linen rentals: Events Unlimited // specialty rentals: North Country Vintage // models: Tracy Dias and Nick Payne // hand-dipped taper candles: Lumberman Co // corvette: NY Collector Car // earrings: lazulihandcrafted