Step into Spring with our three delightful ideas for a modern industrial wedding. We’re offering you inspiration for a super colourful wedding, a stylish metallic wedding and one with a pretty floral twist.
Mustard yellow is a rich and vibrant colour that’s bursting with style. The colour looks striking against the contrast of exposed brick walls, weathered wood or in a warehouse space. Does a mustard yellow wedding colour scheme sound right up your street? Then incorporate it through your aisle style by rocking a yellow gown or a pair of bright heels. You can reflect the theme through your furniture too. Create a cosy yet cool chill out area using plush yellow armchairs and sofas. Alternatively, yellow tolix chairs will give your wedding ceremony a contemporary touch. Drape Edison bulbs across the beams of your venue for ambience and mood-lighting. If you wanted to work in another colour, navy or grey both look fab paired with mustard yellow. However, we think mustard yellow used alone makes the perfect statement for your special day.
Blush and Copper
If you want a wedding theme that’s all about modern romance, why not consider using a blush and copper colour scheme? The blush tones will effortlessly represent Spring, while the copper elements will keep things looking cool and contemporary. For instance, team beautiful blush blooms with a copper vase centrepiece. Copper cutlery, goblets and plates will look stunning alongside a pretty blush table runner. We’re huge fans of metallic wedding cakes and a copper cake is no exception. Add a few blush blooms with a handful of greenery as a gorgeous floral cake topper. Your bridesmaids will look beautiful in various blush gowns teamed with copper accessories. Why not add a few touches of foliage throughout your décor too? This will give your blush and copper wedding a beautiful botanical touch.
Who says industrial or urban weddings can’t be pretty? We’re throwing the rule book out the window with a bloom-inspired wedding theme for Spring. Flowers can really act as a focal point for your decorations and there are so many ways to use them throughout your décor. If you’re tying the knot in an abandoned mill or warehouse that still features the original water wheel or bare brick walls, adorn them with your favourite flowers. If this theme sounds like heaven to you, you’ll definitely need to involve your florist with the decorations and details. They’ll be able to explain to you the varieties of flowers that are in season and they’ll know exactly what to use for an industrial affair. This theme works for any colour scheme so you’ve got heaps of choice.
Spring offers plenty of opportunities in terms of colour schemes and themes. Whether you want something edgy, romantic or a mixture of both, Spring is definitely the perfect time to get planning.
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