The Prairie Street Brewhouse took on a new look with a soft romantic feel with vintage details for these industrial wedding ideas created by Ever After Planning. Mixing two distinct wedding styles, the tone was set from the first detail that a guest would receive. The lovely stationery, designed by Prairie Letter Shop, featured beautiful calligraphy details that introduced the classic romantic feel. Event Floral used greenery to create an asymmetrical backdrop for the ceremony, which was the perfect way to tie in a modern design with a romantic garden feel. The long greenery garland running the length of the reception table continued this look throughout the space. We also love the simple heirloom details that they chose to incorporate in the design, such as the ring box, hand mirror, and vintage trays, which played well with the timeless china and vintage silverware.
We love how The Verdant Photographer captured the style that was so beautifully designed, and we hope you enjoy every curated detail that this team pulled together for this look.
Simple details and an unexpected style made this look really pop in this industrial space. We love the thought of thinking outside of the box when it comes to creating within a space, and we love how beautifully this style came together.
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Stylist and Designer: Ever After Planning // Photography: The Verdant Photographer // Florals: Event Floral // Stationery: Prairie Letter Shop // Venue: Prairie Street Brewhouse // Vintage Furniture Rental: Once Upon A Pedestal // Hair and Make Up: Bridal Brigade // Dress: Savy’s Chic Bridal Boutique // Cake: The Noble Cakery // Brides Shoes: Klub Nico from Nordstrom // Groom Apparel: Express // Placecard holder, table number holder, mirror, gold tray, dress hanger: BHLDN
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