Someone may need to pinch us because the details of this wedding inspiration in Brooklyn, New York have us dreaming.
The industrial space of the The Atrium was dressed with the prettiest fine art detail, both indoors and out. The inspiration behind this shoot was “anything but boring,” and Kim (the planner) and Carly (the florist) wanted the design elements to pop against the clean and industrial look of the space.
The ceremony setup took place amongst the open air of the venue’s rooftop. The checkered floors were paired with sleek black chairs and a pretty blue floral arch.
The blue hues were also brought indoors with a romantic tablescape that popped amongst the mustard yellow table linen. Velvet chairs and a textured settee placed at the table really made a statement in the most jaw-dropping of ways.
Nearby a lounge area of teal, gold, and white turned the ordinary corner into a cozy picturesque spot. Outdoors, another seating space consisting of charcoal gray, yellow, and baby blue pieces sat against the backdrop of greenery with disco accents for a contemporary touch.
As if the design wasn’t enough to make us gush, the couples’ styles were incredible. The model bride’s wardrobe featured a flowy off-the-shoulder gown with billowing sleeves followed by a chic halter top gown. Her looks were complete with a sprinkle of sparkling hair tinsel. The model groom sported a classic black and light gray suit respectively both with a white button up and sneakers for a more modern look.
This blend of organic features amongst the sleek architecture of the venue is truly the duo we never knew we needed!
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