Industrial Wedding Venues: A Unique Twist on Your Big Day
In recent years, wedding venues with an ‘industrial’ vibe have gained popularity for their unique and unconventional charm. These venues offer a departure from traditional wedding settings by providing a raw, edgy, and versatile backdrop for couples who want to create a one-of-a-kind wedding experience.
Here’s what you need to know about industrial wedding venues in the Austin, Texas area:
Industrial wedding venues are often found in repurposed warehouses, factories, manufacturing spaces, or historical buildings. These spaces typically feature high ceilings, exposed brick walls, concrete floors, and large windows that create a distinctive and visually striking atmosphere.
A few lighting elements wholly transformed this space at 800 Congress. Along the exposed brick, we added a few uplights and wash lights to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere highlighting the floral accents along the tables.
One of the major attractions of an industrial venue is its versatility. These spaces provide a blank canvas for couples to customize and design according to their unique vision. Whether you’re dreaming of a rustic-chic affair, a modern and minimalist celebration, or a blend of various styles, industrial venues provide the creative freedom to make the venue your own.
Brazos Hall offers an alluring downtown Austin location of a turn-of-the-century warehouse transformed into an alluring two-story venue. The 3,500-square-foot rooftop deck pictured above is adorned with greenery and café string lights for a modern boho look.
Urban and Edgy Vibes
Industrial wedding venues provide an urban and edgy ambiance that appeals to couples looking for a non-traditional wedding setting. Combining industrial elements with romantic décor and wedding lighting creates a unique juxtaposition that adds character to your event.
Many industrial venues have large windows that allow abundant natural light to wash over the space. This is particularly appealing for daytime weddings.
One Eleven East
One Eleven East is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and provides a modern touch to a historic building in Hutto, Texas. It’s the perfect place for a quaint and intimate micro-wedding. This shot features greenery over our black metal frames and drop Edison bulbs for a unique reception for your guests.
Some industrial weddings are located in historical buildings that have been repurposed for modern use, so you’re carrying a little bit of history with this new chapter of your life. These venues often retain original architectural features that are difficult to find anywhere else.
Wedding Lighting and So Much More for Your Industrial Wedding
Once you’ve settled on a venue, take a moment to visualize your venue at night; Is there adequate lighting for your guests during the reception? How can we make the space more alluring and match your vibe using lights? Altared Weddings & Events has worked with many local industrial venues for years with custom installations, entertainment, and wedding lighting.
Beginning with our first consultation, we will discuss your vision and how to make it happen within your budget. Schedule a call, meet us at the venue, or stop by our office or warehouse and let’s design the wedding of your dreams. Contact us today while slots are available this season!
Industry Trends: Signature Cocktails with Metallic Accents
Take inspiration from your industrial wedding venue to offer signature cocktails with metallic accents for your wedding.
We suggest Tito’s Terror-Tini recipe paired with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, lemon juice, pomegranate juice, and maraschino cherries in glasses that elevate the atmosphere.