Industrial Chic Styled Wedding at the Bread Lab


We are incredibly excited to bring you this gorgeous styled wedding shoot for a little inspiration. The shoot, by Kim Lyn Photography, LLC, Stop Go Love, and Just Darling Rhode Island,  is a stunning, edgy twist on a traditional wedding. We love the industrial look featured in the shoot, and if you’re a more alternative bride, this shoot is just for you!

Shot at the stunning Hope Artiste Village in the new Bread Lab, the styled wedding is an alternative bride’s dream. The industrial chic themed is carried through every aspect of the styling, but it comes with a gorgeous, sort of rustic edge that we’re loving.

The floral designs of Blooming Blossoms truly pop in the heavily industrial setting. The gorgeous, green focused bouquet pop brilliantly against the heavily steel and brick venue. The verdant centerpieces brightly stand out against the dark wood of the tables and silver of the guest’s chairs. While the florals are spectacularly focused on greenery, pops of fuchsia and burgundy makes appearance to brighten up the arrangement.

The designs truly do help to bring color into the industrial theme, but there’s yet another aspect of the shoot that we’re loving and that’s the gorgeous lace dress and styling of the bride. The bride’s gorgeous dress nearly stole the show. With a flowing lace train and sleeves, the dress from Ve’Lace Bridal added an air of romance to the more stern details of the venue. The dress, however, was not the aspect of the bride’s styling that we loved. Her hair, by Simony’s Chair, flowed down her back in a gorgeous braid, and for an added level of romance, the talented stylist added a halo of greenery around the bride’s crown.

The real beauty of this shoot definitely comes in the attention to detail. With rentals from Rental Unlimited the space was truly able to come together in a cohesive blend of industrial yet rustic romance. The dark wooden tails paired with metal chairs combined natural and industrial styles perfectly, and as we mentioned before, the floral design was spectacular. The florals were accented by beautiful paper menus that were printed on paper that resembled wood, and the grey and gold invitations were simple but elegant. The Paper Perfectionist was truly going above and beyond for this styled shoot! With the added bonus of calligraphy by Jessica Shoe, the invitations and menus looked stunning on the simple, cream china.

In potentially the largest statement of the shoot, attention was drawn to the gorgeous cake by Queen B Cakery. Large industrial style letters with light bulbs illuminated their interior spelled out the word cake, and the white confection sat atop striped grey and white linens. Fuchsia and orange flowers decorated the exterior of the cake, and thought the shoot was styled, we’re sure the dessert was delicious.

This styled shoot is easily one of your favorites. From the stunning, grand venue to the simple details of the tablescapes, every detail was meticulously planned. We hope that this industrial chic wedding brings you the inspiration you’re seeking because we truly love it.






























Photographer:  Kim Lyn Photography, LLC//Floral Designer: bloomingblossoms//Event Venue:Hope Artiste Village – The Bread Lab//Calligrapher:Jessica Shoe//Event Planner:Just Darling RI//Bakery:Queen B Cakery//Equipment Rentals:Rentals Unlimited//Hair Stylist:Simony’s Chair//Professional:Stop Go Love//Paper Props:The Paper Perfectionist//Dress Store:Ve’Lace Bridal//

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