Artegon Marketplace located in Orlando, Florida was the perfect backdrop for this Industrial Boho wedding. These mechanical engineers met at work. They desired a small intimate ceremony filled with love, shared with close family and friends. As they planned their nuptials it was important that their décor included elements from their occupation in which they love.
We had a blast creating this relaxed yet elegant event. The galvanized wall outside the Artegon Marketplace made the perfect altar for the boho wedding ceremony. The tables were accented with geometric candle holders and fresh greenery, mini peach roses, coral roses and white hydrangeas.
The Lovely little details
The reception screamed industrial Boho Chic. Exposed wood tables complemented with mahogany chiavari chairs added a formal touch.
The tablescape was fun consisting of greenery, florals, and white lush hydrangeas. Accented by golden orange taper candles with the letters L-O-V-E in lights. We adorned the tables with gorgeous wood charger plates tiered with white dinner plates. We added multi-colored salad plates topped with multi-colored patterned bowl of popcorn to add a fun touch.
Coffee cups at each place setting doubled as a drinking cup for coffee and the favor. As if there wasn’t enough color, gold and burnt orange napkins enclosed with a silver metal napkin ring added to the beauty.
Adorning the table with wood place cards that rested perfectly on the charger plate at each place setting. Menu cards included a gear as the focal point which played nicely into the boho industrial theme.
The cake was Stunning
The cake was a double barrel style with textured frosting accented with light bulbs and embellished with flowers. White lighted letters that spelled the central theme of the event L-O-V-E complemented the table.
Simple, classic with a boho vibe
The bride was simply sweet. She wore an oversized floral crown, with a perfectly fitted white strapless gown. Complemented by a non-traditional bouquet that hung from her arm. She was the epitome of simple chic.
Her bouquet was a geometric metal diamond accented with red roses and purple flowers. We can’t forget the groom. The groom sported a light gray tux complemented by a plaid bow-tie and a boutonniere with mini metal gears. What a fitting way to incorporate your profession!
The Final Details
This wedding was one for the records. These lovebirds incorporated their profession with class and elegance. From the geometric shapes, metal details, gears that debuted seamlessly throughout the décor in subtle ways.
What did LOVE have to do with it? EVERYTHING!
Here are the vendors that assisted with the implementation of this fabulousness
Concept, Design & Décor
Amazingly Creative Events
Aquas Images by Alex
Ashley Canay Videography|Photography
First Class Rentals of Tampa Bay
Fancy That Specialty Linen
Corey’s Bakery & Catering
Palm Harbor, FL
The Coffee Divas
All Brides 2 Be Tuxedo & Formalwear
Stylist: LaToya Rucker
Jo Michelle Artistry
Studio One @ Artegon Marketplace