Industrial wedding decor is having a moment right now, and it's easy to see why. Chic monochromatic color palettes paired with mixed metals and cool concrete makes a sophisticated, edgy statement. And while this pared-back look is a fit for minimalists, those sticking to a budget will love the clean aesthetic too (no need for an over-abundance of pricey flowers or gilt decor).
Calligraphy isn't anything new in weddings, but crisp white lettering atop lucite gives the handwriting a fresh, modern spin.
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Mix your materials with Minted's Marble Marriage invitation suite. The combination of gold foil, marble print, and elegant typography will make the perfect first impression when your guests open their invitation.
Minted Weddings Marble Marriage Invitation Suite, prices vary;
Play up your venue's industrial feel by keeping the decor minimal. This Minneapolis couple limited their ceremony decorations to a hanging floral arrangement over their altar and simple, unadorned chairs for maximum impact.
Shop similar: Terrain Horizontal Wreath Holder, $34;
An asymmetric ceremony arch made of white flowers and greenery adds a softness to the industrial space without taking away from the architecture of the venue.
Shop similar: Decorative Metal Arch, $29;
In both hexagonal and rectangular shapes, these brass card holders are a simple, elegant way to display escort cards, table numbers, or family photos on the big day—and beyond.
BHLDN Brass Block Card Holders, $6 - $8;
Embrace an industrial edge by layering mixed metals, concrete, iron and wood to create a dynamic design.
Shop similar: Pottery Barn Durango Side Chair, $236 for 4;
With a monochromatic color palette of white, gray and black, texture plays a crucial role in industrial wedding decor. Here, velvet linens are accented with lucite ghost chairs and lush white blooms for a simple yet stylish statement.
Shop similar: Poly & Bark Burton Side Chairs, $130 for 2;
Skip the Chiavari chairs, which are far too traditional for an industrial wedding design, and upgrade to these retro-inspired metal chairs. It's a simple swap that will make a big difference.
Shop similar: Metal Jackson Tub Chair, $140;
Oversized marquee letters are both simple and graphic, the ideal combination for an industrial design element.
Shop Similar: Rent Letters 3' Marquee Letters, starting at $190 to rent;
This South Carolina couple skipped flowers altogether when it came to decorating their ceremony space, instead, making a statement with graphic signage and moody candlelight.
Shop similar: Amy Zhang Creative Custom Banner, starting at $50;
A mix of industrial and glam, these gold-dipped ceramic vases are a chic, modern way to contain floral arrangements.
BHLDN Paradox Vase, $8 - $14;
Keep your reception tables uncluttered with architectural candlesticks and minimal blooms in monochromatic tones.
Shop similar: Anthropologie Bastille Tapered Holders, $24 - $44;
CB2 Wadsworth Taper Holders, $20 - $40;
Acrylic candlesticks serve as both a chic design statement and a practical escort card with white calligraphy directing your guests to their seats.
Shop similar: Crate & Barrel Crystal Tea Light Holder, $15;
These geometric concrete candle holders are the perfect accent. Arrange them in twos and threes or stagger them across the table.
Abstracta Concrete Candle Holders, $37 for 2;
Line your aisle or adorn your tabletops with a cluster of these marble-based hurricanes. The design may be modern and minimalistic, but there's nothing more romantic than the glow of candlelight.
Terrain Marble Base Hurricanes, $88 - $108;
Simple in shape with a glam, polished finish, this candelabra is beautiful on its own or paired with florals.
BHLDN Antwerp Candelabra, $38;
Concrete dinnerware—need we say more? Set your table with these plates for an instant dose of industrial style.
Casa de Perrin, starting at $4 to rent;
Your wedding cake will be sitting pretty atop this concrete cake stand. Alternatively, use it as a base for an industrial-inspired centerpiece of succulents and candles. Cake, schmake.
Terrain Concrete Cake Stand, $68;
This wedding cake may have the traditional five white tiers, but unfinished edges and minimalist flowers create a wholly modern look.
Shop similar: Sweet Art Bake Shop, prices vary;