Posted by Joan Trefz on April 06, 2015
With their charming exposed brick walls, concrete floors, and distressed metal features, it’s no surprise that old mills, factories, railroad stations, distilleries and the like have become such popular venues for hosting weddings and other celebrations. If you love this time-worn, urban aesthetic but are unsure how to incorporate it into your event, here are some modern industrial wedding décor pieces that will help you achieve the look!
The angled shapes, muted metallics, and rough textures of these industrial-inspired pieces lend themselves well to both neutral and bold wedding color palettes. I especially love the personality and balance created by pairing these cool hued industrial accents with organic elements like natural wood, fresh flowers, and greenery!
Help your guests find their seat with these unique self-standing table numbers, die-cut from distressed metal.
These small metal favor boxes have a charming aged finish and are perfect for succulent favors, wrapped sweets, and more.
These cement-looking mini planters are actually made of easy to use, lightweight resin! Just add your favorite fresh blooms or small plants to create a diy wedding centerpiece with subtle industrial charm.
Another great option for your diy industrial wedding centerpieces, this set of three vintage inspired mason jars comes with a wire basket holder and mesh lids – perfect for arranging your flowers and greenery!
Invite your guests to write their well-wishes is this handcrafted mink suede guest book, featuring handmade off-white paper and a wraparound tie closure for added character.
Impress your guests with distinctive, eco-friendly zinc tags! These versatile metal utility tags are perfect for use as place cards, escort card displays, favor tags, or dessert labels. Tip: write on them with white liquid chalk markers, available at your local craft stores like Michaels and Hobby Lobby – the ink dries and does not spear easily, but can also be whipped off with a damp cloth if you want to use the tags again!
I love classic galvanized tin buckets incorporated in wedding décor – especially lining the ceremony aisle and overflowing with baby’s breath or hydrangeas…swoon.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this modern industrial wedding inspiration! As always, feel free to shoot me an email if there is anything I can help you find.