This chic Houston wedding combined stunning city views with industrial glam style! Isabelle and Chris envisioned a non-traditional wedding day that reflected their personal style and love of fashion. A warehouse venue in downtown Houston and the talents of planning and design team Chancey Charm created a unique design that felt less ‘cookie cutter’ and more fresh and modern! The bride’s sleek crepe wedding dress and the groom’s stylish dotted tux added to the dramatic details and pampas grass chandeliers Flora & Fauna used to add creative flair to this utterly fabulous day!
Downtown City Wedding with industrial glam style
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Isabelle is absolutely modern bride goals! Her Sarah Seven wedding dress from Houston boutique Lovely Bride cut a stunning figure in a long sleeve crepe dress with a high slit and a back cut out. The look was striking and minimalist all at once, with her long low hairstyle and stunning drop earrings adding life and movement to the chic wedding dress that suited the industrial glam style of the wedding.
Fashion played a big part in their love story, so it makes sense this stylish couple would put extra thought into their wedding day attire!
The bride shared their proposal story on a weekend getaway to New Orleans:
Chris tried to propose multiple times but the locations weren’t quite right. We got back to the hotel room and started getting ready for our dinner reservation. Once I was done getting dressed, I asked Chris if it looked okay (which he had already approved my outfit earlier that week). He made a face and said, “It’s missing something.” Well, I just about lost it. Anyone that knows me knows I love fashion and put a lot of thought into what I wear. I had no other options so I started huffing and puffing looking through my things. I turn around and Chris is down on one knee. He later told me that I’m extremely hard to distract and the only way he knew he could was to insult my outfit.
The couple chose a unique wedding venue in the heart of downtown Houston.
We wanted something timeless, chic, and original. We focused on industrial venues because we liked the modern feel. We chose our venue because it had a great location, in the middle of downtown Houston, with a great backdrop. We also loved that it is a historic building.
They chose the Sunset Coffee Building in Buffalo Bayou, and Skylar Caitlin of Chancey Charm Houston helped them plan a rooftop wedding ceremony. The eclectic white flowers, dried grasses, and preserved palm fronds Flora & Fauna worked into their aisle arrangements and ceremony arch paired perfectly with clear ghost chairs added to the airy and open feel of their outdoor wedding overlooking the city.
Time for photos! The Brothers Martens made moody magic in these newlywed photos of the wedding couple. Their utterly chic wedding day attire made waves, including the subtle dots on the groom’s suit from The Black Tux!
Their wedding reception combined warehouse venue atmosphere with industrial glam style! They kept the details light and neutral to complement the concrete floors. A neon monogram and free standing dried flower arrangements added non-traditional floral details and amazing texture to the reception decor!
Ghost chairs and hanging pampas grass chandeliers added to the industrial glam styling of the reception tables, with cloud-like arrangements hanging over the round guest tables.
The most important thing for us was having a well thought out, cohesive wedding that reflected us as a couple. The last thing we wanted was for our guests to go to a wedding that they’ve been to before. We tried to stay away from any overdone elements. We splurged on food and flowers, as we thought they’d be most impactful. We skipped ornate invitations and paper products, as those end up getting thrown out any way.
The couple executed their editorial wedding style with non-traditional floral arrangements and unique textural details, They incorporated the rough and raw elements of the warehouse space to amp up the urban atmosphere!
Minimalist table numbers, black pottery place settings, and preserved palm details gave their tables a modern edge in line with the couple’s downtown chic personal style.
Cakes by Gina created their minimalist white wedding cake with clusters of black berries to create a monochrome pop of dramatic detailing!
The bride rocked a tailored white suit for their reception as a nod to her love of fashion forward style!
WEDDING VENDORS –
Photography: The Brothers Martens | Houston Wedding Venue: Sunset Coffee Building | Beauty: Adorne Artistry | Wedding Planning: Skylar Caitlin for Chancey Charm Houston | Florist: Flora & Fauna | Wedding Cake: Cakes by Gina | Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven | Wedding Dress: Lovely Bride | Bride’s Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Clutch: Cult Gaia | Jewelry: Amelie George | Engagement Ring: Uptown Diamond | Groom’s Attire: The Black Tux | Officiant: Instant I Do | Event Rentals: Aztec Events & Tents | Catering: Cafe Natalie | Bar: Palace Party Beverage Co. | Entertainment: Mood by Moss | Entertainment: LG Entertainment | Stationery: Minted | Accommodations: Hotel Alessandra | PR: Published + Pretty | Submitted via: Matchology