A Romantic + Industrial Wedding at The Engine Room
My number one piece of advice for couples is to make the day about them. Hannah and Garrett did just that at their industrial Engine Room wedding in North Georgia. No bridal party. No set schedule. No stress. Just pure joy and intention – the perfect reflection of how these guys are in their real life.
For people who are in between a big wedding and eloping, this is a day you can get behind. It pairs the low key aspects of eloping, keeping the focus on the couple, with traditional elements of a wedding day so that you can celebrate each other and your friends and family.
You can see the modern design touches in all of their details. JL Designs did an incredible job with the florals, pairing a romantic feel with the industrial look of The Engine Room. Garrett designed their invitation suite because he is a magical artist wizard.
The Engine Room has a quirky little space for the groom to get ready -complete with a pool table and plenty of natural light for getting ready photos.
An Engine Room wedding has so much character to it. The outdoor ceremony space is an industrial dream with tons exposed brick. The interior’s pops of green and rows of windows allow you to keep decor to a minimum and let the building to do the work for you. Hannah and Garrett had a summer wedding, but this look could have easily worked for any other season.
Jay, from One Night Entertainment, is my favorite DJ out there. The weddings he DJs at are seriously the most fun and you’ve got a built in hype man. You can even end your night mixing a little yourself.
Hannah changed into this stunning lace jumper for her reception. It may or may not have been paired with all the props from the photo booth! I love a gal who isn’t afraid of a little outfit change.
Looking for more weddings? Check out Jessica + Chandler’s winter wedding at Callanwolde Fine Arts.