News flash, lovelies. Vintage and rustic glam have faced some heated competition over the last year. Today’s industrial chic city wedding in Chicago is all the proof you need to illustrate the latest style blend rage. With the over the top floral and greenery blend by Stems and Café Brauer at the Lincoln Park Zoo as the backdrop, Monica and Corey’s multi-cultural day seamlessly infused vintage and rustic elements that hit on this wedding vibe craze. An indoor garden ambience carries through from the ceremony to the reception while Monica in her stunning Pronovias gown took center stage. Ann & Kam Photography and Cinema beautiful capture the details of an unforgettable industrial chic city wedding in Chicago that clearly was blossomed with love and laughter.
Industrial Chic City Wedding in Chicago
Café Brauer is one of Chicago’s most highly prized gems for a venue and there’s plenty of reasons. The historic landmark offers an earth toned elegance with a soaring skylight roof, Tiffany-inspired glass chandeliers and stained glass windows. Add to that the green toned metal framework against the brick interior and it is exactly what defines this trending theme. The design and décor team transformed the same space elegantly with an easy transition from ceremony to reception. Accenting the room with a modernized urban glam feel by hanging hundreds of singular votive candles that provided a nice geometric accent and ultimately drew focus to the splendid greenery chandelier installment. The tall cream, pale pink and soft peach lush floral that flanked the aisle were then used to adorn table tops for a healthy dose of glam as the wooden chairs used in the ceremony and reception added to the rustic touch achieving that beautiful feel for an industrial chic city wedding in Chicago. Prior to this garden wonderland ceremony, Monica and Corey began the weekend festivities with an Indian Sangeet on Friday night. Her western ceremony she chose a beautiful Pronovias ball gown with a detailed bodice that is reminiscent of the greenery’s vine texture played out through her décor.