21 IMAGES THAT PROVE WAREHOUSES ARE THE COOLEST WEDDING VENUE
There really is something about a warehouse that inspires the creator inside me.Whether old and abandoned and or modern and loved, warehouses are a giant blank canvas and such fun to work with. The broken down walls are added shelving space, the concrete floors and walls give the venue an edge, whilst the old steel beams provide character and charm, as well as a handy place to hang decor. So if your looking to tie the knot in a warehouse but not sure where to start we have gathered some of our favourite warehouse weddings to provide plenty of inspiration, so that your wedding venue will be the coolest one around on your wedding day.
Industrial Warehouse Wedding: With wildflower filled troughs, a giant rainbow coloured ribbon installation, relaxed trestle tables and mismatched seating this wedding decor is pretty epic!
Photo by Boots Photography
Industrial Warehouse Inspired Wedding: It’s hard to believe that you can create an entire wedding setup in one warehouse but this inspiration proves that it can be done and just how good it looks! Old vintage chairs line the aisle, whilst a fun floral heart marks the altar, this is proof that warehouses don’t have to be dark and dingey.
Whimsical Warehouse Inspiration: Featuring bright pops of colour against whitewashed walls and funky furniture, there’s nothing industrial about this warehouse, it’s all types of whimsical instead.
Photo by Dan O’Day via Green Wedding Shoes
Modern Scottish Warehouse Wedding: Now this is a wedding that won’t be forgotten in a hurry. This stylish warehouse celebration in Glasgow was described by the bride as a big dirty/pretty party for their loved ones and wasn’t traditional in the slightest. We think this will be a firm favourite with our readers.
DIY Industrial Geometric Wedding: Remember how I said steel features come in handy for hanging decor? This is the perfect example of how to fill your warehouse reception space with florals using these old features that would be hard to find in any other type of venue.
Cosy Urban Winter Warehouse Wedding: Warehouses are often viewed as cold and heartless but this wedding proves just how cosy and romantic they can really be!
Photo by Smitten & Hooked via Rock n Roll Bride
Couple Shoot in an Abandoned Warehouse: If your looking for something a little more minimalistic just adding a few simple but stylish decor ideas will still add some flair to your space and don’t forget to make the most of the setting with some edgy photos.
Photo by Gore Vázquez via Green Wedding Shoes
Abandoned Warehouse Wedding in Spain: When it comes to creating your own unique wedding, sometimes you need to break a few rules. Instead of opting for a traditional wedding venue, Yago and Alberto chose to hold their ceremony and reception at an abandoned winemaking warehouse at Costa de Morte in Spain.
A Beautiful Mess Wedding: We have been fans of lifestyle blog A Beautiful Mess for years now! Emma and Elsie are the queens of home makeovers and DIY, so when Elsie announced she was getting married we always knew it was going to be full of DIY awesomeness and definitely not your typical wedding. Therefore is probably not surprising that even though Elsie’s wedding took place over 5 years ago now, we are still talking about it!
Photo by Nickel City Studios Via Rock n Roll Bride
Super Cool Abandoned Warehouse Wedding: It’s hard to believe that this wedding isn’t a styled shoot as it really is that beautiful! The vision for this wedding was an old abandoned warehouse, that was slowly being taken over by nature, who was looking to claim back its space.
Private Industrial Warehouse Wedding: This is a fantastic example of how warehouses provide couples with a blank space on which they can express themselves.
Photo by Marije van der Leeuw via Bespoke Bride
Bohemian Adventures in an Abandoned Dutch Warehouse: This shoot oozes chic industrial vibes and reminds us that all you need to create the wedding of your dreams is “a little bit of imagination and out-of-the-box thinking and you can create a unique wedding just about anywhere.”
Classic London Wedding: This warehouse is such a beautiful space! Full of character, thanks to the architecture of lots of different eras, dilapidated walls and flooded with natural light, it’s not surprising that this warehouse in London is a popular choice for couples who are looking for unique spin on their wedding day.
Industrial Warehouse Wedding in Spain: One of the best things about warehouses is that they offer a classy yet laid back alternative to an otherwise very formal occasion as this wedding proves.
Merlot & Berry Warehouse Wedding Inspiration: No matter what your theme, warehouses will suit just about any theme, from boho luxe to funky 70’s vibes and everything in between, as this shoot demonstrates.
Photo by Dan O’Day via Green Wedding Shoes
Laid back Australian Warehouse Wedding: I love how diverse warehouses can be and this wedding is the perfect example of how two contrasting themes can come together to create something so beautiful. The boho vibe of the bride’s gown and floral crown paired with the dark and edgy venue makes this wedding so stunningly beautiful and we think you will agree.
Photo by Love Me Tender Photo via Bespoke Bride
Wedding in Black: This shoot took place inside an abandoned warehouse which was the main inspiration for the decor, old tyres, recycled pallet wood and vintage metal was used for decor and highlighted the dark and industrial theme.
Photos by Jasmine Star via Green Wedding Shoes
Crafty Wedding Inspiration in a Vintage Warehouse: Any space suits DIY but none more so than a warehouse. The boho inspired yarn elements and lush, vibrant florals have us smitten.
Photo by Nikole Ramsay via Hello May
Bright Industrial Inspiration: This is how to transform a raw, industrial space into a bright contemporary wedding venue.
Gritty Wedding Shoot in an Abandoned Warehouse: Abandoned warehouses provide great opportunity for beautifully gritty images with atmosphere.
Sparkly DIY Heavy Brixon Warehouse Wedding: If you prefer something a little more glam, this one is for you. The golden pinwheels and vintage touches add a touch of glitz. Not to mention, the other subtle metallic features and the odd flash of pretty fairly light, add just the right amount of sparkle.
Are you dreaming of a warehouse wedding? Let us know your favourites from above. We would love to hear from you.