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#City / Urban,
#Loft / Warehouse / Industrial,
#Historic / Landmark Building,
A weathered gold frame, topped with a spray of pine, establishes the wintry-industrial vibe immediately!
Company 251 is an ultra-cool luxury venue now, but back when it was built in 1908, the building was the headquarters of the International Harvester Manufacturing Co. That’s some serious historic cred!
This rich red winter bouquet is lush with red and white roses, protea, pine, juniper, and hypericum berries.
The groom’s look is classic luxury, thanks to his French cuff shirt and black suspenders.
Two good boys!
You can’t get more classic than black, white, and gold, as evidenced by this stunning bridal party posed under a modern gold chandelier.
This industrial-chic venue feels open and airy thanks to white open-beamed ceilings, gleaming wood and cement floors, and big, bright windows.
The bridesmaids’ bouquets are a wintry mix, but the good kind—eucalyptus, juniper, pine branches and pinecones.
We’ve never seen a couple look more at home on a plush leather couch with a fur throw. These two are glam personified.
We’re obsessed with this festive ceremony setup, from the mini-forest of lit Christmas trees at the altar to the wreath-circled glass votives lining the aisle.
Costume change! The groom’s party look is all about that chic white jacket.
Milk & cookies are the ultimate comfort dessert, especially when it’s chilly.
Wedding Ceremony and Reception Venue: Company 251
Wedding Photographer: Nicodem Creative
Wedding Catering: Moveable Feast
Wedding Flowers: Bloome
Bridal Hair: Marek Ashley Salon
Bridal Makeup: Samantha Ryan
Wedding Dress Shop: Lovely Bride
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