Romantic Flowers for an Industrial-Chic Wedding Venue

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Did somebody say “garland?” (Photo by Casey Crowe Taylor)

Today I wanted to share a little bit about Arielle and Nick’s D.C. wedding! Arielle is a wedding planner (Summer & Co Events: https://www.summercoevents.com/) who I adore working with, and I was so honored to contribute flowers when it was her turn to get married. To accent the artistic, industrial space at Long View Gallery, Arielle chose richly textured florals and long eucalyptus garlands for her wedding.

Garlands have a way of making reception tables feel more intimate, and they look great in industrial spaces. The garlands for this wedding had some special additions, like interspersed roses and thistles, and I loved how the dove grey taper candles added to the cozy and chic ambiance of the room.

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These bouquets were full of texture and unusual accent flowers, such as navy privet berries and white thistles. I loved the way the softness of the roses and dahlias played off of the unique textural accents.

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Eucalyptus table garlands with added floral accents in an industrial chic wedding venue. Photo by Casey Crowe Taylor
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The setup at Long View Gallery. Photo by Casey Crowe Taylor

The amazing vendors who contributed to Arielle and Nick’s wedding:

Venue: Long View Gallery, Washington, D.C. https://www.longviewgallerydc.com/

Photography: Casey Crowe Taylor https://caseycrowetaylor.com/

Catering: Well Dunn Catering www.welldunn.com

DJ: DJ Chizzau

Makeup: Erica Basha Bridal http://www.ericabashamua.com/

Hair: Fiddleheads DC http://fiddleheadsdc.com/

Event Lighting and Draping: 27 Studios https://www.27studiosav.com/

MJM Events and Staffing https://www.mjmeventstaffing.net/

Cake: Baked and Wired DC https://bakedandwired.com/