Looking for a unique venue for your big day? Boston Harbor Distillery has an interesting look and feel that could be perfect for our nontraditional couples out there. We know you hate putting yourselves into labeled boxes, so when we saw Cristen & Co.'s offbeat boho mixed with industrial chic wedding ideas in Boston we knew we just had to share them with you! Talk about blazing your own trail, this combo is new for us and we cannot get enough!
You can see more of this beautiful wedding inspiration and all the eclectic details that came together to make it truly one of a kind. Our full gallery is filled with plenty more to see thanks to the photographic talents of Move Mountains Co.
A Rich History To Play WithFrom Cristen & Co.: I love a space with a rich history and Boston Harbor Distillery was just that. Its origins of being an invention hub for Silas S. Putnam, to a yacht building by George Lawley & Sons Shipyard and the sweet ice cream confections by the Seymour Family, it truly is a unique space in itself. The delicious spirits distilled in this space are all named after its legacies! It cultivated our overall aesthetic of an Offbeat Industrial Vintage Wedding Weekend Celebration.
Cozy Little Industrial Wedding
My inspiration not only came from the Distillery itself but the idea of cozying up to a toasty fire in a rustic exposed beamed cabin, wrapped in fur with a stiff old fashioned gathered with your partner, family and friends. There is something perfectly romantic about a winter wedding nestled up with your love. We combined rich tones of rustic reds, midnight blues, clarets with subtle shuttle grays and alto beiges that complimented the space and season precisely. We added some masculine undertones that paired well with the wintry distillery environment like leathers, wood, textured linen napkins and even the pub mix that was set on each place setting.