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When Austin and Noel's first venue burned down before they could say "I do," they went with plan B; and my what a back up plan it was! They turned this modern location into a warm and inviting space that is sure to put your jaw on the floor. Want to see more of their fabulous french industrial wedding ideas? Check out the full gallery here, it is chalk full of great images all captured by Chelsea Mitchell Photography.

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wintery white wedding bouquet

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custom totes from the Wedding Chicks Shop

Your Guests will Totes Love This

Feeling generous? Why not put together a gift bag for your guests to say "We are so glad you are here!" And the whole thing comes together with a super cute tote from the Wedding Chicks Shop. Seriously, go check out the tons of fun designs you can choose from and customize, you'll totes love it!

vintage guestbook table

vintage industrial lounge

photobooth sign and props

Industrial + Vintage = Fabulous

From the Bride:With a passion for interior design, Noel prioritized the ambiance and hired Adorned Event Designs out of California. They created a “French Industrial” theme, complete with farm tables, vintage rentals, and rustic but glamorous touches, including a baby’s breath chandelier. DIY projects included a rope swing (a big hit with guests) and corked bottles of herb-infused olive oil that served as both escort cards and favors.

industrial warehouse reception

olive oil wedding favors

warm wooden table with candle centerpieces

moss covered table numbers

Are you in love with Austin and Noel's moss covered table numbers? Well stay tuned and learn just how to make them a little later today!

Literary Inspired Ceremony

Austin and Noel’s best friend led the ceremony, which began with the surprise appearance of a Pope hat and a recreation of the famous wedding scene from The Princess Bride. And since the bride and groom are both writers, they wrote their own vows. Other writer-ly touches included a dictionary guest book, where each guest was instructed to circle a word that they felt best described the couple, and hanging sculptures created out of old books.

bistro light ceremony backdrop

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