This "Love Is Concrete" wedding inspiration is perfect for couples who love a traditional look with a bit of edge. The softness of the monochromatic palette and the modern and industrial feel of The Pannikin Building is the perfect blend. 540 Weddings and Events was first inspired by neutral and muted colors. Their idea was to let each piece stand out on its own while conceptualizing a cohesive look. For the reception space, they went with a natural table that would allow the other pieces to shine. The place setting was made up of white stoneware, while the honeycomb salad plate added a bit of texture to the natural dinner plates. The custom wood menu cards were designed to allow the napkins to be woven through. The cream-colored flatware was an unexpected touch but complemented the neutral tablescape perfectly. The centerpieces tied the whole event together with a mix of high and low branches, giving height to the minimalistic table décor, with roses weaved throughout to marry the industrial theme with elements of a traditional wedding.
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