So, you’re getting married! Congratulations!! But before you panic and ask “WHERE DO I START?!” – we’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of our 3 favorite Industrial Wedding Venues in Philadelphia & South Jersey. So if you’re wrapped up in ideas for how to keep your guests sipping espresso or having your ceremony under a bridge instead of being fully traditional, read on to see our favorite places for the best wedding ever!
An industrial venue will give your wedding an edgy, unique feel. Make sure to visit a few different venues before making your final decision. Some interesting examples of industrial wedding venues include warehouses, factories and converted lofts. These types of venues provide a unique and memorable setting for your big day. When it comes to wedding venues, Philadelphia and South Jersey offer plenty of industrial-chic options. If you’re looking for a space that’s unique, stylish, and a little bit out-of-the-box, consider checking out these venues:
Once a barrel factory, Front & Palmer is a great choice for couples who really want an industrial vibe. With beautiful wood floors & original brick wall, the textures of the space mix wonderfully with the artistic & modern decor
If you’re really into funky spaces with lots of amazing artwork, then Artesano is for you! Their ceremony building is a renovated substation, just under the Manayunk bridge. With beautiful old windows adorned with creative iron sculpture, this is a space like no other!
Stella’s is the perfect marriage (pun intended!) of beautiful views and fun, modern spaces. Renovated from forgotten waterfront properties in New Hope, and right next to historic Bucks County Playhouse, each room has stunning views and modern and eclectic furniture.
A storied & historic space, brought to life by DiBruno Brothers catering, this refurbished bank is the perfect space for your more intimate but modern wedding. Giant windows, high ceilings and old vaults make for a breathtaking space.
Industrial weddings are often very minimalist, so don’t go overboard with the decorations. A few simple touches will suffice. Industrial spaces can be quite versatile, so you’ll have lots of freedom when it comes to choosing things like table settings, flowers, and other decorations. However, it’s important to keep in mind that less is often more when it comes to industrial weddings. Keep your decor simple and stylish to make the most of the space. Most of all, HAVE FUN!