The beauty of industrial wedding venues is that they don’t need much done to them to get them wedding-ready – all you need is great styling, a bounteous team, and an eye-catching focal point.
Cat from Fin Flükra created all of this in this gorgeous shoot at The Engine Works; compiling a sumptuous minimalist aesthetic with an a-team of cool Scottish wedding suppliers and a giant understated foliage backdrop from Briar Rose Flowers. She shows that minimalist doesn’t mean boring or underwhelming or uninspiring; done right, in fact, minimalist design makes for maximum impact. With a focus on boughed, plentiful foliage, adorned with taper candles, festoon lighting and geometric copper tealight holders, they’ve transformed the Engine Works into a chic wedding paradise.
Laura Elizabeth Patrick kept to the geometric theme with stunning stationery that combined calligraphy with modern shapes, and Cecilia Stamp Jewellery was the perfect choice for accessories as she’s known for her angular yet organic designs. The Flossy & Dossy dress was also a masterclass in minimalist chic with a sleek silhouette and simple (but drop dead gorge) cut. Yes then!
If you want to come see this brick-wall venue of dreams in the flesh then head to our wedding market on January 20th! The space will be full ot the brim with incredible, creative wedding suppliers. For the full lowdown and to save some pennies on entry head here!
- Photography: Fotomaki Photography
- Planner: Fin Flükra
- Venue: The Engineworks
- Stationery: Laura Elizabeth Patrick
- Jewellery: Cecilia Stamp Jewellery
- Flowers: Briar Rose Flowers
- Dresses: Flossy and Dossy
- Kilt: A1 Kilt Hire
- Furniture: Wooden Bench Hire Company
- Cake: Rosewood Cakes
- Hair: Maddison Styling
- Make-Up: Carla Haley Makeup
- Lights, linens and chairs: Makebelieve Events
- The Green Cockatoo: Glasses
- Dinner Plates: Bespoke Catering
- Videography: Chris Kelly Films