Lucinda and Jonathan’s industrial Florida Saltblock Hospitality wedding was beautiful.
From the bride: “We chose the venue because of the exposed brick. It’s an older venue, bonus points for being a coffee establishment, and a place we can go back to and revisit.”
A lot of the details were arranged around the couple’s florist, Williams Wildflowers. They use Florida-native wildflowers and other locally sourced, sustainable plants harvested from their fields.
The venue for this industrial Florida wedding was a restored auto showroom built in the 1920s, connected to one of the couple’s favorite coffee shops. The space itself provided a great starting point for decoration inspiration.
If the new husband and wife had to choose a theme or style, it would probably be “romantic” and “modern bohemian.”
Their color palette was inspired by Florida wildflowers. The overall feel of their celebration was relaxed and joy-filled. While modern and industrial, the decor still managed to be tropical and timeless.
Venue: Saltblock hospitality //DJ: Big Man Productions//Reception Venue: Saltblock hospitality//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Bonobos//Dress Store: Isabel O’Neil Bridal Collection//Hair Stylist: Salon Brazyl//Equipment Rentals: A Chair Affair, Inc.//Bakery: Publix//Caterer: Salt Block Catering//Floral Designer: William’s Wildflowers//Event Planner: Blue Skies Events//Photographer: Ashley Izquierdo