As wedding season started to slow, a venue caught Hannah Strickler of Design the Day’s eye. “As soon as you step into The Tinker House, it is so easy to get caught up in the endless possibilities of creating and what is possible in the space,” she says.
The gorgeous locale offered a lot of natural wood and unique, copper elements. Inspired, Hannah created a moody, copper-infused palette that also featured maroon, navy and dark green. The ever-popular farm table used in the tablescape echoed the same dark feel with copper chargers, black flatware and black-stemmed glassware.
With more and more brides planning weddings with an industrial feel, Hannah wanted to present something a little out of the box. The bridal look offered the perfect bit of edge with tulle, high slits and a two-piece design. The look was completed with an equally edgy ponytail, smoky eye, and deep lip detail. The unique look and feel continued with the florals as well. The hanging floral installation was nothing short of eye-catching and featured moody hues, hanging Amaranthus, berries and Edison bulbs.
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