Breweries tend to have a laidback, rustic feel—which we love—that’s often played up in weddings and events. But after seeing this wedding inspiration from Jennifer of Esq.Events Wedding Coordination + photog Li of Fat Orange Cat Studio, we’re totally into the idea of adding in all sorts of unexpected elements like they did at in Night Shift Brewing Boston. Take a look!
Hello, blue! Love all the bold jewel tones throughout the tablescape.
Jennifer tells it, The table runner was made of hops garland (an homage to the beer brewing location) and then nestled with flowers. Silver bistro chairs popped against the blue wall. Blue Duponi napkins were used to tie everything together. We did a naked style cake and then “flowered” the heck out of it. Placed on a rustic barrel the simplicity of the cake really works in the naked space. We created a beer tasting barrel station that features a tasting flight. Couples are so excited to feature their favorite beers and we thought this was a particularly great way to do that!
Beautiful inspiration! Don’t forget to click through the gallery above to see the rest.
Photographer: Li of Fat Orange Cat Studio / Venue: Night Shift Brewing / Planning, Coordination, & Design: Jennifer of Esq.Events Wedding Coordination / Flowers: Laura Jean Floral & Event Design / Hair: Brian Nunez at Anita Kurl Salon / Makeup: Danielle Austin Makeup / Cake: Guilty Bakery / Rentals: Peterson Party Center / Wedding Dress: Aria Dress from Flair Brides & Bridesmaids / Groom’s Attire: Snapsuits / Models: Jess of Champagne Thursday & Doug Levy