In case you missed it: industrial chic is in. Scroll through any social media platform for wedding inspiration and you’ll find inventive industrial locations and modern decor.
Industrial event venues allow couples to flex their creativity, using existing raw elements to create a wedding experience that suits them.
Making the Space Work for a Wedding
Most converted, industrial event spaces mean plenty of room for your guests! (At Vue Columbus we can easily accommodate 280 guests, without feeling crowded.)
These wide open spaces also lend themselves to customization. So a smaller wedding can still feel intimate in a big venue with the addition of moveable walls, backdrops, and thoughtfully-placed lighting.
And don’t forget that the majority of these venues have concrete or hardwood floors. That means you’ve got a built-in dance floor as large as you’d like!
Plus, you’ll likely find that your venue is in a cool, urban location that creates a modern vibe and stunning outdoor photo opps.
Whatever your vision for your wedding, an industrial venue can create the canvas for you to make it a reality.
Industrial Chic Weddings at Vue Columbus
At Vue Columbus, our 7,000 square feet of event space boasts exposed brick, poured concrete, reclaimed wood, natural light and plenty of greenery. These resources create an excellent canvas for your wedding vision, be it modern, elegant or minimalist.
“Many couples tell us they love having a venue where additional decorations are optional,” says Jenn Patterson, associate director of wedding and events at Vue Columbus.
“Our facility was designed with this flexibility in mind,” she added. “So couples can choose from several distinct locations for wedding ceremonies and add as much, or little, decor to our facility as they choose.”
The variety of textures and materials used in Vue’s industrial venue provides a fantastic environment for your wedding photos!
Contact us today to tour our industrial event venue and picture your wedding at Vue!
Featured image of wedding party against brick background by Ashley Wallace Photography.