12 Picture Perfect Industrial Style North Texas Wedding Venues
by Miranda Fogel October 27
With a mile-long list of fabulous North Texas wedding venues, choosing the perfect space for your big day can be nothing short of a task. The rise of modern, industrial spaces is prevalent across the wedding industry, and the Dallas-Fort Worth area proves itself as a key player with ample venues to perfectly suit this style! We’ve rounded up a list of 12 picture perfect industrial style North Texas wedding venues to help you check out some what area has to offer. Scroll through and be sure to click through to your favorites for more details!
Trinity River Audubon Center: With incredible natural light, stunning architectural pieces, a forest backdrop and a field full of wildflowers, the Trinity River Audubon Center combines every good thing about industrial style and the outdoors into one gorgeous venue. Full of floor-to-ceiling windows, your big day will not lack in natural light or some of the best views around, making your day feel light, airy, and perfectly outdoorsy indoors. There’s no need to choose between having an outdoor ceremony surrounded by their breathtaking prairie setting or an indoor modern-industrial affair, because this venue gives you both with multiple outdoor and indoor spaces! The Trinity River Audubon Center is truly a picture-perfect venue for your dream industrial wedding!
Photo: Allen Tsai Photography
The Ostreum – Industrial lovers, this is THE wedding venue for you! The Ostreum is a hidden pearl inside an industrial warehouse in Fort Worth. The exposed beams throughout and the unique light fixtures add speakeasy flair to the space. Full of modern architecture and tons of charm, the Ostreum is an easy choice when choosing where to have your industrial wedding dream!
Photo: Matt Allen
Venue Forty|50 – With a few spaces on-site available for use on your big day, Venue Forty|50’s largest room features a more modern, elegant take on an industrial space, with high ceilings, clean lines and gorgeous, round iron chandeliers. Additional rooms include a large space capable of accommodating up to 300 guests ideal for a cocktail party or seated dinner, a patio often used for a pre-reception cocktail hour and a smaller, private room perfect for a bridal suite or chapel for smaller weddings.
Artspace111 – Set inside an industrial-like Fort Worth art gallery, Artspace111 is an ideal venue for an intimate wedding amidst two of the property’s unique sculpture gardens. An indoor gallery creates an interesting backdrop for a seated dinner or cocktail hour where guests can enjoy viewing the gallery’s newest collections and installations with bites and beverages crafted by one of the venues great catering options!
Photo: Grant Daniels
Brik Venue – White brick walls contrasted by dark wood floors give this industrial event space a more feminine and softer look, perfect for the bride who wants a look full of romance with a bit of an edge. With two levels, a quaint courtyard accessible from both levels and a private back porch area, a customizable flow for your wedding is easily achieved at Brik!
Photo: Charla Storey
Monroe Pearson – Designed with an industrial speakeasy in mind, Monroe Pearson has a large space with enticing photo-worthy details like exposed brick, Edison bulb chandeliers and multiple rooms to accommodate up to 350 guests. Wedding packages are customizable to suit your needs, but all include a free two-hour portrait session, string lights, tables, chairs and linens and use of on-site suites for getting ready.
Photo: Allen Tsai Photography
Brake and Clutch Warehouse – Set in Dallas’ trendy Deep Ellum neighborhood, this gorgeously artistic space combines unique design details with an earthy, rustic feel to bring the best in an industrial yet pretty venue! Decor elements available for use include farm tables, high cocktail tables, wine barrels, satellite bars and gift stations, eliminating the need to rent these additional spaces and adding an extra touch of rustic beauty to your space.
Photo: Jeff Brummett Visuals
Sixty Five Hundred – With the blank canvas that is provided at Sixty Five Hundred, it gives you the opportunity to have an intimate, simple setting or the large, extravagant wedding of your dreams. As a refurbished warehouse in central Dallas, Sixty Five Hundred provides a rustic yet modern feel that is sure to go with any type of design.
Photo: Allen Tsai Photography
The Empire Room – With ample indoor and outdoor space for entertaining your wedding guests, The Empire Room provides you with a clean space that you can mold to be whatever you would like. The Empire Room is located in the Design District of Dallas, which will provide your wedding guests with a trendy, modern vibe as they are celebrating your special day.
Photo: Apryl Ann Photography
The Station – Did someone say industrial farmhouse? The only answer you should have is The Station! Located in historic downtown McKinney, The Station is a mixture of salvaged and industrial modern materials. Their shiplap walls, black concrete countertops, iron fixtures, and roll up garage door pop perfectly against the bright white walls of the event space, making for the most picturesque industrial venue! A wedding full of vintage and industrial charm needs to be here!
Photo: Cassie Loree Photography
The Sound at Cypress Water – The Sound is the ultimate wedding venue for the adventurous and fun-loving couple! Their Town House venue is the place to look for all the industrial vibes on site! With gorgeous views of the surrounding neighborhoods, the exposed ceiling, and multiple unique light fixtures, what’s not to love? Plus, you’ll have the most unforgettable wedding weekend when you have your ceremony here – full of endless restaurants, shops, and adventure possibilities, the fun times will be remembered for years to come!
Take a peek at even more venues ranging in style from ballroom to rustic barn and everything in between on our Wedding Venues page!
Other Local Vendors: sixty five hundred, Brake & Clutch Warehouse, Venue Forty|50, The Station, Four Corners Brewing Company, The Sound at Cypress Water