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A Romantic Industrial Warehouse Wedding Planned by Maxwell + Gray

by Brynlee Handy

Planned by Maxwell + Gray, this industrial warehouse wedding is filled to the brim with romance and so many amazing artful floral installations! Caitlin and Zach tied the knot in the most lovely ceremony and moody reception to follow and its romantic design has us swooning! Bride Caitlin’s holiday bridal look was absolutely perfect for the season – a low updo coiffed with a red rose and a few romantic wispy pieces around her face as well as a glowy bridal glam and bold cranberry lip from artists at The Styling Stewardess. Since the bride and her family are from Texas and the groom and his family are from Colorado, guests were asked to choose a beer rather than choosing a side to sit on for the ceremony! The pair offered guests their choice of either Shiner for Texas or Fat Tire for Colorado and encouraged them to simply choose the seat with the best view. Bartending, delectable catering, as well as an expansive dessert bar all provided by Vestals Catering kept guests coming back for more treats throughout the night. Caitlin and Zach made sure to highlight their Boerboel Mastiff, Churro, with a late-night snack of churros in chocolate sauce served in cups with the pup’s sweet face, and joining them on the dessert table was buffet of cookies the groom’s mother and aunts baked in Denver and flew to Dallas for the wedding. According to the bride, the cookies almost didn’t make it through security at the Denver airport! Through all of its meaningful elements and breathtaking industrial warehouse wedding design, this entire day is full of so much romance, and it’s obvious these two were meant to be. Read on for a note from the bride about who one of her favorite wedding vendors was and why! Cheers to Caitlin and Zach!

Photo // Anna Haile Photo

From the bride: “We share a love for Cajun and southern comfort food, so Vestals Catering created a menu of passed boudin balls, crab cakes, blackened shrimp and grits, biscuits and honey butter and even tomato pie, which was a novelty for the Colorado guests.”


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Other Local Vendors: Hickory Street Annex, The Styling Stewardess, billie ball & co., Maxwell + Gray, Anna Haile Photo, The Southpaw Preachers