The saying, “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue” takes a new spin in this industrial warehouse wedding. After meeting on bumble, Mackenzie and Connor couldn’t wait to say “I do” at BRIK Special Event Venue in Fort Worth, Texas. This historic 100 year-old building provides a clean, open space with industrial charm to create the wedding of your dreams. This couple tied in the timeless tradition of “something blue” through their rustic wedding details. Most brides wear something blue, but instead they added shades of blue throughout their ceremony and reception. Months in advance beautiful white and blue invitation suites by Brown Fox Creative were sent out to the wedding guests giving a little insight for what was to come. From the bridesmaids’ dusty blue dresses to the groom’s navy suit, shades of blue were tastefully woven through the wedding party. Mackenzie was radiant in her lace, sweetheart neckline gown from Patsy’s, A Bridal Boutique with hair and makeup by Tease to Please Hair and Makeup.
Throughout the venue, centerpieces were filled with blue hydrangeas and elegant tablescapes that truly brought the room to life. Mackenzie added elements like a 1966 camper bar with custom drinks called “The Bumble Bee” and “The Sooner” to pay tribute to the groom’s alma mater and the couple’s meeting on bumble. The reception had a live band that brought unmatched energy and kept the guests glued to the dance floor. The band even played a rendition of their first dance song, “All I’ll Never Need” by Anderson East that Mackenzie and Connor will never forget. Scroll to see all of the something blue details that make up this industrial wedding. Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Horn!
Photo // Brittany Partain Photography
From the bride: “Throughout wedding planning, I was consistently reminded that the purpose of the celebration was about our marriage and not just the wedding we were planning! In light of this, I learned how important it is to be fully present in all of the celebrations and planning. We learned to plan with open hands as inevitably things may not turn out how you had originally pictured they would. Even still, everything turned out much more beautiful than I ever imagined!”