A Chic Wedding at Phoenixville Foundry in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Megan Quinn (32 and a program analyst) and Michael Waidelich (32 and a contracting officer) wanted their wedding style to complement their venue. They

Megan Quinn (32 and a program analyst) and Michael Waidelich (32 and a contracting officer) wanted their wedding style to complement their venue. They had their reception at Phoenixville Foundry, a renovated factory built in the 1880s that was previously the site the Phoenix Iron and Steel Company. "It's a mix of industrial and elegant," Megan says of the space's look. This in mind, she and Mike chose a rustic chic style for their wedding decor. Befitting of this theme, their color palette was pale blush and ivory. Centerpieces of baby's breath, white hydrangeas and silver candlelit lanterns topped the gray reception tables. ?The long head table was covered in a lace-trim burlap table runner and decorated with low flower arrangements of roses and hydrangeas. To complete the tablescape, table numbers were engraved into small tree rings. Even the wedding invites had some rustic flair, with string light and lavender motifs beside the stylized script. And the couple incorporated the style into their look, with Megan in a pretty ivory lace sheath wedding dress and a birdcage veil and Mike wearing a lavender boutonniere on his lapel. In addition to the decor, one thing Megan and Mike focused on was their playlist for dancing. They entered their party to the tune of "Motown Philly" by Boyz II Men and kept their guests on the dance floor all night! Stephanie A. Smith Photography captured the day.

Hand-Painted Weddings created a pretty lavender invitation suite for Megan and Mike's wedding. The invites featured a motif of a pail of lavender with the couple's monogram on it. They also also had string light borders on the top.
Megan wore a birdcage veil on her wedding day. She wore bright red lipstick and styled her hair in loose curls. She accessorized her wedding dress with a delicate crystal belt.
Mike pinned a lavender boutonniere to his charcoal gray suit. He also wore a silver tie and a silver pocket square.
"When it came to the wedding day, I had a vision of accessories," Megan says. "I knew she wanted green shoes, fantastic emerald earrings and a birdcage veil.  That's about it." Megan looked beautiful in a ivory lace sheath wedding dress from BHLDN. She paired it with emerald green heels from SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker.
Megan carried a classic bouquet with blush roses, ivory ranunculus, white hydrangeas, baby's breath and dusty miller.
Megan's bridesmaids wore strapless, knee-length dresses in taupe by Monique Lhuillier. They paired their dresses with their own black heels and carried pink rose bouquets similar to Megan's bouquet.
Megan and Mike hired a trolley from Philadelphia Trolley Works to transport their guests from the church ceremony to the reception at Phoenixville Foundry.
Green Pashminas and Gray Groomsmen Suits
Centerpieces at the reception included silver candlelit lanterns beside small flower arrangements of white hydrangeas and baby's breath. There were also taller centerpieces made up of baby's breath. Table numbers were carved into small tree rings.
The long head table was covered with a lace-trim burlap runner and decorated with low centerpieces made up of pink roses, white hydrangeas and waxflowers.
The white wedding cake at the reception was created by Clay's Creative Corner Bakery. It was decorated with pink roses, ivory hydrangeas and baby's breath. Small flower arrangements on the cake table filled ceramic mugs that spelled out "Love."
First Dance at Phoenixville Foundry