A Glam Modern Industrial Wedding at The Foundry at Puritan Mill in Atlanta, Georgia

Crystal-draped centerpieces, sequined linens and Chanel-inspired stationery lent a glamorous edge to Brittany Cabil (29 and works in nursing) and Justin Taggart’s (30 and an account manager) spacious, brick-lined venue.

“We liked the idea of booking a blank canvas,” Brittany says of their industrial venue. “We chose The Foundry because it allowed us to create a space that truly embodied us as a couple.” As a nod to the bride’s love of Chanel, the paper goods were printed using the French brand’s signature black font.

The couple cut into a classic vanilla cake filled with white chocolate and raspberries.

Bridesmaids wore white, while Brittany rocked embellished canvas sneakers laced with pink ribbon for a look that complemented her blush organza gown. “My dress was absolutely perfect,” she says. “My mom picked it out, but I knew it was the one after I saw my grandmother in tears once I walked out of the dressing room.”

All nine groomsmen accessorized with subtle houndstooth bow ties and polka dot pocket squares.

Fashion-forward details included a fondant groom’s cake that listed the couple’s wedding vendors on the cover of an edible issue of GQ. Later in the evening, the newlyweds slipped into custom white jackets that Airbrush Streetwear emblazoned with “just married” graffiti art.