An Industrial, Bohemian Wedding at The Glass Factory in Jacksonville, Florida
Danielle Jones always wanted to get married in the fall, but she ended up with a March wedding to her husband, Scotty Jones. Nevertheless, the couple still incorporated moody pinks, reds and greens into their color palette, embracing a "bohemian meets romantic and industrial" theme. This was largely brought to life through the venue: The Glass Factory in Jacksonville, Florida, which was covered with exposed brick and distressed wood. Vintage-inspired flower arrangements in romantic pink shades also tied into the vision. Scotty wore a custom olive-green suit with the wedding date (March 22, 2019) embroidered on the inside pocket. The bride went with a bohemian A-line gown with a tulle skirt and slit, as well as classic white flats. Danielle's bridesmaids wore mismatched red dresses, which went perfectly with their moody bouquets. The ceremony took place in an expansive loft with high ceilings. "Faith is a large part of what drives our lives, so we wanted our first act as a married couple to be worshipping together," Danielle says. "One of Scotty's groomsmen is a very talented musician, and he played guitar and led everyone in worship." The reception held the same industrial-meets-bohemian aesthetic—and it was dressed up with a large pink flower arrangement hanging above the head table. "I thought it was so stunning, and I couldn't help but look up at it throughout dinner and the speeches," Danielle says.