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Pampas Grass and Blush Accents – An Industrial Chic Wedding at The Engine Room

Bre & Myles blew us away with their trendy best day ever at one of Monroe, Georgia’s newest and coolest venues, The Engine Room. This historic mill’s white-washed brick, vintage chandeliers and dreamy reception space make it a unique and beautiful blank canvas to design the wedding of your dreams. Fox and Film takes us back to this very special day, capturing every stunning detail and sweet memory.

We’ll start with all of the blush. From the soft ribbon tied around the bride’s epic bouquet by Beyond the Blooms to her rad heels and those pretty Showpo Bridal bridesmaid dresses, the shades were all different but complimented each other perfectly. To tie it all together, Bre chose pampas grass, and lots of it. The soft accent sprayed out of her bouquet, decorated the ceremony alter, and stood proudly in centerpieces on each reception table. We love this alternative to greenery and the neutral tones paired with blush florals and the blues and greens of the weathered paint on the venue’s brick walls worked beautifully together.

Our favorite moments? Absolutely when Bre and Myles met back to back to read their vows and the reaction from Myles when he saw his bride for the first time. There is so much joy in these photos its impossible not to smile when you’re looking at them! We also love the downtown Monroe adventure the newlyweds went on before joining their reception. And lastly, the end of the night. We love the photos taken alone, under twinkle lights, as Bre and Myles soaked in the amazingness of the day and the fact they were husband and wife. Congrats you two!! Welcome to Married Life and thank you for sharing your Pinterest-worthy wedding day with us! XOXO

Vendors.
Venue. The Engine Room
Photographer. Fox and Film
Design and Florals. Beyond the Blooms
Bridesmaid Dresses. Showpo Bridal
Makeup. Wanessa Costa
Cake. Teeta Cakes
Bride’s Dress. David’s Bridal
Invitations. Crush Papers
Ties. The Tie Bar

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