Forget about muted neutrals and minimalism–for their wedding, this couple wanted to go bold! Bright colors like hot pink, flirty fuchsia, bright orange, and a burning red called “hot tamale” made up the color palette. It may sound like a lot, but we promise, all of these bold colors played nicely together against this industrial backdrop with rustic wood elements. Modern silhouettes and acrylic accents like ghost chairs for the ceremony also gave this wedding a distinctly playful vibe. Events by Chrissie Sue and Whitlock & Cooper Events were entrusted with bringing this colorful vision to life. Together they created a variety of tablescapes featuring different elements from the overall theme. Warehouse XI was the perfect venue for this bold wedding. Its black and white palette allows the bright colors to pop and really make a statement. 309 Productions and Candid Memories Studio didn’t miss a minute of the excitement and 309 Productions also captured every special moment on video. To see more from this fun-filled Boston celebration, check out the full gallery and keep reading to hear about how this beautiful day unfolded.


The bride, Jamie, and her lovely bridesmaids got ready together at the venue. She wore a modern crepe mermaid gown from Glo Bridal paired with bold geometric earrings by Autumn Fever Designs. Her girls rocked the wedding’s color palette with flirty coral and hot pink ruffled dresses with an asymmetrical hem for some added fun. Edra Couture Bridal was there to get the ladies all glammed up for the big day. The bride wore her hair up in a tousled updo and natural, glowy makeup, while the bridesmaids sported matching updos with braid crowns. The groom looked equally dazzling in a red velvet tuxedo jacket with black satin lapels, while his groomsmen wore mix and match blue and black tuxes from Hive & Colony.


A custom pink, coral, and orange wooden backdrop awaited the couple as they made their way down the aisle. On either side of the backdrop were rattan planters with an array of tropical greenery. Guests took their seats in clear acrylic ghost chairs and waited for the bride to grace the aisle. Amy Littlefield from American Marriage Ministries performed a beautiful heartfelt ceremony and the two exchanged their personalized vows.


After the ceremony, guests made their way out to the courtyard where some delectable treats awaited them. Tapped Beer Trucks kept them refreshed while Blanches Ice Cream tickled their tastebuds with something sweet. The guests weren’t the only ones who enjoyed the outdoor cocktail hour, the couple’s fur baby also made an appearance to congratulate his parents on finally tying the knot!

When the guests came back inside, the ceremony space had been entirely transformed to reveal a variety of tablescapes, each more exciting than the last. From custom record chargers and citrus accents to edible favors, there were so many fun elements for the guests to discover. For the base, most of the tables were dressed in neutral linens or were kept bare to expose the raw natural wood for a more rustic feel. Gold and orange took center stage for the table decor and really warmed the space, providing the perfect romantic ambiance for their reception.

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