industrial meets greenery

From Bri Cibene Photography “Before Jacksonville’s newest industrial venue, The Glass Factory, was officially open for weddings, a group of Jacksonville creatives decided to throw a launch party for local wedding vendors! The goal was to style the space like a real wedding, so that vendors would be able to show brides the space’s potential.”

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“When Amber (of Amber Nicole Portrait) and I first saw the space, we immediately envisioned greenery EVERYWHERE (which ended up being highly appropriate for the 2017 Pantone Color of the Year!). Because of how industrial the venue was, organic touches would soften it a bit and bring in a romantic touch. The building itself was built in 1936. It features brick walls, tall ceilings, and a wall of windows with original glass.”

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Photography: Bri Cibene Photography // Event Design: Loba Design Co. // Floral: Rose of Sharon European Florist // Wedding Cake: Alleycakes Bakery​ // Rentals: Southern Charm Events // Hair: Feathers and Foil // Makeup: Feathers and Foil // Event Design: Feathers and Foil // DJ: Generation Y Entertainment // Concept: Amber Nicole Portrait // Concept: Bri Cibene Photography // Rentals: Emily Grace Design // Wedding Dress: The White Magnolia Bridal Collection // Reception Venue: The Glass Factory in Jacksonville, Florida

About Sara Burnett

Editor of Burnett's Boards, which she founded to showcase global creativity in the wedding industry. Sara currently lives out of a suitcase while island hopping the Caribbean and beyond. Learn More // Follow on Instagram.