Guess what yesterday marked everyone? The one-month out mark! It's crazy to think how fast this wedding is coming...it seems like just yesterday it was May of 2011 and we were running around looking at venues (and let me tell you, was that a crazy couple of weeks). One of my favorite venues we looked at was the Mill City Museum. It is SUCH gorgeous space...and I LOVE how they weaved touches of modern into the old ruins.
Although we didn't end up going this route, I do adore this historic style - especially in homes. One thing that Noel and I would looove to do (and yes, believe it or not, this is not just me talking, Noel has said he'd actually like to do this), is to convert an old warehouse/fire station/historic building, into a fun, modern loft. Since it's "Wedding Wednesday," I thought I'd give you all some eye candy of residential spaces reminiscent of the Mill City Museum's style. Prepare to drool.
Aren't these lofts just breathtaking? I'm so obsessed with the exposed brick and the exposed structures. Someday, Kirsten, someday.
Although we decided not to go this route for our wedding (our decision was swayed by this beautiful space)...
...we did incorporate it into our wedding through our engagement pictures.
So even if your dream space is booked, too expensive, or you just decide to go a different direction, there's no reason you still can't have it play a little role in your wedding!