Brewery Weddings Are Officially a Thing and We Couldn’t Be *Hoppier*
Even if you tend to pick summer cocktails over craft beer, a brewery is an A+ choice for a summer wedding venue. Think about it: You don't have to worry about the unexpected summer shower, the industrial/rustic vibe is easy to embellish with centerpieces, and they usually have the best food trucks and caterers on speed dial. And how many other wedding venues can you tour and re-visit after your big day? Click through to see why you may need to book your local brewery for you and your partner's nuptials.
Hidden Photo Opportunities: Wander around the venue for some seriously charming and candid shots. We love everything about this photo, from the bride's hair to the aged barrels. (via Porter Watkins / Pop! Wed Co)
All of the Lights: It's amazing how a few strands of sparkly lights and some simple fabric elevate this ceremony. (via Eleven:11 Photography / Rhinegeist)
Dreamy Bar Scenes: A brewery bar should be nothing short of spectacular. The copper tones, vintage lighting, and eye-catching arrangement have this setup *glowing*. (via Michael Ferire / Brussels Event Brewery)
Lofty + Open Spaces: The contrast between the soft natural light and industrial setting here make for a breathtaking reception area. (via Root Photography / Lustre Events)
Barrel Backdrop: If you aren't sure how to frame the ceremony space, just add show-stopping centerpieces to the rustic barrels for a symmetrical and stunning backdrop. (via Erin Hoyt / Revolution Brewing)
Beers and Blooms: If we need to drink a few beers to end up with these gorgeous arrangements, then sign us up. (via Revolution Brewing)
Steel a Kiss: Take advantage of the beautiful work that goes down at the brewery and snap a photo where the magic happens. We never thought fermenter tanks could be so romantic. (via Angela Renée Photo)
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Allison Collins lives in Denton, Texas with her husband and two dogs. She is a honky tonk connoisseur, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and proud member of the West Texas Cloud Appreciation Society.