Megan and Kevin put an entirely new twist on a traditional garden wedding by literally creating a garden in the middle of a warehouse. The raw industrial energy of Thompson’s Point allowed them the flexibility to fill the the space with trees, sod, and wood accents to set a natural romantic vibe. Every delicate detail stayed true to the theme, from the antique box used for the ring warming ceremony to the arbor covered in some of the most realistic-looking paper flowers we’ve ever seen. The greenery and fresh wildflowers spread across every table were the exact pops of color and texture needed to add warmth and movement to the space. Cortney Vamvakias Photography beautifully captured this wedding’s romantic industrial meets nature vibe.
Megan and Kevin
Thompson’s Point, Portland, Maine
The venue was so raw, and I wanted to bring nature in, so it led to this industrial meets nature feel.
We built an indoor park with trees from my fathers land, the wedding flowers and bouquets were from my mothers garden, and our wedding arbor was covered in paper flowers made by my mother.
I knew I didn’t want a white dress, but I didn’t want anything crazy — I liked the traditional styles. The blush pink was the perfect choice for my skin tone and to break tradition just a bit.
In this picture by the water, I look so content — even though it’s only his back, it’s my favorite.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Cortney Vamvakias Photography
Venue – Thompson’s Point
Catering – Blue Elephant Catering
DJ – DJ Jodi
Makeup Artist and Hair Styling – Bei Capelli
Groom’s Apparel – Combatant Gentleman
Favors – Coaster Revel
Congratulations to Megan and Kevin, and a special thanks to Cortney Vamvakias Photography for sharing this wedding with us. Want more non-traditional garden wedding inspiration? You’ve got to see this industrial garden wedding inspiration at Garfield Park Conservatory.