With handmade lace decor, wood accents, and exposed red brick throughout, Haley and Jeremy’s downtown LA wedding at Seventh Place was everything we love about rustic industrial weddings and so much more! The couple’s indoor ceremony and reception were filled to the brim with natural greenery and free-form florals created by White Fig Designs, which added so much dimension to the overall vibe. The couple’s vision came to life with chic details, mismatched and minimal table decor, and natural elements that complemented but didn’t distract from the chic architecture of the venue. All in all, this LA wedding had modern elegance and rustic charm in spades, and Katie Ruther Photography captured every moment brilliantly!
Haley and Jeremy
Seventh Place, Los Angeles, California
The most important part of planning our wedding was to not let myself get too caught up in the planning. I wanted to enjoy being engaged to Jeremy and not let the wedding stress take over! Of course it got the best of me here and there, but in the end I am so thankful for all of the help we received in order to be able to step away at times!
The most memorable part of the entire day was walking into our ceremony and reception space and just being in awe of how everything came together. I could not believe how amazing my team of wedding vendors made the venue look! Everything was absolutely perfect. (And, of course, the “I dos” were memorable, too!)
For our ceremony, we had a large scroll looking piece with our vows printed on them. Before exchanging our rings Jeremy and I both signed underneath our individual vows with fun feather pens. It was a fun way to break up the ceremony and have some interaction!
Working with our photographer, Katie, was a dream. Literally. We connected with Katie at our engagement shoot earlier in the year and I knew she was the right choice. Her spunky yet calming personality put both my husband and me at ease throughout our entire day. We would both say that our time with Katie for our post-ceremony portraits was one of the highlights of our day. We had so much fun walking the streets of LA and letting Katie’s imagination create the most beautiful pictures. She has a way with people, and she has a way with her camera that work magically together.
We had a couple of DIY wedding pieces! Our hanging lace hoops were one of my favorite decor pieces. We spray painted wooden embroidery hoops with gold paint and attached different patterns of lace inside them. They were hung by the ceiling using fishing line covered with garlands of greenery! The other DIY piece was a large aspen tree branch which we tied tons of ribbon and fabric pieces from to hang on one of the walls. Such a simple project but one of my favorites because it was made my bridesmaids, my mother in law, my step mom, and my mom. All are such huge parts of my life and it was so fun to create with all of them!
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Katie Ruther Photography
Coordinator – Dunn Productions
Venue – Seventh Place
Floral Design – White Fig Designs
Catering – Stone Fire Grill
Officiant – Matt Heard
DJ – Just Dance Events
Videography – Longshore Films
Stationery – Minted
Makeup Artist – Veil of Grace
Hair Styling – Salon Glo
Wedding Dress – Watters via Lovely Bride LA
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Show Me Your Mumu
Groom’s Apparel – Macy’s
Groomsmen’s Apparel – Dazi
Rentals – Town and Country Rentals
Graphic Design – Creative Graphic Services
Our biggest congratulations to Haley and Jeremy, and a special thanks to Katie Ruther Photography for sharing this beautiful wedding at Seventh Place with Junebug! Want to see more industrial wedding magic? This industrial 16th Street Station wedding in Oakland is greenery goals!