Downtown’s hidden gem, Warehouse 410, set the stage for Kelsey and Sean’s breathtaking fall-inspired industrial chic wedding in Indiana. A chic blend of green and blue neutrals, coupled with minimalist decor, exposed bricks, and a lush greenery wall, brought a seamless vibe to the entire space. If you’ve ever daydreamed about the allure of an industrial chic vibe for your wedding, this is the inspo you’ve been waiting for – courtesy of Kelsey and Sean’s unforgettable day.
Kelsey and Sean skipped the traditional first look, opting for distant intimate moments that were just as enchanting. After wrapping up the final details, we captured a magical moment as Kelsey assisted her daughter into a stunning dress adorned with a beautiful train filled with butterfly appliqués. It was a heartfelt capture of a generational connection, with Kelsey herself embodying pure elegance in a Made with Love sheath dress that fit like a glove. The emotional cascade began as her mom helped zip it up, a poignant ode to the power of generations. And can we take a moment to swoon over the sheer beauty of the bridal suite at Warehouse 410?
Following some stunning bridal portraits, Kelsey delved into a letter and gift from Sean. Knowing Sean’s understated emotions, Kelsey couldn’t hold back tears as his words struck a perfect chord on their special day.
The groom’s suite was nothing short of immaculate, radiating a laid-back vibe that perfectly suited Sean and his crew. Complete with a comfy couch, corn hole, and close proximity to the kitchen – it was the ultimate chill zone. From groomsmen photos to Sean’s portraits, it all culminated with Sean reading Kelsey’s letter. While he held back tears, the depth of emotion was undeniable – a testament to the profound impact of Kelsey’s words.
Kelsey and her dad created a moment that left no dry eye in the room – a sweet connection just before their walk down the aisle. A father-daughter first look that never fails to tug at the heartstrings.
Kelsey’s walk down the aisle to her new husband against the exposed brick backdrop and a gorgeous arch at Warehouse 410 was simply perfect. Sean’s tears added a touch of vulnerability we’d all hoped to witness, making the ceremony an authentic celebration of their love. The unity ceremony involving the new family of four added a unique and touching dimension to the traditional bride and groom unity.
A party bus adventure took us to two downtown Evansville spots, the first with a rooftop downtown stealing the show with the cityscape and old courthouse providing a stunning backdrop. After some bridal party photos and some individuals of the bride and groom, the bridal party took a break and we took Sean and Kelsey to the riverfront of the Ohio for their sweet intimate photos together. Despite the sun playing peek-a-boo, we captured timeless photographs of Sean and Kelsey – a couple whose love radiates off every picture.
It was an honor to be apart of Sean and Kelsey’s special day. We loved witnessing their love and getting to know them individually and together as a couple. The Warehouse 410 was the perfect venue for their vision. It is one of the best industrial chic wedding venues in Indiana. We couldn’t recommend it enough!
If you’d like to see a more behind the scenes look of the venue itself, click here. When we did the venue tour, I was able to create a video that showed a more up close and personal look!
Florist: Courtney Martin (bloomflowerstudiotruck)
Venue: Warehouse 410
Planner: Paige Austin Events
Videographer: Jake Dylan (twobirds.co)
Dress: House of White
Food: Sanders Catering
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