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Project brief/

The inspiration for this wedding was juxtaposing a raw, industrial space with a moody, intimate affair. This was accomplished by transforming an abandoned train station warehouse in Toledo, Ohio,  (the bride & groom's hometown) into a vintage inspired apothecary. 


Prep - Location was scouted, secured, excavated, cleaned and painted prior to event. Electrical was brought into the space for audio, lighting and catering needs. 

Decor Highlights- A continuous "U" shaped table arrangement encircled the dance floor and was set to accommodate a 5-course meal. The evening ceremony and reception was lit with 500+ candles in a series of vintage candelabras, chandeliers, birdcages and tiered towers. A candy bar was created with a series of apothecary jars in a salvaged vintage cabinet. Ten cakes, of various flavors, were created in a monochromatic color scheme and decorated with fresh floral. 

Vendor Team /

Planning, Design & Execution - Lucky Dog Studio 

Venue - Abandoned Warehouse Near Train Station

Caterer - Chef Jason Gleichman 

Cakes - Thrush's 

Rentals - Meredith's Party Rentals

Chair Rental - Chiavari Chair Rental & Decor 

Photography - Spencer Photography & Design 

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