7 Can’t-miss Industrial Chic Oklahoma Wedding Venues
by Brides of Oklahoma May 3
Exposed brick, Edison bulb lighting and visible ceiling beams are all on today’s agenda as we highlight 7 can’t-miss industrial chic Oklahoma wedding venues! If you’re looking for a contemporary space to host your ceremony or reception that fits your unique style, you’ve come to the right place. These venues are sure to showcase your décor of choice with their minimalistic, raw design. Read on to find out what makes each space so incredible, and don’t forget to check out our Venues page as well as our latest Spring/Summer 2018 issue of Brides of Oklahoma to find more beautiful inspiration for your big day! Cheers!
One of Norman’s premiere wedding venues, The Hall at the Railhouse combines steel, brick and wooden details to set the scene for gorgeous industrial contrast. The Hall offers both indoor and outdoor venue space for guests to roam freely during the ceremony or reception and serves as a blank slate for brides to customize for the big day.
Photo: Sarah Libby Photography
Located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, The Rooftop at Plenty Mercantile sets the scene for industrial romance and a truly charming affair. The wood and brick details, combined with a stunning view of the OKC skyline makes this venue one of our absolute favorites. Whether it’s the Rooftop space for your ceremony or reception, or the gorgeous high-ceiling indoor venue for photo ops and cocktails, Plenty Mercantile offers Oklahoma brides a truly unique space.
Photo: Deisy Photography
Opened in March 2017 and located in historic downtown Claremore is the beautifully rustic, yet elegantly modern Three Twenty on Main venue. This breathtaking space possesses two-story ceilings, brick columns and a grand staircase with iron accents and crystal chandeliers. Three Twenty on Main can comfortably accommodate up to 150 guests, so its perfect for large or small gatherings. With farm tables, chairs, a catering kitchen, bridal loft and rehearsal spot included, Three Twenty on Main truly has it all for your big day!
Holloway House is a 3,000 square foot loft space located on Film Row in Downtown Oklahoma City that opened it’s doors in May 2017. With historic charm and an open floorplan, this venue can truly be perfect for any vision. With beautiful views of Film Row and the Devon Tower, you and your guests will not be disappointed with a wedding at the Holloway House.
Foolish Things Coffee is located on historic Route 66 in downtown Tulsa. With its beautiful natural lighting, open floor plan and urban vibe, this hotspot has become the top destination for the hippest Tulsans to celebrate their small receptions or rehearsal dinners. Let Foolish Things serve your guests from a huge selection of craft coffees or cater in delicious fare to make use of the extremely versatile and modern warehouse space, full of exposed brick, communal tables and even an outdoor patio.
Photo: Jake Fowler Photography
Walker Terrace is located on the 3rd floor of The Walker Building, located in Midtown OKC. Completed in 2017, the new space can seat up to 80 guests inside, with additional seating and standing room on the spacious rooftop deck. The venue boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows with views of Midtown, slideshow-ready tv’s and much more! Beyond receptions, Walker Terrace is an ideal space for engagement parties, showers, anniversary parties… any pre-wedding day event!
Photo: Kelsi Laine Photography
As part of the Paramount Pictures building in Film Row, The Paramount Room offers over 1900 square feet of event space, capacity for up to 200 of your guests, gorgeous views of downtown Oklahoma City and a hand crafted bar room (seen above). The highly adaptable open floor plan is the perfect place to craft the event you and your guests desire. Whether you have a wedding, rehearsal dinner or bridal shower in the works, The Paramount Room is your go-to place for unique events in Oklahoma City.
Photo: Film Row OKC
Other Local Vendors: Sarah Libby Photography, Kelsi Laine Photography, Deisy Photography, Foolish Things Coffee, Holloway House, Three Twenty on Main, Jake Fowler Photography