What better venue to pull off some Prohibition glamour than a craft brewery? Think rehearsal dinner or even an intimate wedding setting. This moody vision puts the spotlight on how to transform a brewery into a unique venue for a speakeasy wedding theme. This is how you make beer beautiful - particularly craft beer with artfully casual décor, a shimmering sequin pattern gown of Kenneth Winston and a darker hued color palette. From the Sugar Creek Brewery in Charlotte, North Carolina, Details Wedding Planning and PA Reavis Design draw upon our infatuation of the mysterious days of Prohibition and today's cult love for an interesting craft brewery with loads of character. With industrial, rustic touches blended with an art deco approach, the space becomes moody and romantic, and LunahZon Photography's gallery will make you view brews in a whole new light.

Unique Venue for a Speakeasy Wedding Theme

Charlotte, North Carolina has become a mecca for some amazing craft breweries, like Sugar Creek Brewery. This team of wedding professionals took on the challenge of bringing out the sultry glam. Black, copper and pops of teal form the color palette that embrace the space's brick, copper and wood tones, naturally lend itself to a speakeasy wedding theme or vibe. The bride is graced in a stunning, form fitting Kenneth Winston with sequin pattern with serious low back drama. The dainty pearl accent that lines the neckline and straps gives the dress a vintage feel. Complementing the look, earrings and a headpiece from Aubrey's Corner integrate intricate metal design and pearls that mirror the dress. Channeling a moody ambience, a smokey flawless bridal style was applied by Anne Marie Mitchell Make-Up and perfectly stylized 1920s side swept updo by Mandi English at Bentala Salon to complete the look. The head tablescape is set up with beaded chargers, ivory china, and copper flatware over a black linen with teal napkins. The colors pull from and blend with the copper brewery tanks and venue accents. The cake itself is a work of art from Sky's The Limit Bridal Sweets. It integrates prohibition era piping detail in copper that sit over an oxidized copper colored smooth finish. The detail is unquestionably beautiful.