Nothing imparts a more romantic feel to any wedding venue than layers of lush florals! Think intimate and whimsical when choosing wedding blooms for your industrial space – really let your inner styling spirit soar into all-things contemporary and unconventional. And with that in mind here are some florals that will give your industrial space a romantic, dreamy vibe from Laura and the team at fabulous industrial space Two Ton Max. A stunning behind-the-scenes sneak peek of the creation of this floral-filled photoshoot with flowers by Wild Flos, table styling by All The Small Things Co, and photographed by Lei Lei Clavey.

Icelandic Poppy
A delicate variety that helps to add depth and detail to any event. Pretty, playful, and perfect for injecting more adventurous flavours into your design.

Amaranth A trailing bloom, commonly known as the “tassel flower” because of its rope-like, deep burgundy flower stalks. There is nothing that cascades like amaranth, so if you want a tumbling, oversize teardrop bouquet – look no further.

Baby’s Breath 
Super delicate and soft, just like a baby! Even though traditionally used as a filler, this pretty little bloom can also be used solo to create fluffy, cloud-like installations.

Forever-chic, the peony needs nothing else! There is a reason why these little beauties are so dammed popular – the true epitome of romance!

Daisies (Shasta)
Think Woodstock 1988 vibes, these cheerful little wildflowers are perfect for those bohemian-inspired arrangements. Great for a filler if you are looking for that handpicked look!

Smoke bush
Summery and lush, this native flora is the perfect shrub for creating meadow-like installations. Smoke bush can also be dried and even sprayed to a chosen shade – Pairing perfectly with other dried flowers to create an earthy floral extravaganza!

Super whimsical with their whirling layers of paper-thin petals. They give such a lush, feminine look to any arrangement and are available year-round.

Anemone (My favourite flower!)
This contemporary but bold flower will most certainly do the job if you are looking for a statement-making bloom. The natural contrast between the middle and the end of the petals creates such a luxurious vouge aesthetic.

Hot Tip #1

Choose a colour palette rather than just one colour – select an array of varying tones (like apricot, toffee, peach, and dusty pink). Then add a bold clashing colour (something bright and vibrant like crimson) for contrast.

Hot Tip #2

One of our favourite things right now is the consideration of the “everlasting flower” when choosing your wedding florals. Blooms you can snip and keep that still look incredible after they are dried.  Who said nothing lasts forever?

About Two Ton Max: Two Ton Max is a modern, industrial wedding venue that feels quintessentially Melbourne in its design. Towering ceilings with skylights, polished concrete floors, and a private courtyard are just a few of the details you’ll love. Unique and contemporary, Twotonmax’s classic warehouse elegance and flexibility within the venue becomes a wonderland for wedding planners who have envisioned personalised touches for their big day!