A hidden gem in Deep River, Connecticut, The Lace Factory offers a gorgeous rustic atmosphere complete with warm wood accents, large windows, and a whimsical scenic landscape. Located right by the Essex Steam Train Station, the setting is full of industrial whimsy and wonder! Read on to see how three NST Pictures brides embraced the industrial elements of the venue to create their dreamy Lace Factory wedding!
Peggy and Blake hosted a dreamy wedding at The Lace Factory. They made quite the memorable entrance on the Essex Steam Train, and after a heartwarming ceremony, they took their festivities inside whitewashed brick walls and hardwood floors with just the right level of shabby chic. Fairy lights strewn from the ceiling and dim lighting cast a beautiful romantic glow over their reception as they toasted and danced the night away.
Brittany and Michael took advantage of The Lace Factory’s large windows that let in a flood of natural lighting so that their adorable first look and ceremony was bright, airy and cheery. The Essex Steam Train set a charming industrial backdrop for their wedding portraits, and the glistening overhead twinkling lights easily transitioned their reception festivities from afternoon to night.
It was a beautiful emotionally-charged day for Amy and Christopher! From a tearful ceremony, they were transported to their reception via the Essex Steam Train, where they danced the evening away among the industrial chic elements of The Lace Factory. Their bordeaux color scheme contrasted beautifully against the whitewashed brick walls and airy ambiance of the space.