If there are photos next to the dictionary definitions of “chic” and “modern,” they’re definitely from Cerrone and Isaac’s wedding. The ultra-industrial and uber-trendy Atlanta wedding venue King Plow Arts Center served as the backdrop for the nuptials and the original factory floors, exposed brick walls, and adjacent art gallery created the perfect aesthetic. Cerrone glided down the candle-lined aisle beneath a canopy of draping silver eucalyptus counterbalanced by soft Edison bulbs. The bride wore a perfectly fitted custom designed sheath dress with an asymmetrical neckline and overskirt while her husband-to-be stunned in a classic black tuxedo. The surrounding bridesmaids wore a magenta that played into the jewel tone color palette and carried small arrangements of garden roses and eucalyptus that matched the bridal bouquet by Andy Beach & Co. After the tastefully traditional (but joyously personal) ceremony came to a close, the room was converted into the romantically lit reception space and the 150 guests sat down to a exquisite meal catered by Bold American Events. The celebration, designed by Atlanta-area event designer ellyB Events, kept true to an industrial feel inspired by the space while incorporating lush greenery and florals that added whimsy and enchantment. After the meal, the newlyweds cut into a three tier marbled cake designed by For Goodness Cakes, but renounced most other post-ceremony traditions in favor of prolonged celebratory dancing. Atlanta wedding photographer Inije Photography captured every detail of the couples’ special day while Bob’s Eye View Weddings created a stunning reel for the couple to relive for years to come.