Industrial Steampunk

Quincy, Illinois



Photography | Flawless Moments Photography | @flawlessmoments.photog

Venue | Dick Brothers Brewery | @dickbrothersbrewery

Event Planner | Amy Deters Events | @amydetersevents1

Floral Designer | Flowers For You

Design and Decor | Something Borrowed

Etsy Designer | OddLot Paperie

Bridesmaids Dresses | Eighth Avenue Villager

Hair Stylist | Beauty Retreat

Makeup Artist | GG Makeup Artistry

Jewelry | Geise Jewelry Box

Bakery | The Yum Factory | @theyumfactoryinc

Officiant | Ceremonies by Jessey

Kyle and Blake were married two years ago but their photos were accidentally deleted. This awesome team of vendors wanted to give them an amazing vow renewal-style redo with a high style industrial vibe at Dick Brothers Brewery in Quincy, IL. Amy Deters Events designed this renewal to be offbeat and on a budget! All of the gears used in the decor were old, used tractor gears or truck transmission gears. The best part, all these pieces were FREE! I love thinking outside the box and using old “garbage” that no body else would think of. The huge “wheel” used for part of the ceremony backdrop is one big rake wheel off of a tractor hay rake implement! The “gear curtain” is made up of truck transmission gears and wire. The chargers on the table are used tractor discs as well as the dome disc that the cake plate is sitting on. It’s like farm tools gone city chic! Don’t miss the adorable gear cupcakes!