Last night, at the amazing Baltimore Museum of Industry, Sima and Rob along with their family and friends (and a little bit of snow) exchanged vows to become husband and wife. They created a fitting industrial theme, that totally complimented their venue. Many of the little touches and details that they chose to include in their special day made huge impacts in elaborating their wedding space.

Guests arrived to a ceremony set in front of the picturesque windows. You could see the city skyline in the background and the neon lights from the museum reflected on the windows.

Moore and Co. Stylists, along with My Flowerbox created this stunning chuppah.

Awesome etched metal signs on the sign-in table with an S and R for Sima and Rob.

Sima and Rob gave away terrific favors,  pint glasses with the Natty Boh man proposing to the Utz girl!

As soon as the ceremony was over, Zeffert and Gold flipped the room to create an amazing reception!

In the middle of the windows, a sweetheart table was set for this amazing couple to be able to enjoy their meal.

When guests reentered the reception area they “checked in” on their time-cards to find out where they were sitting!

Before the dance floor was filled with guests, a customized gobo lit up the floor with an appropriate illuminated gears.

Guests who had room for dessert enjoyed delicious cupcakes from Iced Gems Bakery, which were accented with Edison Lightbulbs and iron gears.


Event Team:

Venue: Baltimore Museum of Industry

Catering: Zeffert and Gold Catering

Event Planning: Moore and Co. Event Stylists

Photographer: tPoz Photography  (All photographs above by Zeffert and Gold Catering)

Dessert: Iced Gems Cupcakes

Lighting: 27 Studios Lighting

Florist: My Flowerbox

Entertainment: My Deejay

Officiant: Cantor Jan Morrison

Videography: Documented Video Productions