If you’re recently engaged and are looking for the best list of industrial wedding venues in Utah, look no further! These five wedding venues made this list for a reason. They’re all modern, neutral and industrial with a lot of natural lighting and unique character. From Ogden down to Provo, I’ve covered a few big cities on the Wasatch Front as well as a variety of budgets and hope that you’ll find something that you love on this list. If you’re still in search of a Utah wedding photographer, I would love to be there for your big day. My availability fills up fast, so fill out this form and let’s chat about any questions that you have! I would love to be a resource for you, which is why I created this list in the first place 😉 let’s get to the venues!
The 5th Floor, located in Ogden, has a unique floor plan and layout that can create an intimate ceremony or accommodate a large social, open house reception. As you exit the elevator to The 5th Floor and enter the space, the perfect combination of modern and industrial design are immediately showcased as guests follow the wall of windows. Outside you’ll see beautiful views of the Wasatch front mountains with beautiful brick and metal accents throughout. Natural light fill the space well into the evening with the tall ceilings, surrounding windows and skylight. Their website can be found here, where you can inquire about pricing!
If you’re someone that loves oversized barn doors and vast picture windows, then you’ll love The White Shanty. This industrial wedding venue is located in Provo. I’ve photographed this venue in the past and fell in love with both the outdoor and indoor space. The rental fee for Monday-Wednesday is $1500 for a half day and $2000 for a full day. Thursdays cost $1850 and Friday-Sunday cost $2200 for a half day and $2700 for a full day. All the furniture is included, including seating at tables for 106 guests and total seating for 125. You have access to the outdoor area and kitchen and all areas included. Couples can hire their own vendors as well. Check out their website here!
This industrial wedding venue, located in Ogden, has a spacious floor plan and can accommodate a large party for your big day! I love that this space is very neutral, modern, yet industrial. The Monarch was originally an industrial garage that has been newly transformed into an industrial wedding venue in Utah. They accommodate any vendor and style, and they make you inquire about their pricing here. I’ve been to this venue personally and love everything about it.
The Bright Building, located in Provo, is bright indeed 😉 this industrial wedding venue in Utah is flooded with natural light from their massive windows. This gorgeous space is very versatile and is light and airy! Pricing starts at $1500 and changes depending on the time of week that you book the venue. With exposed brick, industrial accents and wood, this industrial wedding venue has a lot of character that I love and think you will, too! Check out more about their space on their website.
The Wild Oak is a beautiful industrial wedding venue located in Lindon that originally began as a historical Apple Orchard Warehouse. The venue encompasses 1.6 acres where the landscaping is intimate, and the venue is authentically beautiful. The Wild Oak’s natural landscape is complimented by a European inspired ballroom with 19 foot ceilings and old cellar doors. Pricing for 2022 begins at $3500 but depends upon day of the week and time of year. There are tons of amazing amenities at The Wild Oak that can be found here.
I would love nothing more than to be your photographer for your Utah wedding! I hope these questions and answers were helpful as you’re navigating the planning process, and I would absolutely love to answer any questions that you have regarding venues or photography or anything wedding related. Being your Utah wedding photographer on your big day, whether it’s at an industrial venue or anywhere in Utah, would be awesome. Either way, just get in contact with me to see if I still have your wedding date available. If you’re still on the hunt for other venues in Utah, check out these other blog posts!
Again, I hope this all was helpful! Happy venue shopping 🙂