1. Cool Tone Romantic Gray Gothic Wedding At Thornrose House

    Cool tone color palette are all too often over looked for more vibrant attention demanding hues. The truth is however that palettes like today's in a mix of grays, steely blues and hints of purple can be just as enchanting. Set at the Thornrose House, this styled shoot is all about gorgeous romantic gothic wedding drama. Featuring a mix of vintage rentals like an antique wood table and steely blue parlor chairs, spools of ribbon dotted the tablescape accenting handlettered calligraphy watercolor escort cards from Simply Handwritten by Anna. For a modern spin, both the bride and groom opted for a more fashion forward wedding style, pairing beautifully with their gothic wedding surroundings. Its all about the little touches, the romantic heart and the dreamy cool tone palette that make this a gray gothic wedding dream!

  2. Coven Inspired Moody Wedding Inspiration Perfection

    At first blush, today's incredible moody wedding inspiration might seem out of place. However, its when you look more closely into it, that you realize how absolutely perfect it is! I always preach the beauty to weddings that are well outside the cookie cutter norm. This coven inspired moody wedding inspiration comes via the mind meld of Laura Beck Photography + Ashley Marie Photography. Taking cues from those that buck tradition, this styled shoot is all about the style, the details and the attitude. From sultry body hugging black dresses, bold makeup choices that highlight striking eyes and lush lips, to a location that alone is a wedding decor dream, there is plenty to get inspired by. Honoring the nature drawing coven world, earthy details are on display from elements like dried botanicals to ancient texts. Articulating a theme like this into a moody wedding works flawlessly when you focus on fashion choices true to the vibe, bold choices and one hell of a location!

  3. Gorgeously Chic Gothic Wedding At Cusworth Hall

    Craving something beyond a traditional white wedding, a team of UK wedding pros put together gorgeously chic Gothic wedding inspiration that will have you aching for a fashion forward affair! Centered around a dreamy custom black wedding dress from KMR Bespoke Bridal that featured a trumpet skirt and lace back, the overall bridal style was nothing short of Gothic refinement. Vibrant carrot hued hair was swept up into a polished low do by Wedding Hair by Hannah, while lace detailed veils were draped over perfect lips by Sarah Gray Make Up. A metallic infused tablescape was set, featuring gold flatware, a sequin table cloth and candles which cast a reflective glow overall. Bell jar centerpieces dotted the table line filled with rustic florals, figs and dark fruit, all crafted by Paeony Floral Design. Set atop the table, keeping a watchful eye in the glow of the candle light was a three tier wedding cake from Snowdrop Cakery with the most deliciously gold patina layer we've seen! The styling is only one piece to the success of this gothic wedding, the other is in the artistry that is Folega Photography, transcending far beyond simple wedding...

  4. Found & Foraged Bohemian Bridals At Historical La Purisima Mission

    One of my favorite things that florists are doing nowadays involves a bit of modern flora hunting! Instead of heading to the fridges of their local flower markets, florists like FluidBloom Designs are opting to challenge themselves by working with greenery that is around them in the wild. Such is the stunning found forage foliage bouquet crafted for today's gorgeous bohemian bridal session at La Purisima Mission photographed by wedding photographer Alexandra Wallace. With a uniquely historical backdrop like the mission, Seabiscuit was filmed there!, Alexandra really allowed the dreamy locale and hauntingly beautiful natural light to shape each moment. Wedding dresses from Daughters of Simone flitted in the wind beautifully echoing the oversized foraged bouquet. The bohemian bridals as a whole are something otherworldly and the bouquet is everything!