1. Exceptionally Gorgeous Moody Australian Elopement

    There are few things that, from a creative standpoint, get me out of bed in the morning.  Rather I should say, there are few things that lock me snuggled into bed as I dreamily glide through each image, entranced by what I see.  Moody, earthy artful yumminess is certainly on that short list.  When I stumbled upon Australian wedding photographer Ine Ertvaag Photography styled elopement along the Australian coastline, you can best believe I didnt budge one inch out of bed. In fact I snuggled down hard as I walked through each and every frame of the elopement.  The brilliance to the way that Ine captured such a simple (lacking in details :0 ) elopement is the very fingerprint to why, if dont value you wedding photography, true good wedding photography, you're a bloody fool.  I wasn't there, but you better believe I was standing right next to them as I leafed through the story.  I felt my own hair a complete mess, pushed around with reckless abandon by the wind.  My eyes ached with each adjustment to the fading light.  My own skin felt of the very same goosebumps Ine captured as the tendrils of the Gwendolynne wedding dress beat against her skin.  True, honest, & worthy wedding photography is not about being able to look back at images and think to yourself, yup thats is what happened.  Its about seeing even a solitary image and feeling as if it comes alive...

  2. Hauntingly Perfect Gothic Chic Wedding Goddess

    Tucked away into the The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm is a bride so chic with dark side streak.  No white wedding dress could contain her, no traditional affair would fit her.  It was only when she harnessed her inner Gothic chic wedding Goddess that she finally felt free... Georgia wedding photographer Rustic White Photography does a stunning job of capturing every inch of beauty that there to this incredibly stylish chic wedding featuring an eye catching bridal separates wedding dress,  Furiosa by Elizabeth Dye.  No Goddess would ever feel quite right without a finishing touch like the ever so Delicate Lauren Leaf Bandeaux by Jennifer Behr to dot her hair.  While the black gown with golden crown are the fashion stars, its hard to ignore the autumn hued wild bouquet from Amanda Jewel Floral + Design that is as much about statement and drama as our Gothic chic Goddess.  Add these stylish elements into southern ruins dripping in history, taken back by nature, and you have yourself the makings of a hauntingly perfect southern romance that perfume ads would blush at.

  3. Dreamy Woodland Enchanted Bridesmaid Session

    If you're not yet already in the Halloween spirit, today's feature created by Lexilocks Hair will most certainly get you there!  Set in the Utah Mueller Park Canyon woodlands, this styled shoot is all about gorgeous enchanted bridesmaid style.  Featuring 4 bridal looks that revolve around long flowing fabrics, these beauties will inspire the next generation of boho wedding.  Romance and enchantment run high, while real world detailing like tumbling locks and dutch braid updo's draw us in.  Wedding photographer Mapping Light Photography does an otherworldly job of allowing the dark and moody to be front and center, that when paired with their woodland surroundings, you cant help but feel the enchanted bridesmaid sirens call!

  4. Sea Glass Inspired Moody Oregon Elopement

    In my early childhood years I had the unique privilege of spending a few years on a petite Caribbean island called Montserrat.  One of the incredibly cool features to the islands were rich black sand beaches.  Ever since then I have always had a sweet spot for these silky smooth oddities!  When an Oregon elopement hit my inbox from wedding photographer Blush Creative Photography set on darker sand beaches, I knew I was hooked.  The Oregon coastline is a thing of goddess like beauty and the locale of this styled shoot only served to hence the elegant moody affair.  A simple sweetheart table with details like seaglass pieces and draped fabric picked up on the natural surroundings.  Injecting a touch of color into the neutral surroundings, cool greens, baby blues & pale pinks accented the Oregon elopement.  The last piece to the puzzle was a dove grey gown from Joanna August that joyfully danced in the wind.  This vision of an Oregon elopement is simple perfection, as an elopement doesn't have to mean something light on style just because there are not a hoard of guests to see it.