A Dark and Stormy Shoot

Every year when the weather starts to turn and our days start getting shorter, I love to do a moody dark themed shoot to celebrate the changing of these seasons.

This year I was fortunate to participate in this shoot at The Colony in St. Johns where we colaborated to create these moody looks. 

I love the tones and pieces collected by Power of Love Rentals. Between the brass candleabras and deep red candles with pops of gold and all the deep tones of green are inspiring for this look.

One of my favorite pieces of this shoot were these ink blot invitations by Victoria Adams Bordelon. The colors are vibrant, yet not too busy which enhances the simplicity for a more delicate look.

The Bride, lovely Nikita, is wearing my black Lace Bustier (which can come in any color by the way) with gold floral appliques which were made specifically for this look and my Baroque Tulle Skirt in black which created a mix of the strong black paired with all of the delicate layers of tulle for the skirt. It's a playful look but can be done in any color if you're a bride who does not want black, but loves the mixture of textures. 

She's wearing one of my favorite jewelry designers here in town, Luma Fina. She creates such interesting pieces that I haven't seen before, I highly reccommend her work. Her lovely crown is by Esther Jean Designs.

Don't these look so yummy! This shoot was actually styled by this baker, Just A Dash, and she baked these lovelies above just for this shoot, along with the cake.

A big thank you to all who participated in this as well as Glamour & Grace Wedding Blog for featuring it. For more photos go to http://www.glamourandgraceblog.com/2016/dark-moody-fall-wedding-inspiration/