Elizabeth Dye slays us again with her high-neck lace Hattie Gown featuring a dreamy deep-V back. The silhouette is fully lined in duchess satin with a sweep train. The regal lace is fit for a queen.
Antique, old world textures like ornate brass and brushed gold, worn wood, climbing vines, and Juliet garden roses make a romantic pairing here. We love that this combination feels fall appropriate yet could extend into spring once winter fades.
The thing about flowers is that once gathered together they tell a story. Each story is unique given the bloom and placement, and that is a beautiful thing. Here a few pretty peach ranunculus play amoungest pink and red heritage garden roses, hanging red amaranthus, and a sweet mix of wild greenery. We can't help but love the story this bouquet tells.
This Cleo and Clemtine showstopper starts with a soft, silky charmeause fabric slip covered with a polka dot net tulle. The boned, lingerie-inspired bodice is elegant and a little sexy with built-in cups for ease.
This Cafe au Lait Dahlia tucked in with scabiosa, spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, Heart garden roses, and a few burgundy dahlia makes for the perfect fall bouquet. We love the pairing of blush and burgundy hues, it makes our hearts feel warm and full, as they should in fall.
These velvet bridesmaid dresses from ASOS are the epitome of fall. The dreamy texture, the high neck, and the almost-edible color are a trend we can definitel get behind. We love how the team at Bliss Events paired the burnt orange color with unexpected pops of pink and the bride's velvet choker brings the whole vision together.
The use of vintage edison lights in this fall ceremony altar is a spooky departure from traditional florals. The exposed cords and bulbs mixed with the leafless branches and black fabric set a moody fall vibe. We'll always say yes to black chiavaris in an open field. Sign us up for a Halloween wedding in 2018!
In honor of Halloween, we've put together some moody black magic wedding inspiration. Think deep, dark hues of coal, eggplant, and marsala found in stationery, sweets, and bridesmaid gowns. We adore the spooky elegance of it all.
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