Dreaming of an intimate elopement or a dark and romantic wedding? Then this shoot is the one.
Photographed by Hind Hart Studios with coordination by Stephanie Rice, this shoot has a dark and feminine vibe. It’s romantic, stylish and well, it’s absolutely gorgeous.
Taking in the stunning setting of Cape Clear in Cape Breton, it’s got the most dreamy golden hour shots, along with ideas for gothic wedding style, an alternative reception gown and groom outfit, gorgeous florals, and collected décor. Every detail is super swoony (just wait till you see the beautiful tablescape!).
Scroll down to take it all in, and read more from Brittany of Hind Hart Studios about the inspiration behind the shoot. Enjoy!
From Hind Hart Studios…Over the past year we’ve seen a HUGE sweep of soft palettes like blush, and mint. All of which I will forever be a fan of; blush is basically a neutral in my opinion. However, there is something to be said for stepping outside your comfort zone and trying new things!
Our vision behind this shoot was simple, to show that there can be beauty and softness found in dark places. What started with a more Gothic trend on our mood board, slowly evolved into dark, romantic and feminine shoot in the middle of nowhere. We wanted our location to reflect the idea behind our shoot as well (finding beauty and softness in dark places), so we chose one of my favorite places in Cape Breton that isn’t easily accessible- Cape Clear. You may have to take many lefts and rights and forks in the long dirt road to get to find this hidden gem but when you arrive, you know it was worth getting lost a few times.
We also wanted to showcase a location for brides who want to have very intimate wedding ceremonies! We love intimate weddings and especially elopements and this breathtaking nook of the world is one we will never get sick of photographing!
Photography: Hind Hart Studios | Flowers: Trinity’s Florals | Cakes & Sweets: Cocoa Pod Sweet Catering | Jewelry: Salty Rose | Rentals: Make Merry Events | Chairs: Structube | Bride’s Dress: Sarah Seven | Stationery: Imagine Joy | Makeup: Miranda Mersereau | Models: Daryl Babstock & Chauntelle MacMullin | Co-Ordination: Stephanie Rice