Moody And Dark Elopement Among The Castlewood Ruins

Moody and dark wedding décor is a huge trend, and if you aren’t sure that you wanna try it, today’s shoot will convince you for sure. Lindsey Boluyt Photography teamed up with several other creatives to come up with this dreamy elopement inspiration at the Castlewood Canyon Ruins in Colorado.

The Castlewood Canyon dam was built in 1890, leaked for years, and ultimately collapsed in 1933. The crumbling stone barrier is all that remains, but it certainly makes for an interesting setting! The whole affair took place around sunset, which highlighted the warmth and magic of this elopement. Topping off the day, Lauren Groeper of Chancey Charm Denver, designed a warm tablescape, complete with honey candles and cozy cushions. We’re all about adding poufs + mud cloth pillows to give an elegant tablescape a more casual vibe!

The bride wore an ethereal + bohemian-inspired gown and the groom donned a dark, almost burgundy, colored suit. The adorable wedding dress was from lace with the high-low ruffled hem, and the flared sleeves, that beauty is by Rue de Seine from a & bé bridal shop. The bride’s dreamy gilded headpiece is by Heart of Gold Designs. Her rustic and edgy bouquet featuring a white king protea is by Bella Calla. The groom’s suit is from Express Men.

The wedding cake also stood out, it couldn’t be any other way! It was done to look as a concrete one, with a matte surface and was topped with the same moody florals that you can see in the bouquet.

Get more eye-catchy details of this gorgeous shoot below!

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