Enchanted masquerade wedding + party inspiration
Will you be using one of our Halloween tablescape ideas this Friday? There’s more inspo where that came from! This glamorous shoot offers both sides of a brilliant fairytale: the delicate white dress + sunny winery grounds mixed in with deep, dark details, moody beauty looks, and the spooky history of Belvoir Winery.
Cassandra of Cassandra Castaneda Photography says, Four buildings stand on the massive grounds. At one time, these buildings were an orphanage, a hospital, a home for the elderly, and a safety bunker. The overgrown, stoic, forgotten-buildings were exactly what we needed to make our wicked masquerade come to life. Wow.
Accessories and gowns adorned in feathers and lace added prestige while the strong yet whimsical makeup and hair lent itself to a darker mood. Seriously, take a look at this ‘do:
How’s that for an October bouquet? Amazing work by Poppy and Clover Floral Design.
This look is picture perfect, we think.
See the rest of this enchanting editorial in our gallery:
Excited for Halloween yet? Thanks to the team below for all the inspo!
Photographer: Cassandra Castaneda Photography / Photography Assistant: Mary Verett / Venue: Belvoir Winery / Styling & Coordination: Madi Sanders with Soiree Event Designs / Florals: Poppy and Clover Floral Design / Hair & Makeup: Be Chic Bride / Paper Details: Indie Olive / Catering: Olive Events Catering / Farm Table: Sanders Party of 2 / Bridal Gown: Sarah Seven from Altar Bridal / Bridesmaids Gowns: Adrianna Papell, Monique Lhuillier, Jim Hjlem, Amsale Bridesmaids from Bella Bridesmaids Kansas City / Headpieces, Masques, & Accessories : Emmy-Ray