This Ever After Inspired Elopement at Paisley & Jade is Equal Parts Edgy + Romantic

A table for two with black granite placemats, gold calligraphy signage created by SUKAH & SAI, a nearly-naked drip cake, and silver floor-length Gossamer gown…yes, you could say we’re crushin’ hard on the non-traditional details in this elopement inspiration shoot at Paisley & Jade! The boutique-style rental company provided vintage table decor, an impressive wooden A-frame ceremony backdrop, and the ideal blank-canvas setting to showcase the edgy and romantic vision of Lindsey Paradiso Photography. The florists at Strawberry Fields, Flowers & Finds rounded out the dreamy, fairytale-like vibe with coral, burgundy, and blush floral arrangments, which looked striking against both the bride’s sparkly gown and the wooden table. If you’re looking for ways to incorporate non-traditional yet wildly elegant details into your wedding or elopement, this styled shoot is for you!

The Talented Team:

Photography – Lindsey Paradiso Photography
Venue – Paisley & Jade
Floral Design – Strawberry Fields, Flowers & Finds
Cake – Whole Foods
Stationery – Ash Bush: Lettering & Design
Wedding Dress – Gossamer
Bridal Accessories – éclat veils and Bygones Vintage Clothing
Groom’s Apparel – Men’s Wearhouse
Rentals – Paisley & Jade
Laser-Cut Signage – SUKAH & SAI
Models – Helen Kreutzer and Tom Herrold


Our warmest thanks to Lindsey Paradiso Photography for sharing this incredible styled shoot with Junebug! Looking for more edgy and romantic decor or fashion inspiration for your special day? Dark romance never looked better than in this Christianson’s Nursery wedding!

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  1. Wow! Stunning photos!

  2. We loved having this moody and romantic wedding inspiration come together in our showroom space at Highpoint & Moore! Bravo to all of the folks who made this vision come to life and thanks for allowing P&J to play a part!

  3. This was actually my daughter’s wedding dress, too! This pictoral convinced her to get a sheer veil, like the one pictured. I had made her a flower crown, but the veil looked so much better, THANK YOU!

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