I hope you all enjoyed Film Week last week! I have some amazing inspiration lined up this week that I can’t wait to share!! First up is this dark and romantic victorian inspired shoot! I just love the deep grays, blues, and purples, they are so elegant. All the details are very simple, but utterly chic and oozing romance!

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

victorian elopement | Nicki Bursae Photography

Photography | Nicki Bursae Photography | Styling & Florals | Layla Mayville | Venue | Rental Home | Paper Goods | Dodeline Design | Calligraphy | Jennifer Pelletier | Cake | Publix (with additional styling by Layla) | Hair: Connie Cline Tamburri | Make-up | Pretty Woman Day Spa | Dress & Veil | Make Believe’N | Suit | Brooks Brothers | Candles | Forest Candle Studio | Antiques | 37th @ Abercorn Antiques | Reverend | Rev. Steven Schulte | Models | Alex and Lara Lill

If you haven’t entered yet, I’ve got a Love Story Film giveaway going on this week! Be sure to enter!

Plus, I’ve got another special giveaway coming up later today!!

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  1. Layla Mayville
    February 11, 2013 6:59 am

    Thank you for featuring our unique styled shoot! The black veil inspired so much of this. It was so fun to work with these amazing vendors!
  2. Jennifer
    February 11, 2013 1:15 pm

    The venue used in this shoot is available for events or a vacation rental. Please contact Jennifer through the website listed above. Thank you!
  3. Gina Basin
    February 11, 2013 6:16 pm

    Beautiful, just no words........
  4. Jackson
    February 12, 2013 7:26 pm

    Amazing! My fiancee and I are wanting to do an Edwardian wedding (Downton). So this website popping up was the perfect answer to our search. Any other resources not listed above? Specifically wedding dress resources. No
    Vera Wang cash, thanks, but still want something original and pretty. My mother is stuck on davidsbridal. Any recommendations from anyone? Thx.
  5. Layla Mayville
    February 14, 2013 8:00 am

    Thanks for the compliments! This dress was actually provided by the same designer who made the black veil which is http://www.etsy.com/shop/MakeBelieveN As for unique dresses try Ebay maybe or find a local custom designer, or
    http://www.timelessvixen.com
    http://fabulousfrocksofcharleston.com
    http://www.facebook.com/LoveJuneBoutique
    We borrowed a lot of the antiques from a local store and sometimes really nice antique shops have dresses or you can ask them if they know of any places to by vintage dresses. Good luck!!
  6. Kristina Juarbe {Thirty Three and a Third}
    February 25, 2013 6:11 pm

    Absolutely stunning!!
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