A dark and moody Hallows’ Eve vineyard wedding inspiration

A dark and moody Hallows’ Eve vineyard wedding inspiration

Golden hour wedding portraits

Happy Halloween lovebirds! What better venue to craft a Hallows’ Eve styled shoot than at Vitalité Sureau, a gorgeously rustic elderberry farm just outside of Montreal, Canada.This moody and spooky wedding inspiration was intentional in honoring their real couple, Klara and Nico’s, style and romantic personalities. While Halloween often brings orange and pumpkins to mind, the couple was down to do something a little different. Incorporating dark and moody elements, the vendor team created a vibe that was dramatic, bold, and very unique!

Keep reading to see their fig adorned wedding cake and blue hour portraits! This shoot was captured beautifully in photo by Kimberly Archambault Photography and in film by Beau à Voir Mariages.

Dark and moody wedding invitation suite

Timeless & tatted wedding fashion

Klara’s bridal look was entirely her timeless style, in a lace embroidered gown from designer Sinders Bridal House paired with an embellished cathedral length veil. Her gorgeous 1920’s inspired makeup and hair by Chelsea Dawn Chawsky was a unique style combined with a modern touch of custom hair vine and jewelry by Loft Bijoux.

Timeless moody bridal makeup

Dark and moody bride bouquetPearl embroidered bridal veil

Nico, the groom model, is the incredibly talented artist behind Bad Vibes Tattoos and actually tattooed both himself and Kara the day before the shoot! Their tats were the coolest accessory to show off in their wedding attire.

Timeless groom attire with loafers

To match the vintage style of Kara, Nico’s simple and stylish attire consisted of a black and white suit with loafers from Zara Homme.

Zara Homme groom suit Dark and moody groom boutonniere

First look at Vitalité Sureau

Fall foliage first look Tattooed bride and groom

Rustic and moody wedding photography

‘Til death do us part ceremony

Vitalité Sureau is a brand new family owned venue and a beautiful “blank slate” set among the beautiful backdrop of the Laurentians. Owner Phil and his wife were inspired by the popularity of vineyard weddings in Canada, prompting them to build an elderberry vineyard – perfect for intimate weddings like the vendor team styled for this shoot!

Til death do us part mirror sign

The stunning fall foliage of the property was brought into a Halloween mood with black chairs for an al fresco ceremony, while Papeterie et Confetti used a vintage mirror as the base for their welcome sign that matched the gold foil of their stationery.

Moody black ceremony chairs

Moody floral ceremony Unique black engagement ring

We’re obsessed with these unique, handcrafted wedding rings by Loft Bijoux! While the couple was saying their “I do’s” the team was worried about a storm weather forecast. Instead the weather brought gorgeous, dramatic skies to their evening ceremony!

Handmade Canadian wedding ring

First kiss in Montreal vineyard

Bride and groom in mirror portrait

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Spooky wedding portraits

As the ceremony was later in the evening, and Kimberly Archambault Photography captured romantic blue hour portraits instead of the typical golden hour sunset bridals. The photographer created the concept for this editorial and we love how she incorporated vintage lanterns into these moody portraits!

Blue hour wedding portraits

Motion blur wedding portraits

Bespoke signature wedding cocktail bar

Looking for something sweet for your Hallow’s eve cocktail hour? MTL Bartenders created all of the signature cocktail syrups from scratch and created specialty recipes for each of the drinks, which looked amazing and were on theme. Klara & Nico’s signature drinks had the fun and original names of “Dancing in the Dark” and “Bleeding Heart”!

Custom wooden bar for rustic wedding

Black signature drink menu in gold frame

MTL Bartenders serving bride and groom

His and Hers wedding cocktails

Dark & moody maximalist reception

Event designer Paulina & Compagnie transformed the rustic reception space into a Halloween dream with a moody and maximalist tablescape, incorporating large tower centerpieces, lots of candles, and cut fruits like figs, pomegranate, and black grapes throughout the place settings.

Dark and moody reception table

Fresh fruit on reception table Unique jewel tone reception centerpiece

Fleuriste Monarque created the ultimate blend of romance and passion with the deep hues of purple and the asymmetry and lushness of the bouquet and floral arrangements.

Black and gold reception tablescape

Halloween inspired reception

Fig & fall palette wedding cake

Every Halloween wedding needs treats – and this luxe fig-adorned wedding cake by Bayard Gateaux. The stunning cake included a fall palette painted design over a dark black base and fruits seen throughout the reception design by Paulina & Compagnie.


Halloween wedding cake Vintage goblet champagne tower

What goes better with cake than a champagne tower to end the night!

Pro tip from the photographer:

“The biggest tip for couples hoping to achieve a similar vibe for their day? Allow your day to feel like you and don’t be afraid to think outside the box. Your vendor team will be excited to create something totally original, and you’ll enjoy the planning process almost as much as the end result!”

Moody vintage inspired bride and groom portraits

Thank you to Kimberly Archambault Photography and the incredible vendor team for sharing this seasonal wedding inspiration! Be sure to check out the full gallery of images for even more Halloween wedding ideas.

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