Though Emily Brontë’s bleak and solitary novel may seem like an unusual source for wedding inspiration, there is something wildly romantic about the intensity of Heathcliff and Catherine’s flawed, all-consuming love—despite its ill-fatedness—and the desolate, mist-laden moors of North Yorkshire. Reflect the book’s tone with a moody, striking palette of dark burgundy, marshy brown, foggy white, and deep purple-pink, the color of the wild heather that blankets the moorlands. Incorporate Gothic details, such as dark velvet ribbons, and dramatic floral arrangements full of wistful flowers. Designed by Saipua, the one we included in this board boasts dinner-plate dahlias, sedum, snowberry, chocolate cosmos, tuberose, astrantia, dusty miller, heirloom roses, and hydrangea.
“Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” ~ Catherine, Wuthering HeightsI Am Not Ana / Place setting > Photo and styling by Jennifer Rose Smith (via Camille Styles) / Quote > Via Pinterest / Branches against a white sky > Photo by JoyHey (via Flickr) / Chocolate bundt cake > Photo by John Cullen, styling by Nikole Herriott and Martine Blackhurst (via Forty-Sixth at Grace) / Boutonniere > Saipua (via Once Wed) / Bouquet: Saipua (via Once Wed)