Galveston Wedding Photographer | St. Joseph’s Church and Calvary Catholic Cemetery | Dark and Moody Editorial Shoot

A finer Event; Black wedding cake; Brazos Avenue Market; C. Baron Photography; Cakes by Jula; Editorial; First German church in Texas; Galveston HIstorical Foundation; Galveston Wedding Photographer; HH Design House; Haute Flowers; Historic; JMI Events; LBL Event Rentals; Made You Blush; Oldest wooden church in Galveston; Spring coreopsis; St. Joseph's Catholic Church; cemetery; something blue bridal; tombstones;http://www.cbaronphotography.com husband and I have something we always like to do and it is a little creepy. With all Hallows Eve being upon us, I feel like this is an appropriate time to share. In every city we visit, we like to take a ghost tour. It sounds weird, but it isn’t all scary. There is so much history to be learned about towns that isn’t usually in the history books. This is usually the dark history… the strange and unusual. Galveston is no stranger to these sorts of things with its long and tragic history. You could spend hours listening to stories from the 1900 Storm alone. The place we are visiting doesn’t necessarily have a dark history, but it has a pretty incredible and long one. St. Joseph’s church is a 1900 storm survivor so you can imagine all of the incredible things it has seen. It was the perfect place for us to begin our dark and moody inspiration shoot. I am so in love with our Bride’s black birdcage veil. I never grow tired of birdcage veils. Can we see more of them, again? Just wait until you see what we have saved for dessert!

To see more of this amazing inspirational wedding, check out the extended gallery.

Photography: C. Baron Photography | Cinematography: C. Baron Photography

Venue: St. Joseph’s Church and Calvary Catholic Cemetery

Gown & Suit: Something Blue | Dinnerware: A Finer Event

Invitation: HH Design House | Jewelry: Brazos Market Avenue

Linens: LBL Event Rentals | HMU: Made you Blush

Cake: Cakes by Jula | Florals: Haute Flowers

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