Camille Styles

Into the Woods

October 6th, 2014

There’s something so inherently terrifying about the woods. Take me on a hike any day of the week, but as soon as that trail starts to taper off, I’m backtracking faster than you can say trick-or-treat. Since there’s nothing we love more than letting our imaginations run wild this time of year (remember last year’s Clue themed dinner party, and our The Birds themed bash the year before?) we took this year’s Halloween shoot to the one place where none of us feel safe: the woods. With party elements inspired by everything wild and foraged, plus two hauntingly gorgeous models, we designed an All Hallow’s Eve bash that would send even the bravest of thrill-seekers running. Click through for all the details, and be sure to stop by later this week as we unveil recipes, DIY projects and printables from the shoot.

*photography by Melanie Grizzel

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15 Comments under :: Into the Woods
  1. 204 Park says:

    This is gorgeous! I love the overall feel – so whimsical and a bit creepy at the same time. The poison ivy favours are the best!

  2. I am totally into Halloween this year! I love the Into The Woods theme – everything looks spooky, yet chic. The pumpkin macaroons are probably my favorite thing!

  3. arielle says:

    what a gorgeous shoot! I love that the overall vibe was just a little creepy. and those flower crowns were absolute perfection.

    love, arielle
    a simple elegance

  4. Loverly says:

    We’re loving the mystery of this shoot! Eerie elegance is such a great fall theme for Halloween. Can’t wait for wednesday to see the drink recipe!

  5. Audrey says:

    This is one of the most creative shoots I’ve seen, and you managed to create something beautiful and spooky at the same time.
    The flowers are gorgeous — even the faded ones.

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  8. JPei says:

    Wow this is incredible! What a weird yet cool concept 😀

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