Looking for some Moody Wedding inspiration? You’ve come to the right place. And when we say right place, we’re talking about The Monroe Abbey in Phoenix. The Monroe Abbey in Phoenix, Arizona is seriously a sight. If you’ve had the pleasure of shooting at this location or just touring it, consider yourself lucky. The old building dates back to 1929, and if you know us, you know our love for old buildings. The former Baptist church that was destroyed by a fire in the mid ‘80s is now undergoing a transformation to keep the early 20th century exterior intact while cleaning up the inside. The goal is to host weddings and events at the property, giving Arizona natives a new and unique venue to choose from. This is the perfect setting for the moody wedding inspiration that was inspiration for this shoot.Our first project involvement with The Monroe Abbey was for a New Year’s Eve wedding we worked on in 2016/2017. The bride & groom were fortunate enough to go take some (seriously stunning) portraits in the space, making them part of the handful of folks who were lucky to utilize this unique space. It’s not rocket science to see the beauty that this beautiful building offers and why many would love the opportunity to work in such a unique space. When we were contacted by Brush & Nib to be a part of their editorial photo shoot, we knew that this opportunity may never come again. With a beautiful gown with the most beautiful lace detailing to the moody and lush florals, we think that the team behind this shoot had their work cut out for them. The black plates paired with our gold vintage flatware added serious details to our sweetheart harvest table set up. Simple garden chairs used for our bride & groom to sit on, in front of the 20th century style windows were one of our favorite details for the entire shoot. We hope you can find some moody wedding inspiration from this stunner.