I am very excited to announce that our ‘Natural Ballerina’ styled shoot is currently being featured on wedding blog Bride & Tonic. We had a very lovely, relaxed time on location with this shoot and so many wonderful suppliers were involved.
See the full shoot images here x
Photography / Jessica Davies Photography | Venue / Penton Park | Model / Teddie Hargrave
Make Up / Frances Moore MUA | Flowers / Lily Lupin Floral Design | Cake / Sparkle Bakes
Dress Boutique / Exquisite Bridal Couture – Winchester | Stationery / Peony & Rose Wedding Stationary
Accessories / Victoria Fergusson Accessories | Velvet Ring Box / La Petite Box
There is definitely something to be said when it comes to a natural bridal makeup design. I often think to myself when the skin is looking this healthy and fab already, then why mess with it? For my clients who prefer a very light touch of makeup – I like to focus on the eyes leaving the skin to speak for itself. I also tend to concentrate on creating a soft dewy glow with a hint of blush, which gives that impression of a healthy glow from within without making it look false and easy to spot. For lipstick shades I often keep very close to the natural shade of the lips – mainly using the lipstick to provide an even colour rather than cover what is already there.
I do love a natural look especially if the wedding theme compliments the style – like a garden party or forest wedding x
Your bridal makeup trial is a vitally important element to your overall makeup design. It gives us the opportunity to discuss and look through any images of your wedding gown, flowers and theme. To also talk through what you want from your bridal makeup – do you want to have a subtle or bold approach? Or do you want the makeup to follow a 1950’s, Boho or Art deco theme?
I believe it is paramount for you to have choices for your wedding, but I am also there to help guide and advise.
I treat the trial as a completely open forum where any idea and opinion is welcome.