I can't believe it's been a one year since I had the honor to not only photograph this wedding but to also do hair and make-up for the bride and her bridesmaids.
It's the ultimate sign of trust when I get a bride ask me to coordinate some of the most important services for their big day. In my book, it's one of the highest honors.
I started the day early completing eight services in just under four hours, arriving at 12 to the venue to immediately start photographing the day.
It was there that I met the charming groom as he anxiously awaited his beautiful bride.
The bride and her bridesmaids wanted a fresh look, so I put my focus on the eyes and skin. And yes everyone including grandma got a pair of lashes. Lashes are vital in bringing a look together, especially when you want a clean look; eyelashes will open up your eyes and know years off of you. (Tip: Be sure to get lashes that open not close your eyes. You want to make sure the strips are thin, and lashes are not heavy.)
For Brooke's hair, we wanted a vintage look. As you can see, we had the volume at the top of the crown, which added drama and made her profile so stunning. I did have to add some filler hair to help hold the shape of the style since she had heavy hair.
This half up and half down was perfect for this event and even held the weight of a long cathedral veil and the long night of dancing plus the Florida humidity. Also, we did add a few hair picks to the hair for added flair.
If you are still looking for a artist whether you are needing hair, make-up or photography. I would love to work with you!- Jessica