Like many of the brides who approach me to do their wedding, Eilidh told me that she didn’t really wear makeup on a day to day basis and didn’t really know what she wanted. In these occasions I tell my brides we will keep the makeup very soft and naturally radiant so that they do not feel too different from normal. My brides should look effortlessly beautiful and the makeup should never shout.
Photography – Ashley Coombes Photography
I was recently remind of this image by Dom at Duke photography, who took the image, while we were at a recent wedding showcase at the wonderful Carlowrie Castle. We shot it a while ago but I don’t think I have ever blogged it so am doing so now. It is such a wonderful image that captures the vintage feel of ‘Flm Noir’ perfectly. Is this a look you are considering for your wedding?
Such a lovely morning with Laura and her ladies at Prestonfield House in May last year. There was a modern vintage feel to the wedding and that is what she wanted for the makeup and I think she looks stunning with her glowing complexion and soft warm red lips.
Photographer – Duke Photography
I met Lynne when I was recommended to her by her sister-in-law Gemma, who’s wedding I had done about a year before. Its always really lovely to get recommendations and follow up on brides. Gemma was one of Lynne’s bridesmaids so we had a good old natter and catch up as I did her makeup. I had such a lovely morning making up Lynne, her maids and her Mum ! It’s such a delight when everyone feels so comfortable with you, and you them, that you are fully accepted into the morning as just one of the family. Feel so privileged to have the job I do.
I just received these lovely photos from a wedding I did at Norton House Hotel in Edinburgh. It was a pretty hectic wedding morning. The girls were so lovely and I had great fun. I think you’ll agree they all look stunning. The one one of the bridesmaids seeing Natalie for the first time has to be one of my favorite photos of all time.