If you just got engaged over Xmas, a huge congratulations to you, this is such an exciting time! If you are Lake District Wedding Planning, GOOD CHOICE this is definitely the most beautiful location (in my opinion) in the UK to get married.
Lake District Wedding Planning DOES NOT NEED TO BE STRESSFUL…
All the hotels have wedding coordinators who will give you a list of all their top suppliers. (I hope I’m on a few of those!)
All you need to do, is pick your date, email your chosen suppliers or those who have been recommended to you. Pick a dress, and turn up!
Ok so maybe I’m downplaying it a bit, but your hotel wedding coordinator will advise you and sort timings and it isn’t as hard as you may think.
If you would like to enquire about my services please firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a quote.
Wow what a strange old year 2020 was for weddings. Whilst the majority of my brides decided to postpone to this year, (BTW 2021 is going to be EPIC, come on we HAVE to be positive don’t we?) quite a few decided just to go for it and keep within the minimum of 15 people or just do a Lake District Elopement Wedding.
I have to say a Lake District Elopement Wedding is totally magical. Obviously we have the most stunning backdrops, which this winter are even more beautiful than ever. One other thing I’ve noticed though, is the lack of stress. Without all the guests, the nerves seem to vanish, there’s less financial pressure, and stress that a big wedding can bring, an elopement wedding is just about you and your bestie getting married and starting your life together. There’s going to be plenty of time for a massive party once we are all vaccinated, in fact I’m a little worried we are going to go too mad!
So whether the wedding of your dreams is a secret elopement wedding or a massive celebration andyou would like a quote from me please drop me an email email@example.com
3 ways to match your wedding jewellery to your bridal makeup and hair
Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day, but how do you know you’re choosing the right accessories? In this article, Jack Jahan from Ramsdens Jewellery offers his insight into co-ordinating jewellery with the rest of your bridal look.
There’s so much to consider when planning a wedding that it can be easy to forget about the finer details. However, it’s often the little things that have the biggest impact on your special day, including adding the finishing touches to your bridal look. The wrong colour, size, or style of jewellery can ruin an otherwise well put-together outfit, which is why it’s important to make sure you’re giving your wedding jewellery the attention it deserves.
Below are some of my top tips for co-ordinating your jewellery with your makeup, hairstyle, and dress to help you achieve a picture-perfect bridal look.
Co-ordinating with your wedding dress
Your wedding dress can have a big influence on your choice of bridal hairstyle, makeup, and jewellery. While many brides choose white for their big day, there are still plenty of different shades within this category and not all of them will suit the same accessories. For example, cream, champagne, or pale gold wedding dresses are still considered white but have a warmer undertone than brilliant or ivory whites. That means they’ll tend to suit gold jewellery more than silver.
If you’re planning on wearing a coloured dress for you wedding, such as red or green, I would recommend looking for complementary coloured gemstones for your bridal jewellery rather than matching. This can give your wedding look depth and prevent it from seeming too one-dimensional.
Colour-matching with your make-up
Many brides choose a natural makeup look for their wedding day featuring plenty of nudes and subtle contouring. As a result, they may wish to select soft pastel coloured accessories to complete the romantic look. If you want to stand out, however, as many modern brides do, choose one bold makeup signature such as a red lip or blue eyeshadow, then continue the theme with matching jewellery. This helps to achieve an impactful yet co-ordinated look.
Your makeup can also influence which style of jewellery you may choose. Delicate makeup will suit fine or layered jewellery more than chunky accessories, so ask your makeup artist for a bolder face if you know you want to go big with your jewellery. This includes large hoop earrings as well as statement necklaces.
Choosing earrings based on your hairstyle
Your hairstyle can affect which kinds of jewellery are more suitable for completing your bridal look. Earrings are arguably among the most important pieces of jewellery you’ll wear on your wedding day, as they are worn the closest to your face and will be present in all your wedding photos. So, it’s worth taking the time to make sure you’ve chosen the right pair.
A loose or messy hairstyle such as a chignon, for example, can cause issues if you’d like to wear complicated statement earrings, so you may want to consider studs or small hoops if this is your chosen hairstyle. Alternatively, updos can give you plenty more freedom when choosing earrings for your wedding day, but if you’ll be wearing a lot of decorative slides or clips, then a more modest earring will help balance out the look better.
These are some of the most important aspects of your bridal look to consider when choosing the right jewellery for your wedding day. By looking for jewellery that complements your makeup, hair, and dress, you’ll be sure to look your best when you say, “I do.”
She was bridesmaid at two weddings I was lucky enough to be the makeup artist at this Summer.
For this look she asked for Kim Kardashian vibes…
When people say Kim K, what do they mean?
I interpret it to be a soft smokey eye in gorgeous warm browns, lots of contour but done so fantastically it just looks like an amazing bone structure (which she has anyway) and I think the main thing Kim K’s makeup artist always achieves is incredible skin. I think good skin is so important, and to a certain extent a good makeup artist can fake it for you with the right products.
So, what is highlighter? Lots of you may know the answer, but I get lots of brides who are not massive wearers and want to know what each product does and how to use it. One of these products I get quizzed on is highlighter.
Where to put it?
The best places to apply highlighter is on the upper cheekbone, underneath the eyes, the cupids bow on your upper lip and on the inside corner of the eye.
What does it do?
The name highlighter is the clue, it highlights that part of your face.
This is down to personal opinion. I love ‘Soft and Gentle’ by Mac Cosmetics, which is what I have used in this image.
I love Nars creamy concealer – although in my personal kit I have just trialled the new maybelline one and it’s awesome so save your pennies and get that one.
I have so many eye palettes, it’s almost a bit of an addiction. I love Urban Decay palettes, I have quite a few Charlotte Tilbury, the pillow talk eye set has been especially popular this year. I love the Huda nude, and the new Illamasqua nude palette. I’m basically sold if I like the colours and they stay on your face. I never use cheap palettes as I just don’t think the pigment is as good or has the staying power you need for a wedding day.
So this is where I can save you some pennies. I’ve tried every eye liner on the market (well almost) and NOTHING compares to the Maybelline 24hr Gel Liner – it’s awesome and is definitely tear and sweat proof, so you don’t need to worry about any wobbles as you walk down the isle, or getting hot and bothered on the dance floor.
Ifyou want a chat about your bridal makeup drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org