Today were going to talk more about the power of a great venue and an organized planner. Amanda is an event manager for the Childrens Diabetes Foundation. So she knows how to keep her cool when planning large events. Easier said than done? Just a few simple things can really get your wedding day off to an amazing start.
Amanda came in with a very well detailed description of what she likes for her makeup look. She had numerous photos of looks she liked and also photos of herself in her every day makeup. This really helped me get an idea of what she liked and how my style could blend into hers. I like to let brides know that makeup translates much differently into the lens of a professional camera than to what you see in person. I have been in the industry since 2007. I have worked with many different photographers from the start of a shoot to the end. This has helped me see how deep the color on and around the eye, cheek contour, down to the lip shade.
Amanda also had her bridesmaids hair and makeup scheduled down to the minute. We had 2 makeup artist and 2 hair stylists. We also had 8 maids, 2 moms and 1 bride to finish in 3 or so hours. The maids new just when their time was supposed to begin and they were ready to roll! They were out the door and to their scheduled shuttle on time!
Plan your own prep schedule or let me help you! I can get in contact with the planner and the hair stylist to get us on the right track for the morning! I pride myself on always being on time and ready to go. You can be assured that you chose the best makeup artist for your personal style by doing just these few little steps. This will not only ease your mind for your wedding day, but your pictures will translate your collected mood!
Photography by Alison Emrick Photography
Location: Spruce Mountain Ranch
Hair by Riley Fedel