Imagine. You have picked out your dream dress, venue and all the fine details are in place. Now it’s time to start thinking about how you want to look your best when you walk down the aisle…
When looking for wedding makeup tips, it’s okay to feel overwhelmed by the endless tips and tricks on the internet. Look no further than here because we have put together 7 bridal makeup tips that will make sure you look flawless on your special day. Prepare to say “I do” to the following bridal tips.
From the moment you say "yes" to the most important question you have ever been asked, there is so much to plan, so many details to work out. Planning your wedding day is as fun as it is stressful, or stressful as it is fun, we are not sure which is truer. It's going to be amazing, though, we know that for sure. In the process of planning your big day, you can actually plan to be less stressed.
Looking for the perfect wedding venue for your Asheville wedding?
Very few places combine the quintessential charm of the South with the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains like Asheville, NC does. It has quickly become one of the premier wedding destinations in the United States and provides a variety of settings for your special day…from the rustic coziness of the farm to the grandeur of the Biltmore Estate. Asheville also delivers multiple wedding day resources, including amazing vendors for flowers and food, excellent photographers, and quality professional makeup and hair resources, like those you will find here at Jeanne’s Hair and Make-Up Studio. With all of this in one place, why would you want to have a wedding anywhere else?
Your big day is almost here. It’s the day you have anticipated for years, and you know it’s going to be perfect. However, the preparation and planning that goes into planning your ceremony and reception can feel overwhelming. There are so many details to work through. Are you feeding dinner or hors d'oeuvres? What will your colors be? Do you want an indoor or outdoor ceremony? Would you rather have a view of the mountains or a waterfall for your backdrop?