Just like fashion and decor, bridal beauty changes with the start of each season. If you are getting married in fall, you have much to be excited about when it comes to makeup! In need of inspiration, but don’t know where to begin? Start by checking out what’s happening on the runway and red carpet. There are some stunning makeup looks being showcased right now. But the real question is “How do they translate to the wedding aisle?”
Knowing that you’re busy enough already, we went ahead and rounded up the best fall wedding makeup ideas for 2018. From dramatic eyes to a natural rosy glow, we’re sure you’ll find something that will have you looking and feeling your best on the big day. Read More
Winter may be pretty to look at. But with the freezing temps, wind, and spending hours indoors in a dry, heated environment, this time of year wreaks havoc on our skin. Planning a winter wedding is stressful enough. The last thing you want to deal with is a dull, flaky complexion.
We’ve had the pleasure of watching our brides look and feel their best at the hands of some New York City’s finest wedding make up artists. Who better to give winter skincare advice than the experts?! Here they share their must-have products, and Dos and Don’ts for achieving glowing skin on your wedding day. Read More
Colette Lettieri’s road to becoming a health coach to some of New York City’s leading professional women wasn’t a straight one. Any detours encountered have in turn, become building blocks in Colette’s successful career. Drawing from her background in education and social work, and experiences as a wife and mother, she formulates dynamic health and fitness programs that cater to the specific needs, goals, and lifestyle of each client.
Planning for a wedding is as stressful as it is exciting. From securing a venue and vendors to finding a dress to staying on budget, the to-do list can be overwhelming. Colette has helped many brides-to-be face the stress of wedding planning head on. And her approach isn’t just about helping a bride fit into her dress. Read More
Lauren and David’s engagement photoshoot is sweet perfection. You may remember the tutorial and flower crown recipe we shared when this charming bride-to-be asked us to design an ethereal, bohemian-chic floral head piece for her engagement session.
We got to know Lauren’s lovely sense of style while working on designs for her big day next June. For this engagement session, she envisioned blush roses and shared an inspiration image from a gorgeous French wedding. Instead of standard roses, we suggested delicate, light-pink spray roses, and ethereal baby’s breath. Cool-toned, seeded eucalyptus complimented the intricate, ivory petals of tiny wildflowers, including poetically-named astrantia million stars…
New Rouge Louboutin Lip Color looks like it was made for brides! Inspired by Art Deco objet d’art and by Middle Eastern antiques, the weighty, metal case is laced with a silk ribbon. It takes us back to the glamorous days when every girl carried beautiful compacts and lipstick cases, meant to be seen and refilled. This sense of detail and glamour is something we don’t always bother with anymore for the every day, but for your wedding day? Absolutely! And imagine surprising all your bridesmaids with these treasures
This lipstick comes in three silky finishes, from satin to matte, and a gorgeous range of colors. Our pick? Bikini, a blush-pink, perfect to pack for your honeymoon. Read More
Bride-to-be Lauren asked us to create a floral crown for her engagement shoot and we were more than happy to say yes! Flower crowns are wildly popular with chic brides right now. Wearing blooms close to the face brings out every woman’s natural beauty and evokes tradition; adorning hair with fresh flowers, for weddings and festivals, was just as on-trend in ancient Greece and Medieval Europe as it is today.
We got to know Lauren’s lovely sense of style while working on designs for her big day next June. For this engagement session, she envisioned blush roses and shared an inspiration image from a gorgeous French wedding. Instead of standard roses, we suggested delicate, light-pink spray roses, and ethereal baby’s breath. Cool-toned, seeded eucalyptus complimented the intricate, ivory petals of tiny wildflowers, including poetically-named astrantia million stars. Fresh and romantic, the finished crown looked perfect with Lauren’s “lob,” worn in gentle waves. Read More