March started and finished for me with an influx of trials..so busy busy!!!
March 20th brought me a photoshoot at the STEAM Museum in Swindon, Wiltshire organised by Natalie Lovett of Love To Plan, the museum is now an exciting wedding venue! And what a great venue it is, with the pictures we got back from the shoot for the STEAM magazine and website it’s a location with vintage flair. With the Caerphilly Castle Steam Train setting the scene, as well as bunting and flowers a plenty, this really does set it apart from other venues!
It was a great day making over Emily Cooper who was our beautiful bride for the day. I decided to go for a vintage feel hair and makeup, to tie in with the location so she modelled a loosely waved updo with a striking red lip and perfectly defined eyes.
The gorgeous flowers were provided by Julia of Bouquets For Brides and the beautiful dresses were supplied by Jill Chatfield of Hazlewood Bridal Boutique.
The picture postcard scenes were captured by Your Digital Memories who did a great job and got a fab shot of the bride’s veil flowing out of the train like steam!
The first day of summer was my bridal makeover for a colleague of mine. Natalie was blessed with gorgeous sunshine you couldn’t have counted on having, on the first summer’s day! And although the clocks had changed the night before it all ran like clockwork. As well as doing Natalie’s bridal makeup I was invited to the wedding at the lovely venue of Norman Court Prep School West Tytherly, Wiltshire.
29th March was Easton Royal Schools pamper evening – where I got to give free makeup consultations and makeup the yummy mummy’s in the area, leaving them looking ready to ditch the dinners and taxi driving and glam it up on the town!!
A great month, long may it continue!