Beautiful Winter Weddings Wiltshire

I had some lovely Winter Weddings Wiltshire over the Christmas period.

On Saturday 8th December I was the wedding hair stylist for the lovely Kirsty and her bridesmaid in the Cotswolds.

Kirsty was getting married in the extremely pretty village of Northleach at The Wheatsheaf Inn – apparently Kate Moss lives close by, and she had her wedding  a couple of years ago close by, so it has become a popular setting for a wedding. And it’s no surprise why, with gorgeous villages set in beautiful countryside, it was a perfect sunny crisp day for Kirsty’s wedding.

The Wheatsheaf Inn weddings

It brought out lots of the locals and even Nasty Nick stopped by The Wheatsheaf for a pint!

Similar to that of Kate Moss’ wedding, there was a country feel with flowers being a focal point. I nestled some gorgeous flowers into the hairstyles.

Wedding Hair Wiltshire

Wedding hair with flowers

bridal and bridesmaid make up Wiltshire

In the lead up to Christmas it was then the turn of Varaluck who incorporated a Thai and Scottish wedding in the gorgeous setting of Castle Combe Manor House Hotel, situated between Chippenham and Bath.

Castle Combe Manor House Hotel Wiltshire

She had a small ceremony on the Friday, where I did the hair and make-up for herself and her bridal party and then a reception the next day following a traditional Thai celebration where she could let her hair down.

weddings wiltshire

So we went for a beautifully glossy curled up-do for the wedding hair and then a glamorous half up half down hairstyle for the Saturday with tumbling curls.

wedding wiltshire

Matt & Varaluck tucking into their scrumptious cake 🙂

hair and makeup bridal party wiltshire

They were such a lovely bridal party to work for, here’s all the girls together 🙂

I look forward to lots more weddings in the New Year and 2013 – set in gorgeous venues in the the Wiltshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire areas.


Beauty Call

Franchisee for Swindon and Salisbury postcodes
Wiltshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire