Blush bridal inspiration
I wanted to create a shoot of a bride getting ready in elegant lounge and nightwear as well as in wedding dresses. I was inspired by blush and gold tones with hint of sparkle to fit with the upcoming party season with a luxury feel.
See Bride & Tonic for the feature.
Rebecca Searle - Make Up
For the photoshoot we wanted to create a luxury festive wedding look so I went for rich tones on the eyes, golds and roses with some shimmer for an extra festive feel, I wanted the skin to look healthy and glowing so I used the delilah cosmetics pure light liquid radiance mixed in with their time frame foundation and aura pure light highlighting powder to give extra glow and a soft flush of colour with their lullaby blush. I created a fresh rosy lip with delilahs lipstick in flirt and lipgloss in Amalie
I used some eylure lashes to give extra flutter
and definition. As the photoshoot progressed I smoked out the eye with some MAC brown down eyeshadow and Delilah ebony gel liner for a bit of extra drama, showing how a daytime look can easily be transformed into a going out/evening look suitable for any winter wedding or Christmas party.
Cake: Edible Essence
Hair Stylist: Layla Rebecca Smith – Insta: @curioushairuk
Make Up Artist: Rebecca Searle
Model: Lili Webster
Flowers: Holly Bee Flowers
Photographer: Emma Barrow
Wardrobe: The Wedding Company, Plympton
Hair Accessory: Claire Austin Bridal Hair Accessories