Planning a wedding can be a very costly affair, and you might be asking yourself where you can cut costs on professional services and where you shouldn’t cut costs. Today we’re sharing 3 reasons why not to cut your hair and makeup budget.
The most valuable result of having both your hair and makeup done professionally on your wedding day is your wedding photos! At the end of the day, after the food has been eaten and the flowers have wilted, what do you have left? The history of your wedding day in photos.
Less stress and more happiness! What girl doesn’t like to be pampered? This day is all about you, and a bit of pampering and relaxation is the best way to set the tone for the day. This can also be that last little bit of time you get to spend with your best girlfriends, your bridal party, or your mom before the festivities get underway… it’s one of the very last things you’ll be doing as a single girl, make it special!
360-degree vision! No matter how hard we try to get that hair just perfect there are just some things we can’t see or reach a professional stylist has no blind spots. Much the same thought applies to a makeup artist. The artist knows how to bring out and accentuate your best features with highlighting, contouring and blending to make you look your best for both your groom and those cameras.
Additional credits: Hair & Makeup: Makeup In The 702 Styling & Props: Nostalgia Resources, Officiant: Peachy Keen Unions, Florals: Miss Daisy Floral, Venue: Atomic Liquors, Cake & Brunch Items: Mad Batter USA, Invitation Suite: Paper & Home, Dress: Liz Le, Glassware: Shop Blu Marble, Sugar: A Mess of Good