Tuesday 2 July 2013

June Update!

June has been a spectacular month! I spent the first couple of weeks working and holidaying in Marbella.
It was so nice to be in the sunshine and I absolutely love working there.  I did hair and make-up for Margot's huge bridal party of ten at the stunning Hacienda De San Rafael in Seville (http://www.haciendadesanrafael.com/).
I was working alongside the fabulous Reviva weddings team (http://www.reviva-weddings.com/) who styled and planned the entire wedding to perfection!  You can also see Reviva weddings fantastic blog about the dayhttp://theweddingdecorator.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/gorgeous-wedding-details-at-hacienda.html.
Lizzie Marriage (http://www.marriageweddingservices.com/) performed the ceremony, it was lovely to see her again as she did my own wedding ceremony in Spain unbelievably nearly a year ago now!  I look forward to seeing some professional shots of the day as the photographers were really creative and came all the way from Madrid. It was a challenging day which I always love, I was up at 5am, drove to Seville and worked most of the day as the bride had a hair change and make-up was refreshed for the evening so I finished and arrived home at 9.45pm. My mum assisted me which was a great help and it was so good to work together, I got to do the bossing around for a change!

I also did hair and make-up for gorgeous Emma Jane and her bridal party in Marbella working alongside the marvellous Reviva weddings team again and a fabulous photographer Pierre Richardson (http://www.pierrerichardsonphotography.com/).  You can see some of the professional shots below.
Inbetween weddings I did make time for some sunbathing and relaxation which was fabulous.

Back to England and a lot of paperwork after three weeks away...  I have spent a week just catching up!
I also made time to visit Alberge du lac at Brocket Hall for a lovely ladies day lunch with my mum as part of her birthday celebrations. Now its back to lots of shoots, weddings and lessons and looking forward to a hot and sunny July.


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