14 Feb 2015
Choosing your colors on your wedding day can be very stressful and I have come across so many people who thinks and says, "I can do it all by myself". That's a good nature to have when you are helping a friend or an acquaintance, but when you are #planning a once-in-a-lifetime #event like your #wedding, you really should not take chances. I always remind my clients that once the wedding/event is over, it's really over and you can't recreate those precious moments the second time. In addition, I'm usually taken aback when clients are willing to spend money in securing the venue and paying the caterers and so on but are now looking for someone who can help them with a cheap, but nicely done decoration for their big day! In my opinion, that's not the best approach.
Once you are engaged and you have decided on your wedding date, the next thing you should do is to give us a call. Typically, I suggest wedding planning should start at least one year in advance, if you desire a flawless event. The earlier you call, the best value you will get for your money. We work to save you money not the other way round. We will ensure that no stone is left unturned while also keeping your budget in mind.
Now, let's take a look at the color combo Gold and Orange for your traditional wedding outfit or maybe for your second appearance at your reception. Jenn (pictured in this post)racefully allowed our brushes and gifted hands to work on her beautiful face. Enjoy the makeover below and we do hope you'll be inspired!
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