Frequently Asked Questions

What is the booking process?

Once you've completed our contact enquiry form with all the relevant information I'll be able to check availability and come back to you with a quote. You'll be directed to your own client portal where you will be able to view and accept your quote and sign a contract. 

A £100 booking fee is required to hold the date in my diary.  Once you have paid this along with acceptance of the contract you will receive booking confirmation and you'll be able to view your payment schedule in your client portal. 

Can I come for a trial before I book?

Yes, absolutely!

You should be aware, however, that my time is very limited during the months of April - October.  It's likely You'll have to wait several weeks for my next availability and I can't hold a date without payment of the booking fee. 

I will require full payment upfront for trials booked on an 'audition basis' but this will be refunded If I have to cancel. 

How long before my wedding day should I come for a trial?

Around 3 months to 6 weeks is a perfect time as you should, by this point, know how you're dress is going to look and what hair accesories you may want. You're hair colour and lenght shouldn't be too far off what it will be on the day either. 

Too far in advance isn't recommended however, we appreciate that many of our brides that live overseas are resrtriced as to when they'll be in the UK.  

How far do you travel?

Traveling is a part of the job I particularly love so there really is no limit.  The majority of my bookings ere dotted around the North East of England and the National peak district but I often venture much further afield and have mastered the art of packing my kit for destination weddings.   

What brands do you use?

Charlotte Tilbury, Hourglass, Natasha Danona, Iconic, KVD, ABH, Kiko, NYX, Illamasqua and stila, but to name a few.