Wedding Workshop with MN Wedding Vendors

Our first Wedding Workshop was a stellar success. What better way to kick off the evening than with delicious food catered by Craft Catering. Presentations ranged from a make up demonstration to wedding day time line advice. Stay tuned for the next workshop! Thanks You: Mollie Kae Hair and Make Up Artistry Urban Fitness Twin Cities Carrousel Travel | American Express Jenna A Events Dena Swenson Design Craft Catering Forever Bride I adore these talented, motivated ladies!...

Mollie Kae Artistry, Twin Cities Hair and Make up Artist

Meet the beautiful Miss Mollie Kae! This girl is fierce with a makeup brush and can whip out an updo in no time. She is a master at her craft and the heart to go with it. I love being able to work with this talented lady on styled shoots and real weddings. Take a look at […]

Meet the beautiful Miss Mollie Kae! This girl is fierce with a makeup brush and can whip out an updo in no time. She is a master at her craft and the heart to go with it. I love being able to work with this talented lady on styled shoots and real weddings. Take a look at this beautiful Cinderella styled shoot she did hair and makeup for: https://jeanninemarie-blog.com/minneapolis-wedding-photographer/twin-cities-cinderella-themed-styled-shoot-at-hope-glen-farm/ Go check her out more of her work at http://www.molliekae.com/...

Top 5 Wedding Makeup Tips

Sarah with Sarah Elizabeth Artistry, a Minneapolis wedding makeup artist, has 5 wedding makeup tips for brides: Top 5 Wedding Tips From a Makeup Artist 1. “I Hate my Skin”: If you have something about your skin that you hate (acne, scarring, texture issues, etc.) it’s best to start a skin care routine to correct […]

Sarah with Sarah Elizabeth Artistry, a Minneapolis wedding makeup artist, has 5 wedding makeup tips for brides: Top 5 Wedding Tips From a Makeup Artist 1. “I Hate my Skin”: If you have something about your skin that you hate (acne, scarring, texture issues, etc.) it’s best to start a skin care routine to correct it at least 6-8 months before your wedding day. Issues take time to correct and there is no magic wand product that will clear up acne overnight or treat lines + wrinkles in 8 hours. Seeing a professional aesthetician well before the big day will make it possible to put your best face forward on the wedding day. Bonus Tip: Try not to change an established routine right before the wedding. The amount of potential stress and anxiety can alter the skin’s reaction to even familiar products/treatments. Throwing the “next best thing” on your skin is just asking for trouble when you have an established routine. 2. Look Like Yourself, Only Better: You’re wedding day isn’t the time to “reinvent” yourself. You want your spouse-to-be to be in awe of how you look when they see you at the end of the aisle, not have a look of “who are you?!?” on their face when you’re saying your vows. Look your best, but look like you on your big day. Bonus Tip: When budgeting for your wedding and if you’re having makeup or hair services done, plan into your budget to do a preview service so you know how you’re going to look on your big day and there is time to make any...