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Wedding Industry Awards 2012

I attended the Wedding Industry Awards 2012 last week that took place at Cafe De Paris in London’s West End.

The awards are only wedding industry awards that are voted for solely by the wedding clients of the suppliers who have entered; the only true representation of just how good wedding suppliers really are.

A big congratulations to everyone who won this year xx

The atmosphere at these awards are always electric… I feel honored and love being a  part of this industry. And always lovely catching up with people in the industry.

Im excited to let you all know that i will be putting myself up for nomination next year… so will ask all my beautiful brides to vote nearer the time. xx

 

 

 

Bright Pink Bride.

Perfect makeup on her wedding day means you don’t want to look overly made up. The rule of thumb is to enhance either your eyes or your lips, but not both at the same time. If you go for minimal eye makeup, do a bright pop of colour on the lips, but if you’re doing a smokier eye with a lot of drama, go for a softer lip colour.

A bright bold vibrant colour that I used on Louise’s wedding day was a MAC classic colour “Girl About Town” This beautiful bright pink, doesn’t look to overpowering and looks great on every bride.

Louise made pink a feature and added bright pink shoes and flowers to her outfit. She looked so beautiful, a wedding I will not forget.

MU/Hair: Gemma Sutton. Photography: http://www.wildweddings.co.uk/

Bride and Groom: Miss Louise Sullivan and Mr Tam Rodwell
Venue : LONDON  Fulham Palace SW6

Curvy Modern Mohawk

Lipstick is HOT right now, I think go red and bold with a bridal twist. Celebs like Gwen Stefani, Georgia Jagger and Katy Perry are all lovers of a brighter, vintage-esque sexy fuller lip.

My Top Tips to get your perfect red point.

• Smooth concealer over your lips to lock down the colour.
• Work in thin layers, starting from the middle of the lip and work outwards.

• Apply lip liner after the lipstick and Use a lip brush for a smother finish.
• Add clear gloss after to make lips look even fuller.

My favourite reds are Colour Fever Lipstick in 151 by Lancome, Signature hydra lustre lipstick in Rich Red by Estee Lauder and Moisture Drench Lipstick in Dare Devil by No.7

If you want a modern look with an edgy hair do, why not try a . This is a look both male and female can do! Adding curls to the your mohawk will make the look softer and more refined.

Venue : Altitude 360 & The River Room
Photography:  Sergerius Bruce Photography
Planning & Styling: Always Andri Wedding Design
Hair & Makeup: Gemma Sutton.

More Pic’s and info @ Rock My Wedding. xx

Yellow Bow.

With this stunning yellow bow and gorgeous details this is definitely not to be missed!
This shoot was the result of a collaboration of a number of people in the wedding industry. Juliet McKee, Stacey Marie Chalk of Cherry Topped Bespoke Weddings. The dresses were supplied by Lou Lou Bridal which were customised for the shoot with yellow sash made by Emma Meek of Miss Bush Bridal. Hair and makeup was by myself.
With the makeup i went with deep black smoky eye using deep blacks and grey eyeshadows, adding layers of individual false lacers to give a glamours look. Skin was keep very natural using mineral foundation, adding a cream blush on lips and cheeks.
Hair was swept up off the face, to show off the makeup keeping all impact on the eyes. Model “Gemma Underhay”
This look would be for a bride wanting something a little more dramatic with a fashion but glamour twist.

Many Thanks to all team member’s of this shoot. xx

These and many more images will be featured in Wedding Magazine. Feb/Mar and Apr/May.

“Remember to buy your Wedding Magazine” x

Photographer: Juliet McKee
Wedding Planner: Stacey Marie Chalk
Dresses(lou Lou, Jesus Peiro)supplied by Miss Bush Bridal
Hair & MU: Gemma Sutton
Cake: Janet
Sweeties and jars:
Flowers: Steph Turpin
Table decor:
Additional glass wear,
Venue: Pendell House, in Surrey.

Gemma Sutton’s Bridal Collection.

With the collaboration of Gemma Sutton & Donna Crain they have teamed up to create this stunning collection of handmade bridal pieces exclusively for Gemma’s beautiful brides.

COMING SOON. x

Having worked in the bridal industry for over ten years Gemma appreciates a hair piece beautiful in design and of the highest quality, for Brides wanting something a little different and very special on the most important day of a their lives. With this is mind Gemma and Donna have created a stunning range of inspired, vintage and glamorous collection of elegant flowers and decedent hair accessories. Made with Donna’s love and passion in creating something special for the most important day of your life. x

Photography: David Wickham