Beauty and fashion are key elements at any wedding and so that’s why we want to spend a whole day talking about these details. The style of dress, the way you wear your hair, the accessories you choose and the colors you bring into your attire make a statement and set the mood for your event! Today we have the best of the best in Utah sharing tips and advice about looking your best on the big day!
“Silk jacquard trumpet gown from Modern Trousseau has a sweetheart neckline and is accented by a sculptural bow at the shoulder. The lines are classic and lean, while the textured, light-weight fabric gives the gown a fresh, singular feel.” – Hilary, Alta Moda Bridal
Balance is everything when it comes to weddings. From location to nail polish, it’s important to work with professionals who can keep it just right. This includes your hair and makeup and we can’t express how important it is to hire a professional team who knows all the current trends and tricks to making sure you and your bridal party look perfect on the big day! The team at Enizio is so educated and talented they are our go-to for beauty tips!
HAIR & MAKEUP:
“When working with dominant elements or decor that is the ‘current trend’ it’s crucial to keep makeup natural and hair simple. Too much texture in the hair or over dramatic makeup may be too much and date the entire event all together. Hair and makeup may be what makes or breaks it. I chose a low pony to soften the brides look and it also makes her more inviting in a daytime setting.
Her makeup palette consisted of neutrals which will play well with the entire color scheme. Should a bride want to incorporate color into the makeup when working with strong color schemes, I suggest using complimentary colors to keep the bride the focus of attention. Talk with your makeup artist to know what colors work best with your tones and the tones in your wedding decor.”
“Because the bride was smooth and classic with pattern in the gown, I reversed the look with the bridesmaid. Solid color dress called for pattern in the hair and gave room to play with the makeup. Dressing the eyes with a bit more drama then the bride will dress up the bridal party and the event all together without dramatizing the bride.”– Cynthia Dean, Enizio
The perfect jewelry and accessories can really make or break your outfit, which is a key phrase used in any type of fashion. We are huge on choosing the perfect jewelry that fits you and fits your style. Fun colored statement pieces are big this year and Katie Waltman’s designs are perfect! We just die over all the emerald jewels!
“The bride is wearing a hand-picked natural agate gold necklace paired with gold framed emerald earrings and a matching statement ring. This combination, along with a simple stack of beaded emerald wraps and bright gold chain bracelets, adds a fun pop of color to the traditional bridal look.
For the bridesmaid, we went for a more playful look with feathered chains, dangling teardrop earrings and a bright strand of emerald beads” – Katie Waltman
THE BRIDESMAID DRESS:
“Silk shantung Lynn Lugo bridesmaids dress features a cinched natural waistline and surplice neckline. Other favorite details include pockets, a bra-friendly design, and a mod-inspired skirt shape.” – Lily & Iris
Dress Code is a custom menswear brand that focuses on fit, personalization, and experience. Consider them your personal tailor! We feel that it’s not only important to make sure you have the perfect dress and look beautiful on your wedding day, but that it’s equally important that your groom is stylish and polished as well!
“The ‘Essential Black’ custom suit runs at $300 flat. No add-ons, no premiums, just $300. This look shows you don’t need anything flashy to stand out on your wedding day. If you focus on a contemporary fit that is cut to your body type, you’ll look confident and distinct.
Fit is everything. Investing in custom is a smart move. You’ll personalize every detail and will show off a fit that nothing can match!” – Dress Code
Dapper up your groomsmen with a pant + vest combo, starting at $120. Or go all out with groomsmen suits starting at just $220 per suit.