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  • Writer's pictureAnn Krause

This post is a tribute our lovely clients, we just love to show off your beautiful wedding day looks! Scroll below to check out some of our recent brides including a lot of pics I haven't shared anywhere else just yet.




Ryan Moore Photography



Allison Williams Photography


(makeup by Beauty by Ann Krause)


Photography by Wild Heart Visuals

Madelyne Maloney


Jefferson May Photography



Nicole Donnelly Photo



Photos by Kyle Szeto



Photos by Gerber & Scarpelli Weddings



Sara Myers Photography

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Through out the past few years of specializing in wedding hair and makeup theres definitely some common questions I get asked by a lot of our clients. Read on to learn what others are asking about and just maybe get a few of your questions answered too!

Q. Should my lip color on my wedding day look like my natural color?

A. This is up to you! Keeping with a natural color palette with your makeup in general is always a safe bet and will give you a classic look that wont end up looking dated in your photos years down the road. That's not to say that you must play it safe. If you're feeling like being a bit more bold with your look I suggest trying either a bold lip or bold eye (this is what your trial run is for)!

Q. I can't decide if I want to wear my hair up or down on my wedding day, what should I do?

A. I totally get it, there's so many great options to choose from. This is when I suggest considering the weather and your complete image including your wedding gown. If you're getting married in late July, you may lean towards a low bun that will keep your hair in place in spite of humidity, and keep you a few degrees cooler. If your gown has a very low back, wearing a half down style can give a nice balanced look.

Q. Should I choose traditional or airbrush makeup?

A. There's a few factors to consider here and ultimately your makeup artist will discuss your specific skin and concerns along with your inspiration pics to choose the best way to proceed. Traditional makeup involves a liquid foundation and powder (like most of us are used to) while airbrush can offer a lighter finish with better resistance to perspiration.

Q. How can we make sure that my wedding hair and makeup last all day?

A. When you have your hair and makeup done professionally we use all of our special tricks and techniques to make sure that the finished results will last as long as possible for you.

Your trial run session comes in handy here because we can use this test run to determine if we need to overcompensate or adjust anything ahead of the day.

Ultimately, the weather can be unpredictable and sometimes not favorable for keeping makeup and hair in tact. If you plan on being outdoors for awhile and/or if your wedding falls between late July & mid September you may want to consider booking touch up services for that added assurance.

I hope you found this helpful!

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As I was putting together this latest post (to show off some of the beautiful photos from 10 of our recent wedding clients) I didn't know at first what I would title it or what the focus would be.

Then as I scrolled through, I quickly noticed a few common themes across the board. In fact, our clients chose mostly similar looks!

For Makeup, an application with muted and natural colors overall and a bold lash has been the most popular, with our fall & winter brides sometimes opting for a deeper color palette.

On the hair styling side, wearing hair down or half down remains more popular than ever- with the "tucked behind the ears" look highly requested for the 5th year in a row.

I firmly believe that updos will never go out of style for the wedding day. Currently, various versions of the low bun are the top choice.

See below some of our favorite looks from our beautiful clients!


Fox & Ivory Photography


Nicole Morisco Photography


Lauren Ashley Studios


Meredith Donnelly Photography


Jasko Photography


Brian Barnhart Jr. Photography


Photos by Maudlin Co.


Maypole Studios


Michael and Kristin Photography


Aanna Chase Photography

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