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“I wasn’t in Stylist mode on my wedding day. I was relaxed, trying to enjoy the morning. Then the nerves set in! When I am working on a wedding, I am always in-the-zone, ready to make everything perfect for my bride.
I will do anything to make her stress free. For me, my maid and matron of honor made that possible.
It didn't set in that I was the bride and it was my wedding day until the photographer showed up. Then it got very real - getting in the dress was when I got emotional!"
“In terms of how I am now with my brides at work, it made me so different! It made me more sensitive to my bride's needs and their anxiety levels. I will listen to her concerns and insecurities a little more carefully. I know now it is more about their jitters and not my ability as an artist. It’s the over thinking... from family drama, to wrinkles in the dress, to things not going 100% as planned.
But hopefully as an artist and recent bride, I can give my advice and care to make her look and feel perfect on her special day!
“It's the little things that I realized mattered on your wedding day. Like having a personal touch up kit with extra things you may need.
I now appreciate those special touches we provide to our brides that make the day go that much easier.
I've always been a timely person and I realized how much it matters for our team to always run a little early. It keeps the vibe of the morning so much more calm, relaxed and stress free!
“On my wedding day, we luckily were running a little early, so when my bridal party dressed me for the day, I felt so relaxed and happy! I was so excited for my first look, which every bride should do and couldn’t wait to show my mom and dad my beautiful self!”
Vendors for Angela and John’s Wedding:
Venue: Saratoga Lake Golf Course
Church: Christ Episcopal in Ballston Spa
Hair & Makeup Artist: True Beauty Company
Dress: Sue Small
Desserts: Two Birds
Entertainment: Mark Hersh
Flowers: Dehn’s Flowers