Making your way through your day, the reception is likely to be the most memorable part of your wedding and the refined styled of Regencycore ensures this styled scene captured by Sophie Epton Photography won’t soon be forgotten. All around the lush property of The Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria, the natural stone architecture creates a regal outdoor vibe that Remi + Gold exacerbate with artful blooms in a whimsical range of muted shades. Bountiful pastel florals and maximalist table settings of Regencycore are for the ultimate romantic and Premiere Events handled the latter, providing luxe velvet linens, gold flatware and so much more. A ruffle-covered cake in three tiers from 2tarts Bakery stopped the show right from its place atop a sophisticated outdoor dessert table that is sure to be all the rage among guests. Artists at Makeup ATX styled this bride model’s natural curls in an elegant, pinned side-sweep and romantic bridal makeup, plus colorful gemstone accessories from Nicole Mera which all made the perfect pairings for her high-neck bodice gown from a&bé bridal shop Austin decorated with appliqué florals. Muted tones were carried out through the paperie of the day from Fine Day Press who created coordinating invitation suite, place cards and menus as well. Your reception doesn’t have to go along with tradition, but this editorial makes traditional look oh-so-haute. Read on for a note about how Makeup ATX created this bride’s stunning hair and makeup look down below. Cheers!
Photo // Sophie Epton Photography
From hair and makeup artist Codie with Makeup ATX: “Our model, Cara, has amazing features. I wanted to show all of them off! I used a mixture of Face Atelier foundation + Charlotte Tilbury’s Flawless Filter. This combo melted into Cara’s skin leaving it soft, glowy, and coverage just in the right places. Brow Freeze by Anastasia Beverly Hills was brushed upwards into the brow – creating a natural, but defined brow. Brighter pinks were used on eyes, lips, and cheeks. Killer.Curls by Kevin Murphy was used to define each of Cara’s curls. Hair was half swept to the back, creating a romantic touch to the hair.”