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Bridal FAQ

  • Are Bridal Trials Necessary?

Yes! Being prepared is key. It truly makes the most relaxed and stress-free wedding morning for all involved. It’s also a great opportunity to get to know the artists’ personality, professionalism, and skill level. You might have an idea of the look you want but won’t know if you love it until you try it.


  • How do I inquire about my wedding?

Send a message or text with your name, wedding date, location, and number of people interested in hair and/or makeup.


  • Is there a deposit required to reserve my date?

Yes! Wedding bookings are made on a “first come first serve basis” and only guaranteed with receipt of a $100 retainer and signed contract.


  • When should I schedule my bridal trial?

Trials are usually scheduled 1-3 months before your wedding date and take place in-studio.


  • Is there a wedding day minimum to travel to my location?

There’s a 5-service minimum. Hair or makeup count as one service. Flower girls do not count towards the minimum. We encourage you to include the mother of bride/groom, grandmothers, and any other special ladies.


  • Do I need an exact headcount to book?

Ideally, I need to have that information for the contract when booking. However, I understand that sometimes it’s hard to have a solid number right away. As-long-as the minimum service requirements are met. You can almost always add on services.


  • Can I add or remove services the day of the wedding?

Contracted services cannot be deducted or refunded. We are happy to accommodate add-ons if time allows. Payment is due at the beginning of the service.


  • I already have a makeup artist can you just do hair or vice versa?

Absolutely! I love connecting with other artists in the industry and collaborating.


  • I have a large bridal party, are you able to accommodate everyone?

In most cases, yes! However, it is dependent on the number of services needed and how many artists/assistants are available for that date.


  • How long does hair take? How long does makeup take?

Bride approximately 75 minutes per service. Bridal party approximately 45 minutes per service.

Add-ons such as extensions, extra long/thick hair, and tattoo coverage will take more time.


  • How many artists will I need?

Larger bridal parties and weddings with time constraints will require additional artists. The more artists you have the quicker the process will go, the later you can start getting ready, and the less stressed you will be. Hair is one service and makeup is one service.


1-6 services = 1 artist     7-11 services = 2 artists     12-17 services = 3 artists


  • Can you invoice my bridesmaids separately?

No. I need to collect the balance in one payment from the contracted party to avoid any confusion. You can always have the bridal party Venmo you in advance so you can make the final payment.


  • When is the final balance due?

The final balance is due 7 days prior to the wedding date.

We want you to be able to relax and enjoy the getting ready process the day of your wedding!

Cash, credit, and debit are acceptable forms of payment. There is a 3% fee for credit card payments.


  • Why does the bride cost more?

The bride is our main focus more time and attention are spent on the bride from the very first day of contact. From phone calls, emails, contracts and timelines, to coordinating with team members.

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