Monday, 7 October 2013

Clearwell Castle Wedding Hair Styling for Julia


Welcome to another beautiful wedding here on The Real Wedding Hair Blog ... A gorgeous autumnal morning as I arrived at the beautiful Clearwell Castle in The Forest of Dean to style hair for Julia's wedding.


You really have to admire the drama of Clearwell, you drive through 2 amazing entrances as you approach the castle, a great dramatic arrival for guests to a wedding! This castle just oozes style and is the perfect Downton Abbey type venue for your wedding!


I was with Vanessa Smith make up artist today, she created beautiful make up for the bride, bridesmaids and Mum.



I loved creating this side swept hair style for one of the bridesmaids, I'm a big fan of heated rollers, they give a great finish and polish to the hair with loads of volume....very Hollywood! Once I'd styled the hair I attached the vintage style hair clip to the side pinning it into place.


                 


 I'm a stickler for detail when styling bridal hair, and I love all the small details that a bride puts into her wedding. Julia had chosen some beautiful accessories from the gorgeous Jimmy Choo shoes to the stunning flowers and stylish headdress from Chez Bec.



 For Julia's wedding hair style we chose a vintage inspired up do, softly framing the face with waves and curled above the nape of the neck all complimented by her jewelled band headdress from Chez Bec, a great stylish look and very Lady Mary Crawley from Downton!!





If you are holding your wedding at Clearwell Castle and looking for an award winning bridal hairdresser to style your hair then why not check out my main website www.fhdmobile.co.uk  based in Stroud in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, I travel around the UK styling hair for beautiful weddings at exclusive wedding venues including Clearwell Castle, Kingscote Barn, Cripps Barm, Barnsley House, The Swan Bibury, The Manor House Castle Combe, The Manor Moreton in Marsh, Calcot Manor, Ellenborough Park, Le Manoir Aux Quat'Saisons, Cowley Manor, Thronbury Castle, Berkeley Castle, Eastnor Castle etc....