One of the aspects of my wedding adventures that I most appreciate is the special bond between mother and daughter. I feel very close to my brides, and to their moms, who are often around my age. This is a fundamental relationship worth celebrating, and I'm always moved by a beautiful photo of the bride and her mother.
Just like last year, I have an outstanding example of a prom "do" (versus a don't, and we all know what that might look like).
Elizabeth is a senior at Agnes Irwin School. She designed her own dress and it was put together for her by the talented tailors at SewRob in Wynnewood. She'll be attending Washington and Lee University in Virginia this fall, and playing for their volleyball team. Elizabeth is a lovely young woman who was happy with the fresh make-up and unfussy hair I designed for her.
Congratulations to Elizabeth and to mom Alexis for producing such a beautiful daughter!
I had the pleasure to do make-up for twins Alex and Chloe for their prom this spring. That may sound like standard make-up artist stuff, but truth be told, it's the first prom make-up I've ever done. Not really my thing, since I imagine most teenage clients wouldn't be able to keep their heads up long enough for me to get the make-up done, what with texting and all....
So....simple, elegant, knee length dresses, uncomplicated hair and a red carpet glow - this is what I wish every prom girl wanted to look like: