What is your most memorable wedding?
Always the last one I did.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Relaxed - Romantic - Boho - Effortless - Elegant
What about your business are you most proud of?
Finding a job I love that I don't find stressful or hard. Being part of their big day and seeing all the love. I'm not ashamed to say I always shed a tear once the bride steps into that dress. Magical
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Break it into manageable parts as its a daunting project to tackle and I love a spreadsheet but don't forget to enjoy all the process.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Always have your good friends and family around you. Those are the weddings I always remember as you can see the love in the room and everything just seems to go so smoothly.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I always have a trial before the day, around a month before, to discuss and practise the style. It's a time to try out things and get a plan so that on the day everything runs like clockwork.
What do you love most about your job?
Meeting new people and the fabulous vibe on that pre-wedding prep time - oh, and doing hair, hair and more hair - obvs.
What is your No. 1 beauty tip for a bride?
Be yourself - it's what your husband-to-be loves so you don't need a radical change. If he loves your hair down and that's what you like then keep true to this and we can just make it shine.
How do you keep the bride feeling calm on her wedding day?
The trial beforehand answers all the questions so that on the big day my job is something the bride doesn't even have to think about it. She can relax and get on with enjoying her pre-wedding prep with her friends and family.
What advice would you give to brides to stay looking great throughout their wedding day?
Pick a style that compliments the outfit and works well with your hair type so your hair is not something you need to think about all day. If if won't hold a curl then opt for a hair-up so you won't be worrying about it dropping out by the time you hit that dance floor.