Do I need to bring any accessories with me to my trial?
I always have some to hand and I like to keep some flowers close by. However, if you already have your accessories then please do bring them to your trial!
How far in advance should I book a trial?
That really is up to you! As a guide, I wouldn't leave it any closer than 6 weeks before your big day. But you can do it as early as you like as I always take lots of pictures for you!
Are there any upfront costs I should know about?
Following a successful trial I will ask you to secure your wedding date by placing a 50% deposit. This deposit will be fully refundable up until 2 weeks before your wedding date.
It would be best to have your hair dry when I arrive, you can either wash it the day before the trial or if you prefer to wash your hair daily . . .you can wash it on the day. Please don’t use any deep conditioners, leave-in products, 2in1 shampoo & conditioners and please don’t straighten your hair.
Should my hair be freshly washed for the trial?
Let me answer that for you...
Before your wedding date you must book a trial. This also allows us to meet and get to know each other a little better before your big day. A trial can take place at my address in Cheltenham or by your address however please note mileage will be charged at £0.45 per mile.
If you would like recommendations for other wedding suppliers, I am more than happy to provide you with a list of talented professionals.
To secure your wedding date with me there is a non-refundable booking fee of £30. The full balance for your wedding day is due 1 month prior to your big day and is non-refundable.
If your party is larger than 5 people or if I feel I will be restricted by time, I may arrange for an additional stylist to join me.