As a Bridal Makeup Artist I get to work at some absolutely amazing venues and my personal favourite is Pentrehobyn Hall near Mold and I was lucky enough to do a photoshoot there earlier in 2018 which was published in The Cheshire Magazine.
Its a really gorgeous laid back venue, perfect for the bride looking to put there own spin on the day and they are looking for something with a slightly boho vibe.
We did the most amazing bridal themed shoot with 2 models Ana and Amber (M Model Management) the theme was romantic bridal with a slight bohemian vibe, the focus being bright colours to match in with the veils and capes supplied by Adorn by Ashley, beautiful hand embroidered veils. I met Ashley at a Bouquet and Belles fayre in Chester and knew from seeing her pieces we needed to work on a collab. My favourite photographer, Kat Hannon Mayo was on-board and the images are beautiful as always.
Claire from Bouquet and Belles joined us to assist and to take a video of the behind the scenes of the shoot and floral designs by Carol’s Florist, bright floral arrangements that met with the overall brief of colour.
Pentrehobyn Hall is a Grade 1 listed Jacobean Mansion, however the main focus of the shoot was in the area where the weddings and receptions take place and this is the Coach House and the self contained grounds around it.
It was a great day and we go some wonderful images, in line with what we wanted to get from the shoot.
I am pleased to be one of the preferred Bridal Makeup Artist for the venue in North Wales and I am also going to be doing the makeup for the Matthew O’Brien Catwalk and exhibiting at the upcoming wedding fayre by Bouquet and Belles on 17th March at the beautiful venue.
So if you are a bride to be and you are looking for the perfect wedding venue with the ability to put your own vision into a beautiful space then this is the venue for you.