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Bridal Makeup at Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park

The Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park is an amazing setting for a wedding. Just imagine the unbelievable pictures you could have from this beautiful place!
Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park garden
It is an historic location full of rustic charm and the Bride's room in the mansion is absolutely fabulous! The room is huge and has plenty of natural light. 

Link to Hunting Hill Mansion 

We did hair and makeup for the bride and her bridal party in that fabulous room. The morning was cloudy and drizzly. Our laid back bride was a little concerned because her ceremony was being held in the garden. 
Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park bridal makeup
She wanted a romantic loosely curled updo which looked gorgeous with her red hair.  
Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park bridal hairstyle
This bride doesn't usually wear makeup so she wanted a very natural look. She was having a bit of a breakout that she wanted covered. I used a light concealer and an ivory foundation to even her skin tone and hide the breakout. Warm brown and peach eye shadow complemented her brown eyes and warm skin tone. I used a dark brown pencil liner and a brown black mascara to keep her soft looking. Her brows were filled in with an auburn brow powder. I used a soft peach blush and a beige nude lipstick.  She's a creamy natural beauty!
Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park bridal makeup
And guess what? The sun broke through the clouds just as her wedding ceremony started!

        Have a Beautiful Day! 
Licensed Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist

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