All over the UK wedding market suppliers are collaborating and working together – and all with you in mind! It’s a fabulous sign of the times and a great boost for the wedding industry. For brides, it’s brilliant because it means you’ll have an easier time finding experienced, reputable and professional suppliers. Team Glam are eight freelance professionals, who met working within the wedding beauty industry. They came together to inspire and encourage each other’s creative flair and lead the way within bridal hair and makeup. You can find all their details at www.teamglam.com

Essex bridal hair styling and make up by Team Glam (16)

Make up artist Carla Brooks got in touch with me to introduce Team Glam back in January. She explained that on average the eight members of Team Glam do between 500-600 weddings a year between them.

As well as focusing on real weddings, Team Glam have been creating inspirational shoots from classic bridal to crazy colorful styles. They’re hoping to produce half a dozen styled shoots per year and all of their shoots are accompanied by video so real brides can not only see how they work but also how the team works to transform them.


Morning everyone! We’re about to hit what I’m calling ‘proper Christmas’, and most of you will be thinking about non-wedding stuff for a while – so with that in mind I’m sharing some wonderfully bookmarkable posts from now on. Read now if you’re feeling weddingy, or save for later if you’re rushed off your feet with Christmas prep!

glamorous winter wedding hair

Scott and Daniella’s luxury Saddleworth Hotel wedding, with Pixies in the Cellar Photography

Today the English Wedding Blog is all about wedding hair. I’m no expert (think of me as an expert on anything carefree and windswept!) but I know someone who is! We all know winter can trash our hair on a daily basis so here are some brilliant tips to help you avoid the wild, snowy look on your wedding day.

Getting your hair right for a winter wedding isn’t as easy as it sounds. As well as having to deal with the wintry weather and central heating, you also need to think about the thicker, more luxurious fabrics you’re likely to wear and the design of your dress.