Summer Sunset Elopement


Seattle Top Makeup Artist
““Happiness, not in another place but this place…not for another hour, but this hour.””

With the arrival of summer, we used the colors found throughout the season as inspiration for this summer sunset wedding styled shoot!

We all love that summer brings about warm days and long nights it is the perfect season for weddings! It’s not summer without some type of water feature, so we were so excited to collaborate with the owners of this gorgeous anthem estate it is the perfect venue for an intimate gatherings throughout the year!

Arizona Wedding invitations

Wedding invitations designed by Lauren Yvonne Design

Scottsdale wedding cakes

The gorgeous cake design by FENY CREATIONS A LOCAL ARIZONA CAKE DESIGNER was the perfect addition to our shoot and stood bold against the desert backdrop!

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The AIRY CHIFFON details of the bridal dress from luv bridal looked perfect with the bride’s MODERN romantic hairstyle and sun kissed makeup.

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Floral bouquet desert poppy Scottsdale

the Floral bouquet was simple and chic using lush greens adorned with classic garden roses.

All in all this shoot was such a great experience. It took us to an intimate sunset summer wedding and we hope to inspire lots of brides and grooms getting married during this season!

Arizona Weddings

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Photography: Cindy Maiyer Photo

Hair and Makeup: Michelle Wight Makeup Artistry



Florals: Desert Poppy fLORAL STUDIO




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Work, life, balance?

Seattle Makeup Artist and momblogger

Work, Life, Balance?

Cheers to all the moms keeping it together.

Just like that 12 months has come and gone.

When I came home with my fourth baby last Spring, the thought of running a business and this busy household simultaneously was completely crippling. I could barely time manage when to take a shower and find clean yoga pants let alone book an entire 2019 Bridal Season. I was pulled at constantly by teenagers needing help with homework, rides to practice, trips to the mall and toddlers wanting to be held like the baby and have tea parties all while I’m trying to nurse, and get a newborn on a sleep schedule in order to maintain some form of sanity.

My husband and I existed merely as life lines for one another, swapping kids back and forth, ordering a lot of take out, figuring out how to do laundry for a family of six. Lets not forget the postpartum that I tried desperately to avoid as if taking emergen-c or drinking an extra kambucha might fight it off. Dang! It got me, I had patience for my baby and he’s about the only one on the planet I had the strength to be kind, and loving to. My recovery was more challenging then with the other three, I had unforeseen complications, and life didn’t stop the way I desperately needed it to.

After six months I finally started recognizing my old self again , no it’s not an exaggeration it really took me a full six months and a fabulous therapist to come out of my fog. Things like opening mail, grocery shopping, and school drop offs no longer seemed overwhelming. That’s about the same time client inquiries started pouring in for 2019.

How did I make it all happen? Well, I accepted help that was offered. I stopped pretending I could do all the things on my own, I confessed to my husband that kids, meals, business, laundry was not going to be accomplished by me all at once so he hired some help. I have two built in “Mothers Helpers” ( You want to eat dinner? Great come build Legos with your little sister and keep her out of kitchen). I also take time for myself, sometimes its only ten minutes of quiet, enough time to put on a favorite mask and listen to three of my favorite songs. Other times its forcing myself out of the house to meet my girlfriends for some good food and good laughs.

We’ve made it through Bridal trials, baseball season, a sweet boy who just learned how to walk, and our first year of high school! We have not mastered a perfect system, there were plenty of bumps along the way but I’ve learned some key tools that will make for an even smoother 2020 season. Cheers to all the moms out there balancing family, career, marriage, and self. This is a dance I hope to master, until then practice, practice, practice.

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Mom to 4 minis.

What a difference a year makes.