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Natural And Romantic Spring Bridal Beauty Inspirational Shoot-trendfrisurende.com

Natural And Romantic Spring Bridal Beauty Inspirational Shoot

I’m not usually very smitten with bridal shoots, but this one made me excited about the arrival of spring and truly blew my mind away with its freshness, naturalness and prettiness. If you’re a spring bride, you definitely should take an example from this styling by Kari Bishop and The Hair Lounge. They kept the makeup soft and pulled the hair back to bring more focus on the face and gorgeous flowers. I could totally see this spring ethereal and dreamy bride walking down the aisle to the love of her life. I’m in love with the photography and the look! Get inspired!

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