Beauty and The Bride (A Workshop) @ Bistro NYC


Wearing the right accessories

They also explained the right accessories for each body type. What I clearly remembered was that short/petite girls should wear small accessories while tall girls can wear big, chunky accessories.


The beautiful Make Up Artist, Kharu Jazmin


The next speaker for that day was Kharu Jazmin, a make up artist. She explained how we can enhance our natural beauty by knowing which feature (on our face) we want/should highlight. She said we shouldn’t be afraid to play around, but must remember not to go overboard.

She also shared some tips on how we should pose and use some props on our photos.



The Boudoir Dolls

Next up was Arlene of The Boudoir Dolls, they specialize in Boudoir Photography. She taught us how we should pose and look natural on our photos. She said to never be afraid to “bend” some parts of our body when posing. She showed us amazing photos of women who are not afraid to show their sexy side.


Monique Ong doing the closing remarks


After all the beauty talk and hands on activities, Monique Ong ended the day with some words of wisdom. Saying that Inner Beauty is what always count the most in every bride.


All in all it was a fun and interactive day for every bride. We were able to learn a lot from each speakers, which will surely help us out in becoming a beautiful, glowing bride!


Check out:

Imagine Nation Photography

 to learn more about their services PLUS! More workshops and a Prenup Marathon!


You might also want to check out:

Hacienda Isabella: A Topnotch Destination for Beautiful Garden Weddings, Location Photo Shoots and Romantic Candle Light Dinners



Beauty and The Bride (A Workshop) @ Bistro NYC




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