Rockalily Cuts gets asked to do vintage wedding hair regularly, but as we do not offer services on location, we often have to say no. We're lucky enough that some clients choose to visit the salon for their hair, enroute to their wedding, like the gorgeous bride Victoria (photographer was Donnie Sunshine), but we do often end up referring enquires onto mobile hair & make-up artists who travel to weddings.
I thought I'd make a list of people you may want to try, if you're looking for a hairstylist for your wedding.
Miss Honey Bare - Always my first call for referrals, as I know she's reliable, talented and lovely to be around. She knows what she's doing. If I'm going to offer a referral I like to know who I'm referring them too. She's obviously pretty fully booked, so get in there quick, she's only one person, and can only do so many weddings! She's particularly in demand for those who have more quirky weddings.
Clare Luisa White - Another stylist I've worked with personally, and more than happy to recommend for more traditional vintage inspired weddings.
Natasha Hall - I haven't worked with Natasha directly, but I have always respected her work, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend her for your wedding.
Sarah Winstone - Based in Chippenham, Sarah travels for weddings. I haven't worked with her, but she seems to know what she's doing. Again, probably great if you're a quirky or alternative bride!
Rebecca Herniman - Again, I haven't worked with Rebecca, but she's worked at vintage events, and her vintage portfolio looks solid. Worth checking out.
Pretty Pout - Again, I've not worked directly but Nicky did the wedding of an old client, who looked brilliant on her wedding day. Based in Sussex.