Wedding season is upon us and for us here at Jo Jordans we work extremely well as a team to make sure that the bride’s morning runs smoothly as possible! By giving just our little version of TLC!





A bride will be watching the time and counting down the minutes until it’s time for her to walk down the isle. So timing for us is very important because we want to make sure that we are on time so that the bride doesn’t have to worry and can focus on other priorities of the day! So by asking the right questions such as when the bride wants to be ready for and how many people we will be doing Hair for. It gives us an idea of when we need to be there, how long we should give each person, this way we know that it runs the way it should with no hold ups.


It is very important that we know what the bride, bridesmaids, and additional people want done to their hair. That is why we always recommend a trial so we can work with the hair, see what it does and also it’s a great way to communicate with the bride and get her opinion on any changes she wants and get a feel for who she is and what she likes. Meeting the bride before and working on her hair gives her reassurance for her big day. When the big day arrives, you can go into that wedding knowing what your doing and going for it.


Confidence is a word used a lot but not shown as much. We as a team think confidence gives comfort to many because they know that they are in the right hands. Now for a wedding party this is very important. The bride and wedding party ( mother of the bride especially…) need to know that we are there and know what we are doing and they can feel the confidence come from us making them more relaxed and settled for the day ahead!


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