Didjun Skin and Body’s Amanda Stevens of Pomonal has been expanding her experience by styling hair and make-up for a new music TV show being filmed in Adelaide called ‘Music Room’. This career break means Amanda can bring the latest styles back to her brides. Amanda’s also now a recognised MAC make-up artist and looks forward to ongoing training and development with MAC Cosmetics in Melbourne. Go Amanda!
The Didjun Skin and Body exhibit turned heads at the recent Seppelt Wedding Expo in Great Western, with professional make-up and hair stylist Amanda Stevens catching the attention of brides with her fresh and fabulous work on models Ashleigh Dark and Amy Brewis.
Around 300 engaged couples, their families and the who’s who of the local wedding industry turned out at the third annual Seppelt Great Western Winery Wedding Expo recently.
Around 40 exhibitors, including several newcomers, spent one-on-one time showcasing their products and services to couples looking at getting married in the Grampians Pyrenees region. Many enthusiastic couples even made bookings on-the-spot with various vendors.
Expo highlights included a bridal fashion parade with gowns from CAS Bridal in Ararat and suits from Fosters Mensland (Stawell and Ararat). Outside visitors could see beautiful wedding cars in situ and enjoy getting up close and personal with gentle giant, Jasper from Bellellen Horse Drawn.
Well done to Seppelt’s function coordinator Alli Fitzpatrick and her team for organising another fantastic event to inspire upcoming brides and grooms. And congratulations to the exhibitors who went all out to show how they can make your wedding dreams come true.
The 1892 Cellar was transformed into a stunning exhibition space.
The fashion parade models were breathtaking in their original designs by CAS Couture.
‘Jasper’ from Bellellan Horse Drawn was even there to meet couples who love the romance of a horse-drawn wagon for their wedding.
Seppelt Events Coordinator Alli Fitzpatrick (centre) with Marissa Barber (right) and Chelsea Filcock from Horsham’s Schubert Catering had champagne and nibbles flowing aplenty for guests to try.