Glitter tattoos at Masked Wedding Steampunk Ball

At the beautiful Lansdown Club in London, the lovely Siobhan and Chris Ridley (yes the fab photographer I nabbed for the Butterfly Bling shoot in HK) invited wedding guests to a masked ball.

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I turned up with all my kit to realise I had left my posh dress, shoes and mask at home in Norfolk so had a quick emergency shop (thank goodness for Monsoon!) and a spare mask with me in my kit to decorate in the ladies.

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Not bad if I say so myself, considering it took me ALL DAY in Norwich to find a dress I even remotely liked and could work in the 1st time round. OK so this 1 cost more (rats) but how jammy I found it AND shoes in the 50 minutes I had spare!!! And much as I loved the shoes (surprisingly – the lovely lady in Monsoon was right) they were NOT comfy to work in so I was mainly barefoot. I have never tried to glitter tattoo my own chest before (jewellery left behind with original dress of course) so that was messy!

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The NeoClassical/ Vintage/ Steampunk wedding was GORGEOUS as expected from 2 such creatives, check out the official photos. The wedding cake was tiers of beautifully lit unusual jellies!

Their blog on it (more stunning photos) is here.

I was then lucky enough to get to decorate a lot of the guests, mainly with glitter body tattoos, to match their outfits.

Lovely people lovely event – thanks so much for letting me be part of it!

2 thoughts on “Glitter tattoos at Masked Wedding Steampunk Ball

  1. I have a bare cat mask like yours and am wanting to decorate it likr you have with your cat mask. Its so lovely.
    Do you think you can tell me what kind of materials you used to paint the mask?
    Thank you!

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