Today’s lovely couple, Katie and Takeshi are just too cute. So much so, that when I look at the gorgeous images by the always lovely Lucy of Lucy Leonardi Photography, I want to reach into my screen, pick them up and put them in my pocket. Filled with sweet little DIY details, their wedding day looked absolutely delightful. Everything from the programs, chalkboard backdrop, paper pom poms, doily place cards and floral centrepieces were handcrafted by the couple and I am in love with it all! 




























From Lucy Leonardi Photography: “Katie and Takeshi were such a chill, down-to-earth and easy going couple. I thoroughly enjoyed and was delighted to be a part of their special day. Their love and passion for each other created such happiness to their loved ones that attended the wedding. Their team effort of all the beautiful wedding DIY details was also a testament that Katie and Takeshi are an awesome team!”

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Have you ever tried airbrush makeup before peachies? I did for my wedding and it made my skin feel as light as air! If you’re wondering about it too, well our peachy vendor Jade of Jade Lee Hair and Makeup joins me today to tell you all about it!

How Does Airbrush Makeup Work?

Airbrush makeup is sprayed on through an air compressor as a fine mist of color that gently covers the skin, giving the appearance of a flawless complexion. Spraying microdots of makeup that rest on the surface of the face looks more natural than traditional makeup because it isn’t rubbed into the skin and doesn’t exaggerate the pores. This process is hygienic and allows the Airbrush makeup to conceal better while enabling your skin to breathe.

How Is Airbrush Makeup Different?

Traditional foundations can look obvious, caked-on or thick and always feel like you are wearing makeup. Airbrush makeup leaves a light, seamless veil of color over the skin, creating the illusion of a perfect face because it is misted on, allowing your true skin tone to show through without masking your face in heavy foundations. The ability to mix Airbrush foundation colors for individual custom blends is unsurpassed, resulting in a more natural look that covers skin imperfections effortlessly.

Photo by Stella Thai

Is Airbrush Makeup Right For Everyone?

Women of any age can benefit from an Airbrush makeup application. Even men can enjoy the benefits when traditional makeup would have never been an option. Airbrush makeup is hypoallergenic, oil and alcohol free, so it’s safe for even the most sensitive skin, no matter what age or condition.

Can Airbrush Makeup Cover Any Skin Imperfection?

The wide range of colors and the Airbrush technique allow the artist to cover virtually any skin imperfection effortlessly. Bruises, birthmarks, tan lines, Rosacea, Psoriasis, Vitiligio, tattoos, scars and even freckles can be camouflaged completely or significantly improved in appearance.

If you’re interested in trying this out on your big day, be sure to get in touch with Jade. You can also see more of Jade’s lovely makeup work on her profile here.

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Snap Happy Saturday

by Simply Peachy on 12 April 2014

Photo by Amy Oliver Photography.

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Let’s Wrap It Up!

by Simply Peachy on 11 April 2014

Happy Friday peachies! How has your week been? I’ve been having a great week with the little peach. It doesn’t stop amazing me how fast she’s growing up each day and it just makes me want to soak it all up as much as possible before – poof – one day, she’s 18! Alright, that might be pushing it a little bit but the truth is, it really is true when friends tell you to enjoy every minute with your little ones because they grow up so fast. It wasn’t until now that I completely understand and totally relate. So my weekend will be spent with the little peach and the hubby. Hopefully the weather is good and we can have a picnic in the park! What about you peachies, what are you up to this weekend? Hope you have a lovely one!


Photo via Rue Daily.

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