Luckily for me, my sister-in-law only had 3 dresses as opposed to 9, which suited me just fine!
I also did a few close family's makeup, including cousin J, who was wearing a gold and black outfit.
Here is the makeup look I opted for her; a slightly smokey gold look with plain lips:
As for the bride, first up was a traditional Moroccan kaftan dress (or "takchita") in silver; all moroccan kaftans usually have a big belt around the waist, and bridal ones are even more extravagant and bolder.
I did a silver smokey look as she wanted the makeup to stand out even from far, and here's what it looked like, trying it with pink lipstick:
We decided not to go for the pink lipstick, so I used UD lipstick in Midnight Cowboy - a sheer glittery colour:
Next up was the pink takchita, so I just added a bit of pink in between the silver and black smokey eyes and added the pink lippy:
And a pic of the pink takchita:
Lastly was the traditional English white dress; by this dress it was coming up to 3am and I had to take the pink off the eyes and lips. Unfortunately I didn't manage to get a close up of the makeup but I used UD Polyester Bride eyeshadow as its very fitting and suits wedding makeup nicely, toned down the cheeks a little and again used Midnight Cowboy lipstick.
The wedding was absolutely beautiful and a great experience in a lovely country, it made me wish I had a Moroccan wedding!
I hope you guys found this post informative and enjoyed the makeup looks, I'll be back with more soon =)