How do I book?
Please use the contact tab in the navigation bar.
Some things to include in your inquiry are:
* Your Name
* Date of event
* Type of event
* How many people will be getting makeup services
What's the booking process?
The first step is to find out if Murphy’s Beauty Law is available the date of the wedding. Once you’ve completed the Bridal Questionnaire, we will contact you to discuss further details. You will be given the opportunity to secure your date immediately by paying a $100 retainer payment. This amount will be deducted from the final balance the day of the wedding. Once your deposit is received you will receive a booking confirmation and we can move forward in getting details ready for your trial (if you have not had it at this point). No dates will be guaranteed without a signed contract and a security deposit.
Do I need a trial?
Definitely! Trials are required for the bride. This is such a crucial part of making sure you feel gorgeous! Trials are to make you more at ease the day of your wedding because you know exactly what you're getting. Having your trial run behind you, you can sit back and relax on your wedding day knowing that you love the look you chose.
Where do trials take place?
Do you have a minimum amount of services to book a wedding?
The minimum amount of services to book is 5 adult services; including the bride. In the event that less than 5 adult services are required, please fill out the contact form and we can talk further about the booking minimum.
Please be conservative in the number of services you list on your contract. If you are unsure at the time you complete your contract, please list only the minimum required and add services as your wedding date approaches. This will prevent you from potentially paying for more services than you actually need if you over commit early on.
Can I have a trial before I book?
Yes you can! However, booking a trial does not guarantee a booking. Appointments do go fast, especially during busy wedding season. Some brides prefer to do their trial appointment as soon as possible but could risk loosing their wedding date while waiting for their trial.
A date is not held without a completed contract and deposit.
When should trials be booked?
Trials should be planned at least 3 months before your wedding. Trials are to be scheduled on weekdays due to the nature of the business and commitment to weddings previously booked. Trials are great to have with mothers, bridesmaids or close family members. Best days to have your trials are to have on the same day as your hair trial. An added bonus is to try to plan it on the same day as a dress fitting so you get the whole look!
I come to you for your trial as well as your wedding! Everything is onsite so you can relax and not hassle with anything but getting dolled up!