Crown & Halo

Crown and Halo is a boutique hair and makeup studio located in New Hampshire. Dani and her team provide a variety of bridal packages that can be custom-catered to your specific beauty needs.

L&L: Tell us a little bit about you & your business.
I have been working in the beauty industry for 15 years. From the beginning I fell in love with the creative aspects of working with Brides. I think a bride’s hair and makeup is the final page in the wedding story. I love creating a unique and beautiful narrative for the bride. When I see her in the dress, and the veil has been placed, it truly finishes that book. This is why I do what I do.

L&L: Describe the range of services you offer.
On site Wedding hair and makeup. I can customize what you need and want from a simple intimate setting or a destination weekend wedding. I travel with a makeup kit more like an artist pallet. I love to transform hair and change the way you look at yourself.

L&L: What is one thing you would say makes your business unique in the industry?
I really try to make each member of the bridal party comfortable with how they look and feel. The whole process can be overwhelming, I try to keep everyone going in the right direction. On the day of your wedding I am not just there to make you look beautiful. I am a time keeper and organizer. I am always trying to keep the room calm and add energy when it needs it.

L&L: What are some of your favorite venues and vendors you enjoy working with in the area?
I grew up in York, Maine so when ever I can work in my hometown I love it. The York Harbor Inn, The Guest Quarters at the Dockside and Clay Hill Farm are some of my favorites. Abby Chic is one of my favorite wedding florist.

L&L: How far in advance do couples usually book you for their wedding day?
Eight months seems to be anĀ average.

L&L: How do most clients find you?
On my site and referrals.

L&L: How can couples get in touch with you?
My website and email:

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