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CONGRATS to msglave, araceli and jenny!!!!  You all looked great on your big day! :)  How wonderful to ring in the new year married!  I am so excited for 2011!!!

 

I went wedding dress shopping on Thursday and found my dress!  I was nervous and sweating when I got there...I don't know why...it ended up being a fun experience!

 

JHarris - I went dress shopping at Venturas near 610 and Yale.  It's pretty close to where I live and I have had a few friends find their dresses there so I figured I would have pretty good luck.  The only thing is that they told me NOT to get my alterations there.  They had issues with them.  So I'm going to ask around and find an alterations person in Houston.  Do you know of anyone or anywhere?

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone!  msnparty.gif

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Good to know, Thanks Lisa.  Can you send his email to me please.  I know his information was on here but probably like 300 pages back by now haha. He's 350 right? Is that the day of and trial?

Originally Posted by Lisa DSO View Post

Jenny,

 

You looked absolutely gorgeous and your photographer did a fantastic job!

 

I used Fernando and his assistant for hair and makeup and I was not charged. He said "they know me here" and they were able to just come through wedding center and to my room with no issues.



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Good to know, Thanks Lisa.  Can you send his email to me please.  I know his information was on here but probably like 300 pages back by now haha. He's 350 right? Is that the day of and trial?

Originally Posted by Lisa DSO View Post

 

Jenny,

 

You looked absolutely gorgeous and your photographer did a fantastic job!

 

I used Fernando and his assistant for hair and makeup and I was not charged. He said "they know me here" and they were able to just come through wedding center and to my room with no issues.

 

 

 

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OMG MSGLAVE!!!! I am so sorry to hear about what happened with Adriane.  I was waiting for your review before I booked him.  Thank God for your girls! So glad that your quick plan of action worked out.  My wedding is 3 mos out so now we have to fiind a new makeup option that will work.  Me and my bridesmaids are African American as well and we are all different shades.  Again, so sorry about the makeup issues. I am glad it didn't ruin your day!
 

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Jenny you looked amazing! Who did your makeup? How did you come to pick Steve Cantrall? Can you send me his information and pricing if you don't mind. Thanks!

 

Originally Posted by Jenny310 View Post

Hi Ladies!

 

Sorry I haven't been on in a while, I hope everyone's holidays are going great! I have my church ceremony here next Saturday so I've been busy with that. I'm halfway done with my review so hopefully I'll have it up soon.

 

I wanted to share some good news, I got my pro pictures last week and they are now posted on his blog. I must say that Victor Herrera is amazing and I am soo happy to have hired him. He is super sweet and extremely artistic. If you are looking for a wedding photograher I encourage you to check him out.

 

so here's the link to his blog (we are the post for Dec 30th):

http://www.victorherrera.com.mx/blog/

 

and he has more pics on facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=261931&id=101847417414

 

 

If you want to request me on fb I have a ton of pics on there from the wedding and vacation.

 

Hope you like them! Once I get the video trailer I'll post the link for that too. We used Steve Cantrall for video and they were also amazing to work with!



 

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Hey Ladies - I am getting married in April and my FI still has not picked out his suit. I am not sure if my FI can rent a suit and bring it to and from Mexico without issue.  He asked me about this and I had no idea.  We live in New Jersey (USA - for my UK / Canadian / Island / and anyone that I missed -brides).  Can the other 2011 brides or past brides shed some light on this?

 

Thanks a bunch! 

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Hey Ladies - I am getting married in April and my FI still has not picked out his suit. I am not sure if my FI can rent a suit and bring it to and from Mexico without issue.  He asked me about this and I had no idea.  We live in New Jersey (USA - for my UK / Canadian / Island / and anyone that I missed -brides).  Can the other 2011 brides or past brides shed some light on this?

 

Thanks a bunch! 


I'd say rent it and bring it just don't tell the people your renting it from. And IF something happens to it then you pay for a suit and keep it. If not, no harm done! I'm not sure if you can rent a suit for like a week though.  msnwink.gif
 

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