| Originally Posted by CJEB |
lol Kat, my twin!
There is someone getting married on the same date as me too. I remember reading it somewhere. It's Dominican Republic
Wow bet you are counting down the days
Posted 28 May 2008 - 03:30 PM
Posted 28 May 2008 - 03:34 PM
Posted 29 May 2008 - 12:02 AM
| Originally Posted by Pisces |
That kind of thing is SO not us that we would never do it. Some people can pull it off, but it's just not our style at all.
If it was just jumping in the water, maybe, but I don't think he likes the "frolicking" part of it.
Circa 2004 - Our first picture together!
Posted 29 May 2008 - 01:40 PM
My dress is mostly charmeuse and I've heard that any water will stain the dress (especially impt when steaming it).
So if anyone's got a slinky halter dress they're willing to sell for cheap...
Posted 30 May 2008 - 02:02 AM
| Originally Posted by md_ocr |
I voted: Definitely going for it but not in my wedding gown.
I purchased another gown specifically for this purpose. I'm still waiting to see my other TTD pics, but here is one:
Posted 30 May 2008 - 02:17 AM
Posted 30 May 2008 - 10:37 AM
I wasn't planning on using my actual dress, because I needed it for my AHR and want to sell it after (and my parents would have been so hard on me if it got ruined, saying it's so stupid). So I bought a long white slim fitting dress on sale to use for that.
But on my wedding day the bottom got wet a little and it was obvious that the ocean was actually making it cleaner, not dirtying it at all. So I ended up wearing it! Afterwards I rinsed it in the shower and it came out so clean that I didn't even bother dry cleaning it before the AHR! If I hadn't cleaned it in the ocean/shower I defintiely would have needed to dry clean it because it got so dirty with sand on my wedding day.
we didn't have that much fun doing the shoot (like others have said), it was more posed (i.e. not like "okay you guys have fun and I'll just take the photos"). I think it depends on the photographer's style, also we were on the resort beach with people around, and the beach at our resort was kinda crappy so we were trying to work around it to be at the good parts, and sometimes we would step on rocks which was painful. Also we had woken up early to do it, when really we would have liked to sleep in and do it later (but then the beach would have been too busy). That didn't help because although my husband didn't mind the idea of the shoot, he wasn't happy about getting up early. My photographer seemed tired too. Anyways, all around it was more like work than fun, but I don't mind, the photos are awesome, I just didn't have the experience others have of saying it was really fun. I think the photographer's style would determine a lot of this seeing as some don't do posing they just capture whatever is going on
Posted 30 May 2008 - 11:02 AM
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