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Tara, who are you using here in CA?
I'm using Lily Rose Photography. Their website is Lily Rose Photography, Inc.

Pricing is pretty good. They're located in Rocklin / Sacramento area but they came out to SF to meet with us and will be out here again to take our e-pics in August.

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Many photogs LOVE to travel and can work with you on packages or pricing and many starting out will even do trade or keep an eye out for contests. Find someone you LOVE, that fits your style and you connect with, it's so important to make your day run smoothly. Best wishes!!!

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Hey morgan... here's the blog to stalk:

Kaylee Eylander Photography

Hee hee... I was going to use her up here (in Seattle pre-DW days) and she was so quick to respond to me and so willing to chat about doing a DW... so far, I have nothing but good things to say about her. :)

Now...just need to get the date actually booked at the resort... then officially book Kaylee and we are good to go!
ha ha I found it already. I googled "extreme bridal seattle"

did you see she is doing a free extreme bridal session? You don't have to be married. Just get a long white dress & trash it. Might be a good way to work with her before the wedding.

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ha ha I found it already. I googled "extreme bridal seattle"

did you see she is doing a free extreme bridal session? You don't have to be married. Just get a long white dress & trash it. Might be a good way to work with her before the wedding.
Man, you are stealth wink.gif. Hee hee... I would have done the same thing. She is offering the EBS (extreme bridal session) with all her packages too -- I am SO SO SO excited to see her portfolio develop. She really is a hometown girl -- she is from the little town I grew up in (I guess it isn't little anymore, once wal mart hits you, its all down hill from there!)...

We plan on doing an engagement session with her in about a year (our wedding is way far off) so that should give us time to get together and work with her.... we also want to get some great "studio" shots of us doing some ballroom dancing poses -- but that's for later. :)

I have to say plan because we haven't interviewed her yet ... but I certainly don't think I'm going to have any issues at all -- her work and personality shines and she is super prompt in returning emails. Couldn't ask for anything more.

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Oh Nic... its because I work at a desk all day with creative people managing the mundane processes... I secretly want to be a photographer but would be HORRIBLE at it. So the opportunity to look at photography as art and as an investment and chat with someone who loves it... heck yeah - why wouldn't I take it. :)

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Oh Nic... its because I work at a desk all day with creative people managing the mundane processes... I secretly want to be a photographer but would be HORRIBLE at it. So the opportunity to look at photography as art and as an investment and chat with someone who loves it... heck yeah - why wouldn't I take it. :)
You are the dream bride for a photographer :)

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