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Thank you so much.. so after your msg I decided heck why not he is a photographer after all. But then I found a lady who will do a half hour session for $70 and that's including being at a hotel to do them. SO I said I couldn't pass up that kind of price.

 

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hi ladies,

was just catching up on your progress and noticed i never posted the teaser.i met up with the photographer to choose the pics for the book and i was suprised at how many i liked.i have this one for now when i get some more i will post them.i am meeting with her after new year when she has designed the book to check it before it goes to print.

 

please dont be nervous just remember they are pro,s at what they do and you are doing it for fun.

 

Just love the pic and what the photographer did. :)

Wow! That's a steal, what a fantastic price :) I'm glad you found a better option, I'll let you know how it goes with a male photog :)

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KittenHeart,
I would love that, thank you!
when are you doing your session?
One week from this Sunday, January 10th! What about you?

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ladies you will be fine let your photographer guide you, take a friend and bottle of champagne with you.

 

good luck will look forward to your teasers

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did anyone tip the photographer? I am wondering if I am supposed to. I am planning to tip the girl who will do my hair/make-up $20.
Yeah you don't need to tip the photog, just tip the hair and makeup people :)

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One week from this Sunday, January 10th! What about you?
Ohh nice!!! I'm still trying to confirm a date with the 'new' photographer.. probably the 20th, 10 days after you lol..I am excited to hear back from you and see how your session goes.

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I didn't tip my photographer - I did leave her the jewellery that I brought though (the costume stuff! wink.gif) because I would never wear it again.
OMG- I need jewellery now too!!?
Pls help.. what should I buy (nothing $$, like you will never wear again)

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Ohh nice!!! I'm still trying to confirm a date with the 'new' photographer.. probably the 20th, 10 days after you lol..I am excited to hear back from you and see how your session goes.

OMG- I need jewellery now too!!?
Pls help.. what should I buy (nothing $$, like you will never wear again)
Oh fun!! Can't wait to see your's too :)

For me, I'm bringing the pearl necklace I'm wearing with my wedding dress (fake would look fine too which you could get really cheap)
Simple stud earrings would be fine, nothing fancy. Keeping it simple is probably best.
Also I'm getting a hair flower fascinator or feather fascinator which you can get for cheap as well which can make your hair style look different with it in. I'm bringing FI's tie he's wearing for the wedding as well which isn't a necklace more of a prop I guess!

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