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I had my BD shoot with Stephany from EyeSpy (EyeSpy Photography = cool photos of babies, kids, and pets!) this past Saturday and sheâ€s already gotten some amazing pictures back to me!! Stephany will be coming to Punta Cana with us next spring, but since sheâ€s from MN we knew it would be hard to meet her before we left for the wedding. To remedy this, we decided to fly her out to Cincinnati for a weekend to have her do our engagement pictures! After unsuccessfully trying to find a BD photographer around here that I liked I remembered how much I loved Stephanyâ€s photos from her website and asked her to come out a day earlier to shoot some BD pictures for me (we told FI we needed an extra day to scout out picture locations).


She actually ended up doing a shoot with both myself and my FSIL Rhonda (it is her 20th wedding anniversary this year) and it was an absolute blast. She made us feel like every single picture she took was the sexiest thing sheâ€d seen and it was the ultimate confidence boost! While we did our own hair, we had two local makeup artists (Welcome to Brideface) come and they did two looks on each of us. If you have to choose between one or the other, unless youâ€re REALLY knowledgeable with makeup, I would pay to have it professionally done and do your hair yourself. It makes you feel BEAUTIFUL and it really shines through in pictures!!


Okay, enough babbling! Here is some of the magic that Stephany worked… I honestly think these are the best pictures of me ever taking, which says a lot about her awesomeness!!


(This first picture was completely inspired by one of Caseyâ€s by Kamilla Harris. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!!)


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…more coming!!!!

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I can't view the pictures at work...but I am dying to see them. I want to do this too for my fiance.


And I was thinking of going to Kamilla Harris with a few friends. It was great that you found someone local...

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