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** Ash's TTD Photos**

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We chatted with our photog, Alfredo, after the ceremony and I asked if he was able to do a TTD for us (he was hired from the resort, and it isn't typically a service they offer). He didn't speak any English, but he and I chatted for a while "en espanol," and he mentioned that he would be happy to spend a few hours with us the next day to take our TTD the photos-- COMPLETELY FREE! He said he enjoyed shooting us and enjoyed our look as a couple, and mentioned that he wanted to use us in his portfolio. Of COURSE we agreed, and the day was a blast! We gave him a nice hefty tip, and he ended up throwing in three blown-up TTD and Ceremony photos, plus several wallet sized. What a GREAT time.

 

Anyone getting married at MLD-- ASK FOR ALFREDO! He is awesome (and don't worry about the language barrier, he's not shy in positioning you as he needs to)

 

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"Heading into" our favorite restaurant

 

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Not seen here: Our entire family mocking us from the swim-up bar. lol

 

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In front of the new wedding gazebo

 

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He was in trouble-- and he liked it. :P

 

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We didn't realize he was taking these photos-- but they turned out really cute. :)

 

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In lobby after a LOOOONG day of TTD

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That is so nice from him to do a free TTD!

You are a gorgeous couple, these are beautiful photos!

 

The one where you wash your feet is so cute!

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