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IMPPEARL you look AMAZING!!! Now I am all embarrassed to do mine because I don't think I will look that good!!! sad.gif

 

I take it you did yours after wedding? I am debating whether I should do that instead. Maybe for a one year anniversary present so I can save $ for the wedding photos...

 

Anyone do them AFTER the wedding?

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Thanks everyone! BahiaBride2010 I can't wait to see yours too!

 

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IMPPEARL you look AMAZING!!! Now I am all embarrassed to do mine because I don't think I will look that good!!! sad.gif

 

I take it you did yours after wedding? I am debating whether I should do that instead. Maybe for a one year anniversary present so I can save $ for the wedding photos...

 

Anyone do them AFTER the wedding?

You have nothing to worry about yours will be amazing! I did do mine after our wedding. We got married in Jan and I just never got the time to get them done. I told FI he will have to wait for his wedding gift... lol But it would be a great anniversary gift also

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Yay Maria!! So glad you had such a great time! And Hyde Park is gorgeous! That's so fun you guys spent the night in London! I love that city :)

 

Imppearl your pics are gorgeous!! Your hubby's gonna die! I love the wallpaper or mural or whatever that was with the trees - really cool! And the gloves were a cute touch too.

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Imppearl your pics look great. I just had my shoot this past Friday with TammyB and it was so much fun. I can't wait to see how they turned out.

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General question: Where did you ladies get your lingerie for the photos?

 

To me Fredericks of Hollywood has cute styles, but their material and quality looks cheap when you get it! VS is cool, but they can also get kind of pricey.

 

Suggestions?

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I got stuff from VS, (some of it on sale, which was nice) and I found a blue corset at Frederick's. It looks kinda cheap in person but it actually looks really good in pics so I wouldn't worry about quality; you'll probably only wear this stuff a couple times.

I found a cute(cheap) red bra at Marshalls that matched a garter from VS. And I had a pair of black lace boyshorts I used. And I brought one of FI's shirts too.

 

So basically you can mix in stuff you already have & shop around; it doesn't all have to come from one place or be new.

good luck!

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