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Amymarie - I got a referral to "Diamonds Photography" here in Edmonton from a friend. They do some great work! Check them out if you're interested!

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Thanks Katie for the first day at work wishes.I did feel a little sorry for myself going back in at half five when i would normally just getting in BUT it was all about the extra money so i shouldnt expect to be spending as much time at home.
Not long till your shoot do you have everything all together?
OMG wednesday is coming round sooooo quick!! I think I'm as sorted as I'm ever going to be...but that's not necessarily as sorted as I should be! just panicking I think....I'll be glad when I've done it and I can forget about it. I've spent so long stressing about this - I'll love it, i know that, but I will be relieved when it's over.

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Here's some tips to think about that are not clothing related, but you should consider:
  • Have your eyebrows waxed or tweezed a few days prior to your session to avoid red skin and puffiness (same for the bikini area)
  • Moisturize your skin the morning of your session. Don't use self tanners or body oil at that time since those can damage or discolor your lingerie or the photographers furniture and fabrics.
  • Tell your photographer what you like best about yourself and if there is an area about yourself that you'd like to minimize.
  • Have your hair and makeup professionally done.
  • Don't party the night before your session.
  • Don't wear tight fitting clothes to your session. Lines even from socks around your ankles can take hours to disappear.
  • Don't get a sunburn before your session. Tan lines will show. If you've never visited a tanning booth or used a self-tanning lotion, try it once before doing it for the first time before your session.
  • Bring some of your own music for the photographer to play during your session.
  • Have Fun feeling Sexy, sweet, playful, sultry and beautiful!

Suzanne -n- Matt
thanks! some good tips in there that I bet some of us haven't thought about! thank you :)

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Katie, just relax - you're going to look amazing & have a fabulous time!! Come back & tell us how it goes! :)

 

btw, girls, I didn't end up wearing any jewelry except my e-ring & a pair of diamond earrings and I didn't use any props (except the furniture, beaded curtain, & mirror that she had there). The pics are great & I didn't feel like anything was missing when I looked at them w/ Jen (photog). So no stressing necessary to find the "right" props. :)

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My shoot is coming up this Saturday! I can't believe it's come so soon! Thanks for all of the great tips ladies. Here are the outfits I'm planning

 

- Black Bustiere with Garter Belt with Thigh High Stockings and Tall Black Boots

- Black and Pink Nightie with matching thong with black pumps

- Leafs Jersey with white thong

- Midnight Blue Nightie

- Black one piece (reminds me of a Lady Gaga outfit) with red pumps

- DIY bride tank top with white thong

 

I think I'm set...here's a link to the photographers site! He's doing a marathon and there are four other BDW brides doing the shoot this weekend too!

 

http://www.renaissancestudios.ca/#im...nk%20Boudoir/1

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OMG the shoot is coming up so quickly I just had my bridal shower yesterday and got some lingerie....so i need to figure out the outfits, shoes and jewellery...I'm getting nervous though...i'm not going to lie...I've even considered taking a shot or two before the shoot but i am the first person on Saturday at 9:00am....even as i am typing right now i have this nervous feelling.....My fiance is a pilce officer and trying to get his hat has a been a mission and a half of course but i am determined......Sarah you must be SO excited......Thanks for all the tips ladies.

 

Can't wait for saturday!!!!

 

Jessica Sposato

 

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My shoot is coming up this Saturday! I can't believe it's come so soon! Thanks for all of the great tips ladies. Here are the outfits I'm planning

 

- Black Bustiere with Garter Belt with Thigh High Stockings and Tall Black Boots

- Black and Pink Nightie with matching thong with black pumps

- Leafs Jersey with white thong

- Midnight Blue Nightie

- Black one piece (reminds me of a Lady Gaga outfit) with red pumps

- DIY bride tank top with white thong

 

I think I'm set...here's a link to the photographers site! He's doing a marathon and there are four other BDW brides doing the shoot this weekend too!

 

Renaissance Studios Photography - Wedding, Maternity & Portrait Photography in Toronto & GTA, London, Milton, Kitchener, Chatham, Kingston, Ontario | New York

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You day has arrived Katie enjoy every moment be sure to tell us all about it.

Thinking of you xx

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Thanks everyone who has left their views on this thread - my shoot is tomorrow but you girls have all helped me so much and made me be, and feel, much more prepared.

 

I'll let you know how it goes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Thanks Roo :) xx

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