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I'm sorry there seems to be so many problems with the WC.  I hope when you all get there everything works out for everyone.  

 

I got my pictures back from my photographer and I thought I would share with you.

 


www.wavehellophotography.com
-go to "explore the stories"
-click on "clients"
-in the password box, enter "mexico" (no quotation marks)
 

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You pictures look amazing! I love your dress! You are a beautiful bride! Did you bring your photographer with you?  Did you have a day time wedding/ reception? 

 

Originally Posted by kyndall View Post

I'm sorry there seems to be so many problems with the WC.  I hope when you all get there everything works out for everyone.  

 

I got my pictures back from my photographer and I thought I would share with you.

 


www.wavehellophotography.com
-go to "explore the stories"
-click on "clients"
-in the password box, enter "mexico" (no quotation marks)
 



 

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Great photos!! Gorgeous dress... You looked beautiful!
 

Originally Posted by kyndall View Post

I'm sorry there seems to be so many problems with the WC.  I hope when you all get there everything works out for everyone.  

 

I got my pictures back from my photographer and I thought I would share with you.

 


www.wavehellophotography.com
-go to "explore the stories"
-click on "clients"
-in the password box, enter "mexico" (no quotation marks)
 



 

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Hello ladies,

I finally booked my Boudoir photo session with Jen from Jenerations photography. I so can't wait! Now I have to go shopping for some lingerie for the shoot. Any of you ladies doing a Boudoir session?

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Thank you!  Our photographer was one of my friends which was awesome because it makes everything more comfortable.  She is out of Denver.  My wedding was at 5 and the cocktail hour was from 5:30 - 6:15ish I think.  And then reception ended about 10.  I think...if my memory serves me correctly.
 

Originally Posted by shan0487 View Post

You pictures look amazing! I love your dress! You are a beautiful bride! Did you bring your photographer with you?  Did you have a day time wedding/ reception? 

 



 



 

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Kyndall your pics are really pretty! You looked beautiful! When did you get married? I am still waiting on my photos. Ivan said 2 months. That's so long to make a bride wait!

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There was still so much light for your pictures! That's great! What time did it dark every night? I think we are aiming for November so I'm sure it gets darker a lot quicker than in April!
 

Originally Posted by kyndall View Post

Thank you!  Our photographer was one of my friends which was awesome because it makes everything more comfortable.  She is out of Denver.  My wedding was at 5 and the cocktail hour was from 5:30 - 6:15ish I think.  And then reception ended about 10.  I think...if my memory serves me correctly.
 



 



 

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Kyndall,

 

Very beautiful!!! 

Originally Posted by kyndall View Post

I'm sorry there seems to be so many problems with the WC.  I hope when you all get there everything works out for everyone.  

 

I got my pictures back from my photographer and I thought I would share with you.

 


www.wavehellophotography.com
-go to "explore the stories"
-click on "clients"
-in the password box, enter "mexico" (no quotation marks)
 



 

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Ladies! Kalena finally contacted me but only gave me the info for 1 DJ company JSAV don't they have another one too, that is less expensive? Please help!

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Wow! You make the most beautiful bride! Thank you for sharing.

Originally Posted by kyndall View Post

I'm sorry there seems to be so many problems with the WC.  I hope when you all get there everything works out for everyone.  

 

I got my pictures back from my photographer and I thought I would share with you.

 


www.wavehellophotography.com
-go to "explore the stories"
-click on "clients"
-in the password box, enter "mexico" (no quotation marks)
 



 

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