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Any Bridal shop should carry it. Its a Maggie Sottero, called RD1044 ( i know its not a fancy name lol)

 

Originally Posted by yunric View Post

really beautiful!  I see you are Canadian- where did you get that dress??
 



 

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Love Maggie sottero dresses

Originally Posted by ashley1316 View Post

Any Bridal shop should carry it. Its a Maggie Sottero, called RD1044 ( i know its not a fancy name lol)

 

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After much deliberating...I went right in with my wedding dress, and I'm so happy I did. It was fine! I put the dress in the tub afterwards, and most of the sand fell out. Then I hung it, and it took about two days to dry. Looks fine now. :)

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Sorry..no professional shots yet. Just this one so far. :)

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Looking for a bit of input as to how many hours I should book my photographer for a TTD. If it matters, we're planning on a sunrise shoot. Thanks!

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I just came back from a wedding un Punta Cana last week. We planned on having the TTD for 2 hours 6-8 pm. Keep in mind the sunset times are different. Back home, it is much later. We assumed sunset being aroun 7-730 would give us ample time of my dream light I always love shooting in. However, it got dark FAST. The sun also set the opposite side of the ocean so it was even darker. If I could do it again, I would have planned it from 5-7 ending right BEFORE sunset to get all that scrumptious light

 

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We did one hour, but that hour went by fast!!! If you want to do underwater stuff (not just like....splashing in the surf or getting waist deep) I'd definitely plan on two.

It also depends on where you're having your shoot. If you're going off resort, you're going to need to talk to your photographer and see if travel time is included. If you're having the shoot at your resort, it will save some time.

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