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#1 inloveinkorea

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    Posted 22 January 2012 - 06:15 AM

    Hello ladies. This might be kind of a strange question, but I have seen many TTD sessions in Punta Cana where the bride and groom are riding or leading a horse. I would LOVE to have a horse for my TTD and I was wondering how you can arrange to have that? I know that there are arranged horseback riding excursions, but these photos make it appear that a single horse was rented?


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    #2 Dominican Ally

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      Posted 22 January 2012 - 05:29 PM

      I think that is a great idea for the TTD shoot. I'm sure that it can be arranged - maybe try contacting the hotel you are using, and they could provide contact info to a vendor who rents out horse rides?


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      #3 venus909

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        Posted 23 January 2012 - 10:29 AM

        I have been wondering the same thing!  I really want to do that.  I haven't researched it yet since I'm waiting to confirm other details and if budget allows then I will try to see if we can get a horse.

         

        I'm curious to see if other brides have suggestions or information.



        #4 TATrisha

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        Posted 23 January 2012 - 11:05 AM

        I would research local stables in the area.  Often they will rent you the horses during certain hours (in between scheduled rides).  The only problem is that some stables don't have the permits to ride horses on the beaches, so make sure you mention that you want the horses on the BEACH, not just that you want horses.


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        #5 Jay Berry

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          Posted 07 March 2012 - 09:11 AM

          I havent read the entire thread so sorry of someone already asked but what does TTD stand for?



          #6 Bride2012

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            Posted 07 March 2012 - 09:15 AM

            Trash the Dress, its a day after session where you get some amazing shots and you dont have to care about your dress getting dirty/wet...hence the term TRASHcr-0774.jpgcr-0634.jpgcr-0565.jpg



            #7 Jay Berry

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              Posted 07 March 2012 - 10:23 AM


              Not sure why I couldnt figure that one out myself. I belong to so many diffrent forums and all the abbreviations seems to run together. You would crack up if you heard the suggestions I was coming up with when i was trying to figure it out. Any way, just wanted to post on how beautiful your TTD photos are. Is your dress ruined at the end or is it just wet and ridiculously dirty?

              Originally Posted by Bride2012 

              Trash the Dress, its a day after session where you get some amazing shots and you dont have to care about your dress getting dirty/wet...hence the term TRASHcr-0774.jpgcr-0634.jpgcr-0565.jpg



               



              #8 TATrisha

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              Posted 07 March 2012 - 12:51 PM

              Depending on WHERE you trash the dress, the dress is usually wet and ridiculously full of sand.  But it's not really too dirty.  Most of the black stains from dancing at your wedding actually wash off!


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              #9 jlb392

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                Posted 07 March 2012 - 01:14 PM

                I LOVE your TTD shot!!  such an awesome shot of you guys!
                 

                Originally Posted by Bride2012 

                Trash the Dress, its a day after session where you get some amazing shots and you dont have to care about your dress getting dirty/wet...hence the term TRASHcr-0774.jpg



                 



                #10 Bride2012

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                  Posted 09 March 2012 - 05:45 AM


                  I agree wiht TLSgee, getting my dress in the water actually made it come out cleaner...all the sand just needed to be shaken out!

                  Originally Posted by Jay Berry 


                  Not sure why I couldnt figure that one out myself. I belong to so many diffrent forums and all the abbreviations seems to run together. You would crack up if you heard the suggestions I was coming up with when i was trying to figure it out. Any way, just wanted to post on how beautiful your TTD photos are. Is your dress ruined at the end or is it just wet and ridiculously dirty?



                   



                   



                  Originally Posted by Tlseege 

                  Depending on WHERE you trash the dress, the dress is usually wet and ridiculously full of sand.  But it's not really too dirty.  Most of the black stains from dancing at your wedding actually wash off!



                   






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