Forum Post: Selling a wedding dress
Posted 09/21/2011 07:59:45 EDT
I am selling my Reem Acra wedding gown I wore at my 2009 wedding. The style is Reem Acra Everlasting. Here are some pictures I found: http://www.recycledbride.com/listing/3521/reem-acra-everlasting. I more »
Forum Post: NEED ADVICE- PHOTOGRAPHY
Posted 09/01/2010 03:59:49 EDT
I paid over $3000 for my wedding "package". It only included 1 8X10 print, 2 5X7 prints and an album of a certain amount of pages. In the wording it says a CD of your images. I am searching hi and lo more »
Posted 09/01/2010 12:45:27 EDT
Honestly, I don't know. Even though I thought we did, I'm willing to pay for it or I'm hoping to get a contract signed that will transfer the copyrights to us after a certain time period. I don't und more »
Posted 08/31/2010 10:03:49 EDT
So, almost a year has passed and finally received our wedding pictures on a CD today. I am blindsided because the name of our photography company is on every image. I called them and they said it is t more »
Forum Post: Hair and Make-up in Gloucester or Danvers??
Posted 06/28/2010 04:24:15 EDT
Hi! I used En Vogue Salon & Day spa in Danvers, MA for my wedding that took place at Turner Hill. We were all staying at the Sheraton Ferncroft for the wedding. I thought the salon did an amazing job more »
Forum Post: DIGITAL WEDDING PHOTOS~ HELP!!
Posted 10/15/2009 03:30:49 EDT
Hey everyone, The wedding is over (still working on the review) and now I am trying to figure out the best way to organize the HUNDREDS of photos people have posted from our wedding. Most people have more »
Forum Post: HELP-how to hide or secure bra straps
Posted 09/22/2009 11:13:41 EDT
I've used the fashion tape before and that works well for the straps. Probably going to have to use a safety pin for the band part.
Posted 09/22/2009 04:17:56 EDT
having trouble posting a picture. it is a v-neckline and same with the back.
Posted 09/22/2009 03:46:38 EDT
hey y'all. a few of my bm's have expressed wanting to wear bra's with their dresses. i'm looking for a way to secure straps from staying connected to the dress..what's the best way other than safety p more »
Forum Post: GILTED GEORGETOWN BRIDE ON A MISSION
Posted 09/22/2009 02:19:35 EDT
This situation is my worst nightmare.
Forum Post: Friends doubling as Vendors
Posted 09/17/2009 10:05:49 EDT
I am only a few weeks away from my wedding and I honestly do not need the added stress. more »
Posted 09/16/2009 04:24:02 EDT
Don't do it unless you absolutely trust them. Pro: We have a friend who is studying to be a second shooter for weddings. She does amazing work/photography. She had a really cute idea for an engagement more »
Forum Post: Wedding Lounge Furniture- lost old post
Posted 08/28/2009 10:18:02 EDT
Hey y'all..I posted on here a long time ago looking for companies in Boston that rent lounge furniture. I know one person suggested Cort Events, but there was another company that had a lot of stuff I more »
Forum Post: OT-How should I/we handle this?
Posted 08/15/2009 09:25:17 EDT
In Response to Re: OT-How should I/we handle this?: Seriously, I wouldn't have let him finish. I'd have told him to fsck off and blow it out his a$s after the first criticism. Whether or not any of th more »
Forum Post: bridesmaid dress situation
Posted 08/13/2009 05:17:05 EDT
In Response to Re: bridesmaid dress situation: Is there by any chance time to return the size 6 and get the right size, so no one has to pay for alterations? Posted by lucy7368 No. They were made usin more »
Forum Post: Alterations by Anahit
Posted 08/12/2009 07:38:55 EDT
In Response to Re: Alterations by Anahit: Unless you have an unlimited budget, be very sure you know how much she is going to charge you BEFORE you start. At your first appointment, try on the dress more »
Posted 08/12/2009 07:34:42 EDT
We are all very close. I actually spoke to the BM who ordered the size 4. She said she would be okay with switching because we agree the other BM will have to pay a fortune in alterations. I told her more »
Posted 08/11/2009 02:53:54 EDT
UPDATE: So, my dresses came in and they are fabulous. Now, here is the new dilemma: So, my BF did not get pregnant. I saw her at my shower and she is TINY. So, I was curious and I tried on her bridesm more »
Posted 08/11/2009 02:45:35 EDT
This woman is a PRO. My dress is from VOWS. When she came at me with the scissors I wanted to cry. I even said "Can't you just pin it?!?!" and my sister's mouth was forming the perfect O for catching more »
Forum Post: dress code on reception card?
Posted 08/05/2009 09:39:25 EDT
I'm fully aware that people are going to talk behind my back for some reason about this wedding. There's always going to be a reason..."bad band/dj", "bad food", "too long-too short ceremony"... blah more »
Posted 08/04/2009 02:04:11 EDT
Okay then. How exactly am I going to spread this..."word of mouth"? Wouldn't emails be the same exact thing as putting it in writing on an invitation? I do have a website, but I don't think people che more »
Posted 07/31/2009 09:30:10 EDT
Wow. I guess this is a hot topic. So, I just wanted to mention a couple of things. First, I'm not so much worried about my side of the family. Generally, I think young people tend to dress up for wed more »
Posted 07/30/2009 07:37:33 EDT
In Response to Re: dress code on reception card?: I don't know about anyone else, but whenever I receive a wedding invitation in the mail, my mind immediately goes to "I'm buying a nice dress" or "wha more »
Posted 07/30/2009 06:25:42 EDT
It's at the at Turner Hill in Ipswich, MA. The old Rice Mansion which is now a private golf club.
Posted 07/30/2009 06:07:12 EDT
In Response to Re: dress code on reception card?: I'm in the same boat. My ceremony is at 3pm, and the cocktail hour starts at 5pm. I'm guessing that some people might not dress up as much being tha more »
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