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?: [QUOTE]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 an more »
Forum Post: bridesmaid dress situation
Posted 08/13/2009 05:17:05 EDT
In Response to Re: bridesmaid dress situation: [QUOTE]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[/QUOTE] No. They more »
Forum Post: Alterations by Anahit
Posted 08/12/2009 07:38:55 EDT
In Response to Re: Alterations by Anahit: [QUOTE]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 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?: [QUOTE]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" 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?: [QUOTE]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 be more »
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