I cannot say enough good things about my photographer, John Wrightenberry of Columbia. He is so talented!! We've used him often with debutante balls and other family weddings, and I have to say using a photographer you are familiar with offers incredible advantages- they know you, what you like, and you know them, how they work, and what to expect. Our shoot was effortless, and the photos he showed me from his LCD screen were amazing. I cannot wait to see his work on a full screen and edited.
What a surreal feeling to have the dress and veil on with full hair and make up! A true trial run and preview for the day! I wish to death I could post pictures and previews of it, but I just cannot spoil the surprise. Lash knows nothing of how my dress looks and I fully intend to keep it that way.
Speaking of hair, when we got engaged, my hair was this length:
Above is the longest my hair has been in 4 years, and in a moment of
I just figured it would either grow before the wedding or I'd wear it short.
Days later when we picked the wedding date of May 28... REGRET.COM. May 28? In South Carolina? Humidity central.... asking for a disaster.
Nine months later, thanks be and praise be for the little engine that could! The short bob is no mo'!
My hair dresser gave me a high five Friday morning after she pull this off:
Now granted, this is my hair 12+ hours after the do was originally done, but I am so excited I can pull it all back!
Brides to be: don't do what I did.