Take care of your intimates…
My mommy used to hand wash my bras for me, not anymore since I’m never home.
Today we met with George Street Photography and little did we know, they are based out of Chicago and have contracted photographers nation wide! I thought they were from KC and had a satellite office in LA.
We met with our consultant who happened to also be from KC and she helped us pick a photographer by the style we desired. Of course we had no idea what it was until we saw their portfolios.
Their packages started at a reasonable price and I originally wanted to go with the one person shooter but seeing the capabilities of what a second shooter can bring, I had to rethink about what we wanted.
Though, almost a $1000 more expensive, we went home to think about it.
What I really loved about their business model was that they had people doing everything for each area. Photographers for photography, editors for editing, album designing for the designers and so forth.
They are located everywhere and can accommodate to any local city.
AND their quality of photos are great! Well, I should say that my standards may be lower than the
first timer normal bride.
I can care less, I would have been ok without a photographer.
I just need to assign a #hashtag and print them off Print Studio~
(I have to decide on #hashtag soon, help! Suggestions will be appreciated!)
We’re expecting an email with our contract with full pricing + tax so let’s see what the damage is!
After being shocked at the price tag of the dress maker in KTOWN, I had a brilliant idea.
I knew I wanted to get the skirt and top made separately. Actually, I thought I would get the skirt made and find a top in stores to match.
I used to figure skate and had custom dresses made for my competition as a child.
I remember the construction and the detail of the dress would be exactly what I wanted.
I wanted a nude mesh with a fabric/lace overlay with crystals all over.
I searched online and came across this site, The Well Dressed Skater.
They were local and was willing to meet.
My gosh, how cute they were. They are a mother and daughter team who designs and creates competitive figure skating dresses.
The mother even designs her own gowns for special events!
I was lucky to find such wonderful people to work with for my leotard.
I wouldn’t need a dress per se but what the figure skating dress is made of is just what I need.
The unusual request did not scare them off, in fact, it was welcomed with open arms~
We picked out the fabric for the nude mesh to match my skin tone and now I just have to get fabric/lace ideas for the overlay.
The design part comes later, but I did get measured and it’ll be in a month or less that I’ll get fitted.
I better get my ass to do JIM!