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    Riko: =)...U got their in house MUA?

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    Hi,
    I went French Bridal yesterday for Gowns selection.
    i think because of my size the gowns are quite limited,
    however i've chose to use the MTM gown as stated in the contract!
    Janice was the helper, she's very nice and Paulson was my coordinator.
    I'm looking forward to Photoshoot in June! =]

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    Hi yiyi03, who have u chosen for your PG? Haven heard much reviews on PG so far.

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    Hi Karen,

    Thanks for sharing!!

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    Ma2fan2,
    Havent. Will call and ask them about it soon. ^^
    will update soon!

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    Hi, I am in a dilemma now... have signed up with french bridal but my wedding is 2 years later..date might postpone due to budget not enough. should I give up the package?

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    Hi everyone, I just signed up with French Bridal as well during their fair at the Marriott Hotel today. Initially wasn't intending to sign anything but their package seemed pretty decent for the price and the shots that they showed me of some Perth pre-wedding shoots looked really not bad for a bridal studio.

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    Hi Karoru,

    if im not wrong, the package is an open date one (for a period of 5 yrs); think you can hold onto it if u are not going to postpone it beyond that time. if not, perhaps you can ask french bridal if you can do a transfer of names, and then find someone to sell it to. but unless you managed to negotiate a good deal, ppl might not be that keen to get it from you, unless you sell it cheaper by a couple of hundred dollars?

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    Think their in-hse MUA is Chris? duno how to spell..lol.
    My MUA is Regine. Like the makeup and hairdo that she did for me on my ROM. Is it really necessary to use their ampoules? hmm...i tried to refuse and use my own but she said hers is better and more lasting. end up i was too engrossed in my own makeup that I forget to see what ampoule she used. >.<
    Quote Originally Posted by domo View Post
    Riko: =)...U got their in house MUA?

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    I also just signed the package with FB during the bridal fair in Marriott recently...didn't try on their gown too!

    I just wonder would there be additional charges on the gown if I would be taking the PS this year and my AD is only held next year?

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    Hello Jelly! Did u manage to find the suitable gown durin ur last visit to FB? Mind to share with us? By right, are we suppose to choose gown and take PS on the same day?

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    Hello! May I know, what's the diff btw OTR and MTM gown? Kinda new here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheryl Ee View Post
    I also just signed the package with FB during the bridal fair in Marriott
    recently...didn't try on their gown too!

    I just wonder would there be additional charges on the gown if I would be taking the PS this year and my AD is only held next year?
    Hi Cheryl Ee! When is ur AD?? From what I know is that the gowns that we choose for PS will be the same as what u ar going to wear on ur AD.. Suggest that u choose ur gowns for PS 3 or 4mths before ur AD. Just like myself, my AD is in this coming Dec, therefore I'm choosing my gowns in July & will be having my PS in Aug. And after choosing ur gowns, some altering might be needed, therefore the PS will not be on the same day when u choose ur gowns.
    Actually before this, I was thinking of having my PS in March, Karen suggested this to me as well, and I find that what Karen had suggested ar very useful.
    Hope that this will help u a little!)

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    Hi Cheryl, i just finalized my AD wedding gown last wkend. And ive also chosen the outdoor shoot gowns. The AD wedding gown and evening gown can onli be used for indoor shoot, and they have another range for the outdoor gowns-believe they r the older ones that are not in good enough condition as AD gowns. Anyway, back to the choosing of my gowns, i managed to kiv a couple of designs for the wedding gown on my first trip a mth ago, but i couldnt find any evening gown that i like. Decided to forgo their evening gown in exchange of something else. However, to French Bridal's credit, it isnt because the range is v limited - they just dont have gowns that r simple enough to my liking. As for the wedding gowns, my coordinator (Amy) was quite helpful. I couldnt make up my mind between two final choices, and she gave her input and quite patiently took out the gowns that she kept and let me try agn. From what i can see in the range of wedding gowns, quite a good variety i would say. There r some w realli nice, elaborate trains that are good for grander weddings - say a church wedding. There are some w lots of lace, beads and rather intricate designs and there are also simpler designs like mermaid cuts which i eventually chose. Shouldnt have any problems w finding one that u like.

    As for mtm and otr, the former means made to measure so it will be a customized design for u. Otr means off the rack so it will be those that r alrd available. Of course, mtm will come at a higher price

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    Junior Member Cheryl Ee is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelly View Post
    Hi Cheryl, i just finalized my AD wedding gown last wkend. And ive also chosen the outdoor shoot gowns. The AD wedding gown and evening gown can onli be used for indoor shoot, and they have another range for the outdoor gowns-believe they r the older ones that are not in good enough condition as AD gowns. Anyway, back to the choosing of my gowns, i managed to kiv a couple of designs for the wedding gown on my first trip a mth ago, but i couldnt find any evening gown that i like. Decided to forgo their evening gown in exchange of something else. However, to French Bridal's credit, it isnt because the range is v limited - they just dont have gowns that r simple enough to my liking. As for the wedding gowns, my coordinator (Amy) was quite helpful. I couldnt make up my mind between two final choices, and she gave her input and quite patiently took out the gowns that she kept and let me try agn. From what i can see in the range of wedding gowns, quite a good variety i would say. There r some w realli nice, elaborate trains that are good for grander weddings - say a church wedding. There are some w lots of lace, beads and rather intricate designs and there are also simpler designs like mermaid cuts which i eventually chose. Shouldnt have any problems w finding one that u like.

    As for mtm and otr, the former means made to measure so it will be a customized design for u. Otr means off the rack so it will be those that r alrd available. Of course, mtm will come at a higher price
    Hello! Thanks for your reply. The sales person told me that I can choose all the range including new and those off the rack, but the confirmation list that she wrote for me is "open choice, (OTR)", thus I felt puzzle when I was reading up the comments earlier on, where u all were talking about OTR and MTM. My sales person didn't tell Me abt MTM at all.;(

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