E. J. :
I was recently married to my wonderful hubby on Sunday September 4, 2011 and what a wonderful day it was. I had no idea what was going to be done with my hair because I didn’t do any trial and error sessions like suggested. However, I knew that I was going to wear it in its natural state without using any heat that day. The person who was supposed to do my hair burned her hand (frying fish ) 6 days before the wedding, but thanks to my Maid of Honor’s hair stylist Kimeche, I was started and done in about 20 minutes! Fast and she did a great job!
I had a cute updo— the back was braided upward toward the crown of my head and pinned back. I used some pearls from my former boss as my something borrowed and placed them in my hair. She used them in her wedding… She placed her grandmothers pearls individually on bobby pins and placed them in her hair which was the same thing I did… Our photographer was Robbin Knight and here is the link to our page on his site http://www.rkdp.com/blog/charleston-wedding-photographer/daniels-island-clubhouse-wedding-of-ebbie-sammy/
My-Cherie : Just wanted to send you a few pics of my wedding day back in 07/07/07 in Austin, TX at the lovely San Jose Hotel. I wore a hot pink Betsy Johnson dress and it was the happiest day of my life! My man and I were on a natural high w/ our natural hair;-)
Rayvin : I recently got married in July 25 of this year in Montego Bay, Jamaica. To protect it from the humidity and wind, it was flat twisted and two stand twisted in to an undo. I hope you enjoy the attached pictures. The site is an excellent idea. I had the hardest time deciding what I wanted to do with my hair. The other person in the photo with me is my sister (Maid of Honor).