Post # 17
I changed hiding behind the quilt we brought to lay on the ground because the bathrooms we were exspecting to use were still locked! It wasnt too hard because i wore the same undershirt for both outfits and went from pants to a dress, so i pulled the over shirt off, put on the dress then took the pants off, no flashing anyone inVolved.
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@cranraspberry: I would have loved to. Looking back I wish I had insisted on it (the dress I picked out bunched up in a lot of the pictures… and looks just awful). I feel if I had changed I would have at least liked most of my pictures.
Post # 20
We are doing ours this Sunday. We are going to 3 locations, so I think we’ll just change in the car between one of them.
Post # 21
I changed in my car. It took like 2 mins. I have really dark tinted windows so you couldn’t see inside! Lol
Post # 22
I changed in the car but it was rather awkward…I kind of wish I had just worn the second shirt the whole time.
Post # 23
- Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI
I kind of wished I had too, I think FI’s outfit was fine but I wish I had put on a dress at some point. We were in an arboretum and it wasn’t easy to change. I had the clothes with me but I never did anything about it. Our session was short (but less expensive than others I priced – though it was “included” with our wedding photography) just over an hour. I love a good portion of our pictures but in many my outfit looks messy, like I just need to pull the fabric back in place.
If you want to change, just go for it!
Post # 24
I changed in the car and just out in the open on the side of the car. I change in a way where you can’t see anything anyway and we were in open fields for part of it
Post # 25
no coffee this time, it would have meted by the time we were done:(
But I would also suggest that you can change in a car or have your Fiance hold up a blanket while you do a quick change behind it:)
Post # 26
We had my Mother-In-Law take our first ste of engagement photos, and I changed twice, in the car with DH standing guard. Then he changed shirts only.
Post # 27
Fiance and I changed in the car. I’m far from shy, so it wasn’t a big deal, but it was also an easy switch (first outfit with skirt and shirt, so I just popped my shirt off, put the dress on, then shimmied the skirt down. You could also go in a coffee shop/gas station/whatever to change.