Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 74
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July 23, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 74

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14F--July 23, 1972 'Sunday Gazette-Mail : Charleston, w«st Virginia Make Photographer Plans Early FORMAL BRIDAL PORTRAIT Assignment for Professional Photographer CARR'S PAINT WALLPAPER 3910 MocCORKLE AVE., S.E., KANAWHA CITY "Our 22nd Year" Phone 925-1532 · Choose From 150 Patterns in Stock · Matching Fobrics Too! HEADQUARTERS FOR KEM-GLO AND SUPER KEM-TONE PAINTS High on a bride-to-be's list of "musts" should be a notation to make an appointment with a professional portrait photographer. Most young women want two kinds of photographs: a formal photograph of the bride alone before the wedding; bride and groom, wedding party, and candids at the church and reception. The professional photographer is prepared and trained to do both. He's proud of dis- reputation and eager to help - you with professional advice and skill. The first step toward a permanent record is to make an appointment for your formal photograph. This should be done as soon as you know the date of the final fitting for your gown. At the same time your photographer will advise · about photographs for the newspapers, grooming and b o u q u e t f o r t h e f o r m a l photograph, and how to prepare for the candids you desire. Most photographers take bridal portraits at least three weeks before the wedding. Few photographers advise taking formal photographs the day of the ceremony. The bride is usually nervous, the bridesmaids eager to get to the reception and emergencies frequently develop to add to the confusion. Many photographers have wedding forms they are happy to send the bride. These should be typed with names and descriptions for newspaper publication. The photographer will be happy to mail the complete form and glossy prints to the newspapers, but does not take responsibility for the paper's using them. * * * IF THE bride chooses to deliver her wedding news personally, she should check on deadlines. Kodak professional photography experts agree t h a t once the date for photography has been set, there are a number of things the individual can do on her own to prepare for a flattering portrait. First of all, get a good night's sleep the night before photography so your eyes will sparkle. Ask your hair stylist to design a simple hairdo that will look well with your headpiece and veil. If the photographer has special makeup requirements for the film he uses, he will advise you. Certainly, a bride should avoid a painted look in her formal portrait. But the one place she can "dress up" with makeup is her eyes. Eyes can stand accenting with a conservative amount of mascara, shadow and brow makeup. If you have a special feature of your bridal ensemble, be s u r e t o a d v i s e y o u r photographer. Perhaps your gown includes some heirloom lace or you will carry a s p e c i a l k e e p s a k e t h e . photographer should feature. Candids taken at the wedding require advance planning too. Though pictures for newspapers should be in black and white, most brides prefer all their other wedding photographs in b e a u t i f u l d i r e c t c o l o r . ; CAMELOT VILLAGE OF AMERICA /. Va.'s Most Modern All E/edr/c Mobile Home Park COUNTRY CLUB ATMOSPHERE · Basketball Courts ' Swimming Poo/ · R«cr«oWon Area tt Tenn/'s Courts ON ROUTE 62-NEAR ELEANOR 6 mites from 1-64 Wmfield Exit Ph. 755-5346 Invitation Etiquette Still Strict While strict rules of etiquette may be loosening up in other areas, there is no nuptial procedure that is more bound by convention than the issuing of invitations. The formal invitation is engraved (or thermographed, a process that looks much like engraving but is less expensive) on a white, ivory or cream-colored double sheet of fine quality paper. The large size, folded square, with the PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY "PICTURE YOUR WEDDING" BY LEO STUDIOS 1552 QUARRIER ST. 343-2121 CALLM3-2121 engraving on the top sheet, is generally preferred. When inserted into' the envelope, it is folded once with the tissue paper left in to protect from smudging. Two envelopes are used--an outside mailing envelope and a protective envelope left unsealed that bears the names of the couple to whom the invitation is going. A smaller size invitation, inserted without folding, is used for the less formal ceremony. * * * YOUR PARENTS issue the invitation, whether or not you are living at home. If your parents are not living, your nearest relatives, a guardian or a close family friend may sponsor the wedding. If your parents are divorced, the invitations are sent by the parent with whom the bride lives. Outer envelopes should never be typed. You must address them by hand. No abbreviations are acceptable, except for Mr. and Mrs. House n u m b e r s are permissible but all else is written out in full. Use black or blue ink. The inner envelope is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. John Jones with no address. Grown members of the family should receive separate invitations. Young children may be included by writing their first n a m e s below t h e i r p a r e n t s ' o n t h e i n s i d e envelope. If the children are not included on the invitation, recipients must presume that you wish them to leave their offspring at home. Give a Gift of Quality Gorhant Sterling... Your finest value... today and forever. Long after most of your wedding gifts are gone and MINI TUB for 9° nen - with cover Your Gorham Sterling service will remain. Reflecting your personality, your good taste and family pride. Gorhom Sterling, each design a total work of the silversmith's art that achieves a timeless beauty--a classic elegance. * An enduring value. 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Grasp temple area of wig between each thumb and forefinger. Slip wig onto head from front to back. Make three adjustments: 1: Front of wig should rest across front hair line. 2. Make sure ears are from under cap. 3. Adjust back to nape of neck. All this is done starting from crown running fingers toward temples making sure that the wig has no excess. This shows up as a bulge and is readily felt. Next starting from crown run fingers of each hand toward front and back of wig simultaneously. If no excess in the wig is noted, next check and be sure wig cap is large enough. Wig caps too small or too shallow are usually the problem. Determine this by bending head forward and if cap tends to slip up the back this would indicate that the cap is too short from nape of neck to the crown. The wig will slip forward if crown to frontal area is shorter. The wig can also be too short from the crown to ear. This diagnosis is made by running finger above ear. No more than 14 inch is allowed for the perfect fitting wig. Most of the problems have a solution if patience and care are exercised. As you can see, a proper fitting wig is not an accident but takes a well trained person with a lot of pride in their accomplishments.. Selecting quality products from the largest manufacturers and offering a written guarantee with each wig or hair piece sold is a privilege that Annedie Wigs Inc. offers the buying public. Why not let us make an Annedie Wig an important part of the real YOU. ANNEDIE DISTRIBUTORS (one black east of Southern Kitchen Restaurant) 5402 MacCorkle Ave., S. E., KANAWHA CITY Phone 925-4081 · 515 WHITE BROWN BUILDING LOGAN, W.VA. 752-7053 3251 MOLES DRIVE ELX RIVER ROAD 343-0854 · 21st STREET NITRO.W.VA, 755-3X51 · 409 WASHINGTON ST. 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