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Trash the Dress!

trash the wedding dress 

What happens to the wedding gown or lehenga once the wedding is over?? It is usually wrapped neatly and placed inside the closet and never touched again. How about going slightly crazy and doing a post-wedding shoot long after the exchange of vows and all the dancing; taking candid snaps at the beach or forest or farm… the options are innumerable.

A wedding is a once in a life time occasion and every moment must be captured. Wedding dresses are no longer saved and passed on according to the old tradition. This is a good opportunity to get some lovely intimate snapshots post the wedding for your wedding album which you will treasure forever.

Imagine soaking your feet in the sea, walking bare foot on the sandy beaches with your beloved, posing on a cliff top, strolling through the vineyard…all this in your wedding outfit! You can only imagine what kind of a backdrop these picturesque locations may offer.

trash the wedding dress

trash-the-dress

So go ahead and do all the crazy things you have always dreamed of with your partner….roll in the sand, get drenched in the ocean and let your hair down after going through all the pre-wedding stress and ensuring that the gown is spotless before the wedding. This shoot almost declares that the dress would never be used again. This is a fun alternative instead of boxing the dress away.

You don’t need to always trash your dress if you don’t want to! If you want to preserve your gown for sentimental reasons you can always get a cheaper dress especially for a trash the dress session. This way you get the best of both worlds!

Marry Me – The Wedding Planners can make all arrangements for your trash the dress shoot from the photographer to venues and getting all the necessary permissions required.

Author: Candice | Posted on: October 2, 2011 at 8:00 am | Posted under: Post-Wedding, Wedding Ideas, Wedding Photography | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL


One Comment

  1. Simone Das
    Posted October 19, 2011 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    I agree, once the wedding is over the wedding gown will be kept in a cabinet. I just love your ideas on having a post wedding shoot. Couples will surely remember every moment of it. Isn’t this fun and romantic?

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