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Wedding Day is Over, NOW WHAT?

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“What did you just say? Did you just ask me to “trash my dress”? Wow, that sounds like an excellent idea…Let’s do it!!!” This is the kind of reaction that I imagine happens when a bride is beginning to discuss what to do with their wedding dress with their photographer. According to TrashTheDress.com, this process is all about creation, rather than destruction, which i completely agree with. I have had the pleasure of documenting a “Trash the Dress” session between a photographer, Josh Rodriguez based out of Dallas, and one of his clients. What can I say about the experience? It was definitely a different kind of shoot and we got to do some really cool things. Now if you’re a fun-loving, adventurous, and daring bride craving some excitement, then this option is for you.

Here’s some advice from TrashTheDress.com: Go ahead, you know you want to. Trash it. Get it dirty. Get it wet. Roll around in the mud. Drench it in the ocean. Totally trash it. Why? … Why not? You’ve made a commitment to your husband. He’s your one and only true love, right? Then you’ll never need the dress again. And no, your daughter won’t wear it in 20-30 years.

So you have two choices:

1) Suffocate it in plastic and throw it in a closet

2) Show your husband how committed you are by trashing the dress, and get some great fun pictures while you do it!

SO ARE YOU READY TO TRASH YOUR DRESS? (leave me a comment and let me know what you think)

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Wedding Day is Over, NOW WHAT?

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“What did you just say? Did you just ask me to “trash my dress”? Wow, that sounds like an excellent idea…Let’s do it!!!” This is the kind of reaction that I imagine happens when a bride is beginning to discuss what to do with their wedding dress with their photographer. According to TrashTheDress.com, this process is all about creation, rather than destruction, which i completely agree with. I have had the pleasure of documenting a “Trash the Dress” session between a photographer, Josh Rodriguez based out of Dallas, and one of his clients. What can I say about the experience? It was definitely a different kind of shoot and we got to do some really cool things. Now if you’re a fun-loving, adventurous, and daring bride craving some excitement, then this option is for you.

Here’s some advice from TrashTheDress.com: Go ahead, you know you want to. Trash it. Get it dirty. Get it wet. Roll around in the mud. Drench it in the ocean. Totally trash it. Why? … Why not? You’ve made a commitment to your husband. He’s your one and only true love, right? Then you’ll never need the dress again. And no, your daughter won’t wear it in 20-30 years.

So you have two choices:

1) Suffocate it in plastic and throw it in a closet

2) Show your husband how committed you are by trashing the dress, and get some great fun pictures while you do it!

SO ARE YOU READY TO TRASH YOUR DRESS? (leave me a comment and let me know what you think)

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/2291683[/vimeo]

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Wedding Day is Over, NOW WHAT?

1 Comment

“What did you just say? Did you just ask me to “trash my dress”? Wow, that sounds like an excellent idea…Let’s do it!!!” This is the kind of reaction that I imagine happens when a bride is beginning to discuss what to do with their wedding dress with their photographer. According to TrashTheDress.com, this process is all about creation, rather than destruction, which i completely agree with. I have had the pleasure of documenting a “Trash the Dress” session between a photographer, Josh Rodriguez based out of Dallas, and one of his clients. What can I say about the experience? It was definitely a different kind of shoot and we got to do some really cool things. Now if you’re a fun-loving, adventurous, and daring bride craving some excitement, then this option is for you.

Here’s some advice from TrashTheDress.com: Go ahead, you know you want to. Trash it. Get it dirty. Get it wet. Roll around in the mud. Drench it in the ocean. Totally trash it. Why? … Why not? You’ve made a commitment to your husband. He’s your one and only true love, right? Then you’ll never need the dress again. And no, your daughter won’t wear it in 20-30 years.

So you have two choices:

1) Suffocate it in plastic and throw it in a closet

2) Show your husband how committed you are by trashing the dress, and get some great fun pictures while you do it!

SO ARE YOU READY TO TRASH YOUR DRESS? (leave me a comment and let me know what you think)

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/2291683[/vimeo]

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Wedding Day is Over, NOW WHAT?

1 Comment

“What did you just say? Did you just ask me to “trash my dress”? Wow, that sounds like an excellent idea…Let’s do it!!!” This is the kind of reaction that I imagine happens when a bride is beginning to discuss what to do with their wedding dress with their photographer. According to TrashTheDress.com, this process is all about creation, rather than destruction, which i completely agree with. I have had the pleasure of documenting a “Trash the Dress” session between a photographer, Josh Rodriguez based out of Dallas, and one of his clients. What can I say about the experience? It was definitely a different kind of shoot and we got to do some really cool things. Now if you’re a fun-loving, adventurous, and daring bride craving some excitement, then this option is for you.

Here’s some advice from TrashTheDress.com: Go ahead, you know you want to. Trash it. Get it dirty. Get it wet. Roll around in the mud. Drench it in the ocean. Totally trash it. Why? … Why not? You’ve made a commitment to your husband. He’s your one and only true love, right? Then you’ll never need the dress again. And no, your daughter won’t wear it in 20-30 years.

So you have two choices:

1) Suffocate it in plastic and throw it in a closet

2) Show your husband how committed you are by trashing the dress, and get some great fun pictures while you do it!

SO ARE YOU READY TO TRASH YOUR DRESS? (leave me a comment and let me know what you think)

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/2291683[/vimeo]

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Wedding Day is Over, NOW WHAT?

1 Comment

“What did you just say? Did you just ask me to “trash my dress”? Wow, that sounds like an excellent idea…Let’s do it!!!” This is the kind of reaction that I imagine happens when a bride is beginning to discuss what to do with their wedding dress with their photographer. According to TrashTheDress.com, this process is all about creation, rather than destruction, which i completely agree with. I have had the pleasure of documenting a “Trash the Dress” session between a photographer, Josh Rodriguez based out of Dallas, and one of his clients. What can I say about the experience? It was definitely a different kind of shoot and we got to do some really cool things. Now if you’re a fun-loving, adventurous, and daring bride craving some excitement, then this option is for you.

Here’s some advice from TrashTheDress.com: Go ahead, you know you want to. Trash it. Get it dirty. Get it wet. Roll around in the mud. Drench it in the ocean. Totally trash it. Why? … Why not? You’ve made a commitment to your husband. He’s your one and only true love, right? Then you’ll never need the dress again. And no, your daughter won’t wear it in 20-30 years.

So you have two choices:

1) Suffocate it in plastic and throw it in a closet

2) Show your husband how committed you are by trashing the dress, and get some great fun pictures while you do it!

SO ARE YOU READY TO TRASH YOUR DRESS? (leave me a comment and let me know what you think)

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/2291683[/vimeo]

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Community Thoughts

  1. Dave Biesse

    6/5/09

    While I agree with everything you say Shezad, I would offer a third option for the dress, and that’s to do a “Fash The Dress” session… I believe that in Texas the Bridal Portraits are done before the wedding day right? Well up here in Canada, and I think in much of the States, this isn’t common practice… So a Fashion Session is so often an amazing opportunity to create photography that there simple wasn’t the time, place or opportunity for on the wedding day.

    Thanks for listening to my ramblings :)