Trash the Dress

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Trash The Dress is {also known as “fearless bridal” or “rock the frock”, is a style of wedding photography that contrasts elegant clothing with an environment in which it is out of place. It is generally shot in the style of fashion or glamour photography.}

This session should be one of the most fun and memorable part that comes after your wedding day is gone.  It gives you the opportunity to do something that you wouldn’t ordinarily do with your wedding dress. Trash the Dress represents a symbolic act – after all the fuss and hype of the big day, it can be an act of rebellion against the image of the traditional bride. Also, it can be a chance to feel like a fashion model for a few hours while wearing and enjoying one of the most significant pieces of clothing you will ever own.  It’s worth adding that you don’t actually have to trash your dress and important thing is that you forget about the dress and just have fun, and this is what comes across in the photos.

One of the most frustrating questions that brides are facing is whether or not buying an extravagant gown is really worth it? After all, you only wear your gown one time, and then it will most likely spend the remainder of its life hanging in the back of your closet. Seeing as brides are expecting to spend thousands of dollars on one dress, the gown should certainly be utilized to its fullest potential.

Your wedding dress is a big part of your big day! However, when your wedding day is over, know that you provide a new life for your gown. If you want your wedding dress to go out with a bang, a Trash the Dress photoshoot is your best option!

We believe that taking part in a Trash the Dress photoshoot is the best way to showcase your uniqueness! That’s why we have gathered some inspiration for your own Trash the Dress photoshoot. To gain some great insight, be sure to continue reading:

  • Our Own Style.Photographers have their own approach when capturing special moments such as Trash the Dress photos. We choose to showcase the raw intimacy and passion between the couple, as well as the sultry appeal of the glowing bride. Ethereal images that draw you in will allow you to let you dress go in the most dramatic way. The images presented will certainly be cherished.
  • Why a Trash the Dress Photoshoot Is for You.Does the idea of wearing your gown only once irk you to the bone? Your dress is stunning and deserves more than one special appearance. Not only will you get the most out of your gown, but a Trash the Dress photoshoot will also allow you to capture those forbidden photos that were off limits on your big day. You certainly wouldn’t want your gown to be dirty for your wedding celebration. So, not its time to let your dress showcase a celebration appearance. From walking among the sand and letting your dress float within the water, to covering your gown in paint and glitter, the opportunities are truly endless when creating your photoshoot.
  • The Specifics of Your Photoshoot.Planning your photoshoot efficiently is of importance! You will want to choose a location and a time that for your photoshoot to take place. In order to complement the vision that you have for your images, your location should be chosen with care. The time of day is important as well, as you will want to utilize the right light for your images. Where do you imagine your photoshoot taking place? Perhaps on the beach, in a river, in the woods? Are you wanting bright and vibrant images? Or, intimate and dim evening photos? These are all questions you will want to ask yourself.

I find the reason for wanting to trash your dress, is to give you a chance to completely let go of your inhibitions and make some memories of that gorgeous gown.

A winter trash the dress session can be found on our After wedding Photos.

More ideas for the photos after the wedding can be seen on our blog!