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Trash The Dress Photography

Trash-the-Dress Photography

 

Trash the Dress is a new post-nuptials trend that calls for trashing the prized wedding dress. You’ve said your vows, exchanged rings, and made a commitment to each other. You’re married for life, which means you’ll never need the dress again. So, why not trash the dress and get some great fun pictures while you do it? In most circumstances the dress gets only get wet or dirty, and in rare cases it gets completely destroyed, this is up to the bride and groom.

Trash the Dress sessions require timing, skill, and often diverse locations to get the shot just right. What’s best about this, however, is that it can be arranged for a later time, thus giving you the perfect opportunity to add a different style to your wedding photos and give the dress one more run for the money. Usually brides decide to have pictures taken on a beach, but other locations include city streets, rooftops, garbage dumps, fields, and abandoned buildings. It is however worth doing such a session, not only for the enjoyment of it, but also for the great and different photos that come at the end.

Trashing the dress and the groom’s suit will be an unusual and fun experience. After the engagement session, where everyone was trying to get to know the other, and after the wedding day, with the beautiful ceremony and fun reception, this is the moment when you can break loose even if you’re wearing your wedding outfits. You can change your shoes and put on some snickers or even rubber boots, you can replace the wedding bouquet with a suitcase or any other interesting object, you can ride a bike, play basketball on the street, you can do pretty much whatever you want, with no worries about your makeup, hair or getting your clothes dirty.

If you are ready to put your wedding gown on one more time, just to have some fun, let me know. I can help you out with ideas, show you examples of other photo sessions and explain you exactly what it means and how long it will take. At the end of the day you will have the most amazing, unusual photos taken while having a lot of fun.

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#1 Trash the Dress Photography Ideas

#1 Trash the Dress Photography Ideas

 

Trash the Dress sessions require timing, skill, and often diverse locations to get the shot just right. What’s best about this, however, is that it can be arranged for a later time, thus giving you the perfect opportunity to add a different style to your wedding photos and give the dress one more run for the money. Usually brides decide to have pictures taken on a beach, but other locations include city streets, rooftops, garbage dumps, fields, and abandoned buildings. It is however worth doing such a session, not only for the enjoyment of it, but also for the great and different photos that come at the end.

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#2 Trash the Dress Photography Prices & Packages

#2 Trash the Dress Photography Prices & Packages

The pricing for a trash the dress session is $275 for up to 2 hours at the locations of your choice. However, the photo session is also included in one of the wedding packages I offer, and if you’d like to make sure you get it, just add it to any package as they can all be customized to your requests. Styles range from traditional portraits and artistic to Chicago photojournalistic style, and you can choose which one you’d like or we can do a mix of all of them.  For a quicker service and a free quote call Gia now at local (312) 927-7238 or toll free (877) 927-7238 to schedule a no obligation consultation.

 

 

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#3 Trash the Dress Photography Checklist

#3 Trash the Dress Photography Checklist

 

Trash the Dress Photography is a style of wedding photography which combines the elegance of a wedding gown with the outdoor environment which is usually very unorthodox, varies from city streets, garbage dumps, fields, abandoned buildings, the beach and railroad tracks.

It may also be done as an additional shoot after the wedding, almost as a declaration that the wedding is done and the dress will not be used again. In most circumstances the dress gets only get wet or dirty but in rare cases it gets completely destroyed.

By Gia Dragoi

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