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Woo-hoo, destination wedding!
So, you’re having a destination wedding. After the initial euphoria about how amazing your dream wedding is going to be, you start thinking about the zillion things you have to do, and the fact that it will be even harder than a wedding near home because you are doing almost everything remotely. 1,364 more words
(PIX11) — A new trend among brides almost took a deadly turn for one newlywed.
The new bride Amy Zuno decided to get in on the “trash the wedding dress” trend that has gone viral online. 129 more words
As a freelance photographer (not wedding photographer), I had extremely high expectations for my wedding photos. Here are some tips based on my own search to find someone to capture the moments at my wedding. 408 more words
TORONTO – A young bride almost drowned after a “trash the dress” stunt went horribly wrong.
Video of the incident, which was posted to LiveLeak Thursday, shows the terrifying moment the bride jumped into the ocean and was pulled under by the weight of her wedding gown. 105 more words
For those unfamiliar, trashing the dress is a phenomenon of growing popularity in which brides — typically accompanied by a photographer — attempt to ruin their wedding dress by getting it wet or dirty or even, in some instances, destroy it as a way of getting triumphant revenge on the wedding industry that they themselves have bought into. 91 more words
It all began innocently enough I guess….at lunch, talking with my awesome bff at work about getting trashed. Not THAT kind of trashed, but the newest rage in photography!! 253 more words