Gorgeous Trash The Dress Session
There is a lot of preparation for a wedding. Everyone wants to see the dress. Many brides have doors closed and then they make their appearance as they walk down the aisle to their groom. But after the big day, the dress is cleaned and tucked away. Some brides continue the fun and have a day after photo session. One of these is called a trash the dress session. We have a wonderful one from Baiting Hollow, New York.
This shoot took place at the Baiting Hollow Farm and Vineyard. Besides the countryside feel that the vineyard provided, there were also rescue horses. All of this provided incredible backdrops for these photos. Most of the time, these sessions are only for the brides. Al joined her in his tuxedo. Their pictures together oozed with romance and intimacy. She gently laid on him, he gently laid the grapes next to her cheek or they kissed. Al and Shannon were wonderful. Shannon wore a long sleeved lace gown that had a magnificent train. She was not shy about getting it dirty. They laid on the ground and nestled close to the horses. Some brides will completely destroy their gowns. During Shannon's session, she simply was willing to embrace her surroundings and enjoy the shoot. What an amazing shoot? Al and Shannon got some incredible images that truly displayed their love for each other. They used the grapes and the horses to enhance their session. The pressure was off. They were now man and wife. If you don't mind getting your dress a little dirty, this is a great way to get some spectacular pictures. The pre wedding stress and jitters are gone. Your expressions will reflect your joy. It will be absolutely priceless.
Photographer: Zorz Studios//Dress Designer: Augusta Jones//Other Location:Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard//Veils and headpieces: Bridal Styles Boutique//Tuxedo and Mens Attire:Hugo Boss//Etsy Designer:Nevestica//Hair Stylist:Nubest Salon//Beauty:Nubest Salon//Apparel:Simonnot Godard//Tuxedo and Mens Attire:Tom Ford//Groomsman Attire:Tommy Hilfiger//Shoes: Yves Saint Laurent//