Too far?? Instead of preserving their wedding gowns and stowing them in the back of their closets, many adventurous brides are choosing to destroy their dresses (using water, paint or even cake) for increasingly popular "Trash the Dress" photo shoots. But one recent Trash the Dress shoot has some wondering if the trend has gone too far.
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trash the dress by Krisztian Bozso you might as well withdraw a few hundred dollars and toss is out the car window while driving down the highway!
Trash The Dress. I think its nice for brides to get some extra pretty pictures with. Let's face it unless your dress is one of a kind amazing your daughter probably won't want it for her wedding.
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