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From Here to Eternity – Why ‘ trash the dress ‘ just got symbolic
From Here to Eternity – trashing the dress is a powerful symbol of love
WHEN your wedding day is over, vows exchanged and all the formalities of marriage tucked away, what could be more fun than the ultimate romantic gesture – ripping your wedding dress to shreds?
Hold the collective gasp. It doesn’t actually have to be the wedding dress it took you 10 months to find.
There’s a new trend in town called ‘trash the dress’ , ‘drown the gown’ or ‘rock the frock’. The intriguing idea behind it all is simple. The wedding is over. You’ve done it, you’re married, you’re in love, you’re ready for a lifetime together and you won’t need that wedding dress again.
So you get rid of it.
It’s a theory that is not for the faint-hearted. But in reality nine out of ten brides use a ‘ costume dress’ when they rock the frock. For example, a wedding dress you find for $20 on eBay, or a gown from the local op-shop. The symbolism is still there, and it’s a beautiful concept – you’re ready to take your love from ‘here to eternity’ and you don’t need material possessions to do it. So, dressed in your budget-find finest, you and your loved one take part in a wild, carefree and uninhibited photo shoot, doing all the things you couldn’t on your wedding day.
Think photos on the beach – actually in the surf or swimming in the waves.
You might prefer to climb rocks, ride horses, or roll down a hill laughing like children.
It’s not for everyone, but it’s a novel idea and the result is a set of no-pretence photos that you can truly cherish, and with all of the wonderful scenery in and around Mackay and the Whitsundays – what better way could add a fantastic contrast to your beautiful wedding photography?