Rustic Trash the Dress with Meaghan Elliot Photography

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  • April 05, 2011

Behold! The dazzling “Trash the Dress” shoot you are about to see is nothing short of spectacular! Meaghan of Meaghan Elliot Photography teamed up with the awesome ladies of Amie Decker Beauty (a team of freelance artists that specialize in creating uniquely tailored looks for their clients).

Though the stunning bride, Grace, doesn’t necessarily TRASH her wedding dress in the shoot – “Trash the Dress” has become a fantastic (in my opinion) way for brides or couples to get back into their wedding attire and have some fun.

I admire the brides that go the distance and actually paint their dress or swim in a lake in it … but for those that just can’t bear something that extreme, here is a great example of a TTD, minus the trashing.

Thanks again to Meaghan Elliot Photography for sharing these images!

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  • Amie Decker says:

    Thanks for featuring Grace’s TTD. It was such a fun shoot and everyone did a spectacular job!

  • […] Capital Romance is a local DC blog that is written by a “recent newlywed looking to help out other DC Metro Area couples that are looking to get married in the area with a budget and some unconventional ideas.”  Last April we did a Trash the Dress session with Grace and Meaghan Elliott Photography and Capital Romance came across them and asked to feature them.  Spring is such a beautiful time to do a TTD session for all of you fall and winter brides.  It is so fun to get your dress back on and take photos in a completely different setting and season.  You can try different makeup and hair and style your gown in a completely different way with jewelry and shoes.  Sounds like a dream come true to me! […]

  • What a sweet and romantic shoot. I love the picture of the bride dipping her toes in the water. She looks delightfully happy!

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