Getting things started this morning with an awesome Trash the Dress shoot from photographer Meredith Forrest Kulwicki.
Meredith fantastically captured Michelle’s fearless adventures in the Potomac River, including a chance encounter with a somewhat over-zealous jetskier!
I am LOVING this carefree and hilarious TTD session. I am always amazed by brides that decide to to this. I just had to ask Michelle her reasoning.
So, Michelle shared:
My husband and I got married in April 2007 in York, SC. We’re both from SC and we met my senior year at Clemson University. I decided to trash my dress because I thought it would be a fun and creative way to part with it. I didn’t want to save it because it takes up so much room in my closet and I thought it would be kind of pointless since I’ll never wear it again. I wanted to donate it to a charity that collects used wedding dresses but most (if not all) of the charities require the dress to be cleaned and repaired before they’ll accept it. The estimate I got to clean and repair my dress was close to what I paid for it, so I quickly gave up on that idea. So I decided to trash it!
Click inside for the jet-ski aftermath!!!!
Thank you the Michelle and Meredith Forrest Kulwicki for letting us share these pictures from a very successful Trash the Dress session!
Wow, impressive! Takes guts to trash it I’m sure :)
I feel torn about trash the dress sessions. It’s an amazing opportunity to get some AWESOME photos, but I can’t help feeling like it’s a little blasphemous, too. lol