After Wedding Help

Discussion in 'Wedding Fashion' started by Natalie Ledward, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. Natalie Ledward

    Natalie Ledward

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    Dear All,

    I know this may not be a usual request:

    I have been married (happily) for 5 years! But my dress and shoes are collecting dust,

    I want to wear them again! I have seen trash the dress sessions and they are kinda cool.

    My dress is a vera wang and shoes jimmy choos, they got a little grubby at the wedding, but I thought I would get around to cleaning them, but I havent!

    So I thought in for a penny in for a pound,

    What are peoples thoughts / suggestions?

    Thank you
     
    Natalie Ledward, Apr 24, 2017
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    Becky Administrator

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    Why no! Go for it :D

    I did a photo shoot after my wedding in my dress, and loved every minute of it.
     
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    Natalie Ledward

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    Oh did you? What did you do?
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    I didn't trash my dress, I just did a photoshoot wearing the dress with our wedding photographer. Guess you could call it a 'Rock the Frock' shoot :) It was a really good experience! The shoot took place near where I used to live - a place called Castlefield in Manchester. It's really industrial looking, so made a good contrast to a lady in a white dress :D

    Here's some of the photos:
    https://www.bigday.co.uk/threads/rock-the-frock.1389/page-2#post-18667
     
    Becky, Apr 26, 2017
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