Saturday, 16 October 2010
Trash the Dress photography, rock the frock photography, after wedding photography or what I prefer to call cherish the dress photography has gained popularity over the last few eyars with brides deciding to do something unique with their wedding dress rather than let it sit hidden in the wardrobe. If you store it away it's already forgotten. I was thrilled when I found out that Reni is eager to do something different with her wedding dress.
Emo and Reni are a beautiful young couple who married last year. They live outside of London, but for their wedding anniversary Reni eagerly embraced the idea of Trash the dress wedding photography session where she put on her wedding dress again and did something unique with it. Well, the dress stayed very much intact and beautiful but the results were some beautiful creative wedding photography of her and Emo. I loved their enthusiasm despite the drizzling rain of London and the cold wind. We started at Westminster bridge and walked on the south side for some shots with the Parliament in the background and then moved to take some more photos in front of the London Eye. We certainly had a lot of enthusiastic crowd around cheering the 'newly wedded couple'. We finished with some photos at Charing Cross bridge where I left Emo & Reni to enjoy some time on their own. They had fun in recreating their first wedding dance in the middle of the bridge while enjoying the views of the Parliament, London Eye and St. Paul's cathedral. What better present to yourself than such romantic moments on your anniversary?
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