Trash the Dress Photographer │ Justin & Amanda

I am so thrilled this session finally happened!!! When I was first chatting with Justin & Amanda about their wedding, Amanda mentioned that she really wanted to do a trash the dress session sometime after the wedding. I had never done one, and they are completely up my alley. I freaking LOVE shooting weddings, but often we don’t get the same opportunities for creativity, because the bride is worried her dress will get wet, dirty, dusty, ripped etc. So you can understand why I so badly wanted to shoot one of these!! And because Amanda and I go way back (we used to work together), it was such a fun, comfortable session. I took my hubby Erik along, and the 4 of us hung out for a few hours, exploring Deep Cove, and then went out for dinner and drinks post-shoot. After changing out of our wet clothes in a parking lot. We’re classy that way.
And just to put it out there, “trash the dress” is a bit of a misnomer. I’m not 100% sure on the meaning of that word, but I’m pretty sure I’m using it in the correct context, and it sounds really cool. But we don’t necessarily “trash” your dress. In fact, I’m pretty sure Amanda was disappointed in the amount of trashing we did. She was up for ANYTHING. But we may get wet, we may get a bit dirty, but this stuff can all get cleaned out after the session! So don’t be afraid, and BOOK YOURS TODAY!!!
Without further ado…
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A huge shout out to Deep Cove Kayak for allowing us the use of their paddleboards for a few photos! This one turned out to be one of my favorites EVER!!
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Thanks again you two!!

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