Post # 1
So I saw on stylemepretty today a photo spread and there was a bride holding 2 chickens in her wedding dress. If you were having a wedding on a farm and you did this as an after Trash the Dress photo then maybe but really I think some of these photographers are just pushing the envelope way too much. I just sat there going who would really do this….
what do you think?
Post # 3
Here’s the pic in case anyone wants to look closer 😉 credits on the site above.
i think it makes for a cute pic, for sure, but definitely fits more in the TTD and less as a ‘traditional’ photo.
Post # 4
Thanks for posting the pic. I couldn’t get it to upload. And yes, def a TTD because you wouldn’t want to pick up dirty chickens in your wedding dress pre-wedding.
Post # 5
Awww I love that picture. It looks so awesome and dude, those chickens look soooooo fluffy. I absolutely love them.
Post # 6
- Wedding: April 2010 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, St. Thomas
Oh my, I’d be so afraid they’d poop on my dress! I personally think that’s going a little far for unique shots, but hey, to each their own! You want chickens? You should have chickens.
Post # 7
I would never do that! Simply because I hate birds, I am slightly scared of them. When I was young, my grandmother had chickens, and I was spurred. Since then, I stay away lol
Post # 8
I would be afraid of bird poop as well. Plus I have this slightly irrational fear that birds are going to peck me to death.
Post # 9
I wouldn’t hold chickens like that even if I was in sweatpants.
Post # 10
@vintage ~ I used Skitch to grab it 🙂
Post # 11
I did lots of crazy TTD like things on my wedding day (hiking, laying down on sappy tree branches, rolling around in the grass, jumping across rocks in a river)… but I’m a total tomboy and relished having my dress hang in tatters by the end of the night. As it stands, it looks just like new… Sophia Tolli builds a sturdy dress!
I totally understand that the vast majority of women would not do what I did… nor would I encourage them to.
Post # 12
for some reason I was thinking they’d be baby chickens, which I totally would have done. Hubby and I are animal people and I would have LOVED including animals, even if it got my dress dirty.
On a totally unrelated note, that picture slightly under it, where the couple is on the yellow bike is SO CUTE! I love the cans on the back lol
Post # 13
Its an interesting picture. But I love my dress too much to do anything that could possibly harm it.
Post # 14
That picture just cracks me up for some reason. I think the chickens are a bit much…next the bride will be milking a cow…LOL
Post # 15
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
Chickens scare the crap out of me, (yes, I’m strange), but I actually think it’s a gorgeous photo. I’d love to have the guts to wrangle chickens in a wedding gown. lol
Post # 16
I saw that photo earlier today and had to laugh–as a country girl, all I’m thinking is “Does that girl realize that chickens poop, peck, scratch, and flap around?” Bleck! Might as well hug a cow while you’re at it.