Post # 1
I just read an article online in a newspaper about a poor bride in quebec that drowned while doing a trash the dress photoshoot in ber wedding dress while getting photographed at a waterfall. Her photographer tried to save her but her dress was too heavy and she was dragged under. makes me feel sick.
Post # 3
I know, so sad 🙁 I feel for the photographer too, imagine having to live with that (not his fault of course). This is a tragic case, but a good safety warning to others
Post # 4
OMG! I can not imagine how sad her friends and family must be.
Post # 5
Ok. It’s official. I won’t go near any body of water while wearing my dress. That’s horrifying.
Post # 7
wow this i horrible… her poor family, and husband.
Post # 8
This one makes me feel sick, too. Her poor new husband, family, and friends — they all just celebrated their marriage, and now they are mourning her death. Devastating.
Post # 9
I must say, I have just recently learned of the TTD trend and I was always curious what the point was of spending $ on a photo shoot to trash an expensive dress, but I digress… This is just a horrifying story. Awful.
Post # 10
It’s sad. While I may get flamed for this, it was also a horrible lack of common sense on her part. Most wedding dresses are heavy to begin with, let alone trying to swim in it where you can’t even touch the bottom. I feel for her husband and family, but this was a terrible accident where some common sense would have prevented it.
Post # 11
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
All for some pretty photos…..
Post # 13
Yeah, this is terrible. I thought that she fell down a waterfall – wasn’t that what was originally reported?
Still though, just sad.
I guess she got caught up in the moment and didn’t realize that she could be weighed down by the dress. So sad.
Post # 14
That is so sad. Her poor family, especially her husband.