Post # 1
I would never dare burn my maggie… but this bride & groom took trash the dress to the next level.. i loved this trash the dress cinamatic video..
tell me what you guys think !!
lets see if it loads if not ill post the link ..
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Trash the Dress Phil and Nicole 11-01-09 from JeffMaf on Vimeo.
Post # 3
ok so the video did not go into the post click the link and check out the video tell me what you bee’s think ?
Post # 4
check out this recent post
Post # 5
There was a post about this recently and I couldnt believe me eyes. I mean what bride in their right mind would BURN their dress. I mean I would do a Trash the Dress photoshoot but I wouldnt go so far as to burn my dress maybe jump in a lake or something.
Some people are CrAzY.
Post # 6
i was like woeeee…. thats nuts.. lol but hey if you have a gun to your new hubby’s head then im sure shes got it in her to burn her dress lol
Post # 7
oh my god maybe I’ll be the minority on this one, but I am actually horrified. not that they lit the dress on fire but um the gun? yikes! interesting find, though BB!
Post # 8
wow i just posted and didnt realize someone posted about this shoot ..
I love it ! Im not the rock and rool type of girl but i do get the feel of the session.. THE VIDEO SESSION .. i would not make sense to just view the photos..
It was a cinamatic shoot so i believe they were in some sort of character.. The old run down house, the gun, the booze.. I dont think it was not ment to be candid or natural at all.. they stagged each pose to give the effect of being still in time while all other things around them keep going.. If you look close as they kiss and are still in time the leaves are moving behind them.. I think its super artistic & cinamatic.. Think of Mr. & Mrs. Smith .. i think that might be where she got her gun scean from.. And being that it was stagged i believe.. I dont think she burned her dress .. maybe it was just tule in the trash.. I would not do it for me but think of all the couples who did 1920’s shoots they also took on some sort of character for the shoot.. In my opinion she rocked it ! And had alot of people buzzing about it ..
Post # 9
Its a great and interesting find isnt it!! I do love the motion in the video and it would make a great horror film. The photographer and videographer have def done a great artistic job and Im sure the bride and groom had a great time because it is what they wanted and will say yeah how badass were we. Its not for everyone no doubt. But thats why they were the ones to try it out first to show the world how different things can be…someone has to try it first right!!!
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I just think it’s nuts! I mean, the photos are pretty amazing and all…but…wow. I can’t even imagine burning my dress like that!
Post # 11
aww im getting use to my new nick name .. BB ! lol and glad to see everyones votes cooliooo .. im thinking up the next topic lol..
Post # 12
@BB any idea what style maggie that is another bride’s looking
Post # 13
It would be better if the dress actually burning was a fake one… but knowing she’s burning a real dress (that maybe her parents bought for her!?) is like, blasphemy! She needs a dress stunt-double!
Post # 14
I didn’t care for the video at all. It’s the bride’s choice to do whatever she wants with her dress and no one’s right to judge her for it. When you stop to think about it, she won’t ever wear it again and her daughter or daughter in law won’t wear it either as they will have their own fashion tastes. That said, the smoking and drinking in the video didn’t bother me either. The gun was uncalled for. What I didn’t like was how distant and cold they are to each other and in general. There is no minute trace of emotion or love between them at all that any viewer could detect from the video. The only emotion that you can see between them is hostility, and the idea that they were married out of obligation and they can’t stand each other. While it may be considered artsy, I also couldn’t stand that over half of the video was pitch black screen, which is a waste in the end. To each their own.
Post # 15
- Wedding: July 2010 - The Tower Club
I feel like this video needs some context. If it’s just a bride doing her TTD shoot, well, it’s a little over the top for my taste (the gun?!). But, if it’s a character type thing, a commercial shoot, well… it has a little more merit I guess. Nice photography work in the video, though…
Post # 16
I viewed it as totally artistic and set up. I’m sure a double or “fake” dress was used.