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Kylie & Scott Trash The Dress

While your mother may cringe in horror to hear that you want not only to “trash the dress”, that beautiful and almost sacred bridal gown you’ve dreamed for years of wearing, but that you also want PHOTOGRAPHS of the actual trashing, it gets us incredibly excited when we have a couple wanting something out of the ordinary in their photos. And it’s always great news for us and our couples when other photographers and active blog sites give recognition to the effort it takes to create amazing photos. While we rarely use the term “trash the dress”, our goal is always to produce work that is beautiful, compelling, unique, and most of all an experience that will be cherished by our couples. Period.

Kylie & Scott are one such couple. They asked us not only to photograph their wedding in NY, but also to artistically portray their enjoyment of a beautiful day of their honeymoon in Cape Cod. The results are going to last each of us a lifetime. We’re happy to see the blog site at has posted some of those photos, as well as some introductory comments by Kylie:

A Honeymoon on Cape Cod

If you’re inspired by photos like these and you’d like to talk about some unusual and fun possibilities for your own wedding day photos, a Day-After session, or even just a funky portrait session if you’re already married, please check in with us! And feel free to write your own comments and ideas by clicking on the COMMENTS link above. We’d love to explore some ideas with you!

  • Ulysses - Consider it our little “gift” to you guys. LOL! So proud of you both for putting everything you could into the session. It made us work that much harder, too.

    I wish I could come up with a perfect line from “The Office”. LOL!June 14, 2009 – 10:46 PM

  • Kylie & Scott - YAY! I am so excited! It was wonderful to come back from our trip to Cape Cod and see this:) You guys ROCK!May 31, 2009 – 1:48 PM

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