Goth ‘n Grunge
December 4, 2009
The dark feel of this trash the dress shoot is pretty damn fabulous huh? I am loving Michelle’s black fishnets, patent shoes and feathers in her hair – they certainly make for a grungy edge to the shoot. Michelle even made a dead flower bouquet to really empathise the gothic-esque feel.
The shoot took place on Michelle & Mike’s 3 year anniversary – they wanted to have a shoot to remember the occasion and this has certainly done that!
Thanks to Gina for sharing this shoot today
Gina Kolsrud Photography
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