A Glitter Bridal/Trash the Dress Shoot
April 30, 2012
For her bridal shoot Emma wanted to do something different, and after buying a simple dress she decided to alter it herself as part of the shoot. Scissors, glitter and metallic spray paint all played a role, and I have to say I think I actually prefer the dress afterwards! How about you?
Thanks to Photographer Apryl Ann for sharing these with us.
Apryl Ann Photography
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