This is truly the ultimate island wedding experience. Set sail at sunset after you say “I DO” on your chartered catamaran for a spectacular two hour cruise on the Caribbean Sea. You will depart between 4:00 PM and 5:00PM, depending on the time of year. Or, hold your ceremony barefoot right on the catamaran while sailing the sea!
Trash the dress is about capturing amazing photos without the fears you have of ruining your dress on the big day. After the wedding day a professional photographer will follow the bride and groom on an amazing photo shoot where the bride in her wedding dress can take a dip in the ocean, roll in the sand, play in the mud or climb tree’s! There really is no limit!
I can hear some of you say “that is insane! who would want to do that?”. Before you write it off completely think about the incredible and unique images you will create and the wonderful memories you will have of such a fun day. Most wedding dresses will only be worn once, boxed, dry cleaned and kept in the hope that one day your daughter will want to wear it. In all reality, how many actually wear their mothers dresses? Fashion will change so much over the next 20 years, also your daughter might be the wrong size for the dress. Rather than having the dress only have one day to shine, why not create even more memories by doing a Trash The Dress session?
The great thing is you can go as far as you like when trashing the dress. Some brides choose to only get the dress a little wet or have a few photos taken against graffiti walls, others will decide to swin in the ocean, roll in the mud or even set the dress on fire! For those who truly can’t imagine trashing your wedding day gown, some brides bring a second and sometimes more casual dress.
Here are some of the amazing photos of Leah and Eric October 24, 2009.
WEDDING DAY trash the dress. Jill and Dave married on November 30, 2009 at the beautiful private beach house “18 degrees” on North Ambergris Caye. After their intimate ceremony with just the two of them Jill and Dave celebrated their island wedding jumping into the ocean! The water was refreshing and they had a blast “Trashing the Dress”