We’ve always been pretty fond of Trash the Dress sessions. We know its a bit controversial, and is definitely a hot topic in the destination wedding world, but we just love the beauty and freedom that it brings.

The truth is that in most cases, you’d find that once the wedding is over, brides are always a bit stumped with what to actually do with their wedding dress, and this option definitely answers that question…right? 

If you’re interested in being a little sexy and having a bit of fun the day after you say “I do”, we’d encourage you to book your wedding photographer for just one more day, and head down to the nearest gorgeous beach to have your very own “trash the dress” shoot! We promise you’re not going to regret it, and omg to the stunning photographs you’ll have after…just like these below!

Thank you so much to gvphotographer for sharing this epic album with us, and take a scroll down darlings…we know you’re going to love it! 


This beautiful and fun trash the dress in Los Cabos took place next day of Hagop and Rose´s amazing destination wedding at Pueblo Bonito, newlyweds let their hair down for a beach trash the dress shoot, playing in the surf, rolling in the sand and having a lot of laughs.

This after wedding session took place at the gorgeous beach from Sheraton Los Cabos.

Trash The Dress sessions have evolved dramatically since they started more than a decade ago. These photo sessions began as a way to get “rid” of a dress you will not wear anymore, and your future daughter probably won’t want to wear either. Now it is just a fun session where the dress gets a little bit dirty but not ruined.

Would You Like To Plan Your Dream Trash the dress Photoshoot In Mexico?


Photography: gvphotographer | Dress Designer: Galia Lahav | Accommodation: Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach | DJ: Sammy Flash | Submitted via Two Bright Lights |

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