Maryland Bridal Photography: Reuse the Dress

Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby
Maryland Trash the Dress Photographer Reuse the Dress After Wedding Bridal Portraits Amanda Arnold It Flies By itfliesby

It is not in my nature to "trash" anything. My sister came down from New Jersey yesterday for a "Reuse the Dress" session. This is really great, because it gives a woman a chance to sport the most expensive piece in her wardrobe more than one time in her life. Doesn't that seem ridiculous when you think about it that way?! Pay the most, wear the least? You can also shoot in more informal settings; change up jewelry (all jewelry pictured above is by Stella and Dot and can be ordered using the link to the right on this page); or have a second chance to capture your wedding if the photographer you hired did less than an exceptional job. We were just looking for some fun unexpected places and a chance to reuse her amazing dress. My sister has always loved horses and where some girls may dream of their wedding day, I think she just dreamed of owning a horse...I was happy to be able to get her some stable time to blend with her wedding gown. Special thanks to Patapsco Horse Center for their willingness for us to shoot their and feature Harrington (the horse), to Baltimore graffiti artists, and mother nature for that AMAZING wind.

6 comments:

Janet Dillon Robinson said...

Amazing idea!! ..and really great shots!

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Elizabeth said...

Love these photos! I thought your sister was getting married... what a great idea! Reuse the dress!! I'm ready to bust mine out of preservation! Your sister is beautiful too... gosh you girls were blessed with some great genes!

Amanda Arnold said...

Beth, if you want to do it--I have some great ideas to match the style of your dress...and you!