Jan 11, 2018
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WDN Exclusive Images: Trash The Wedding Dress By Naomi Achu

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After poring through bridal magazines, trying on countless gowns in the fitting room and potentially spending more on one item of clothing than you ever will again, you finally found The Dress. Your husband swooned, your mother cried, and your friends couldn’t stop telling you how gorgeous you looked on the big day. Your dress is so pretty that you wish you could wear it every weekend! Unfortunately, you can’t. Well, you could…but you might get a raised eyebrow or two. So now what?

After real bride, Naomi Achu-Akinwande said ‘I Do’ she decided to do something fun & memorable with it and trashed her Maggie Sottero wedding dress. Naomi says ‘I took my gown into the water after my wedding ie “trash the dress” ‘It was sooo much fun.

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Did you save your dress as a keepsake, or donated your dress to charity or did you actually sell it off?

Tell us what you plan on doing with yours once you’re married!

CREDITS:
Make-up Artist – Isoken Asemota at Pouksies Wardrobe
Hairstylist – Isoken Asemota at Pouksies Wardrobe
Photographer – Paul A. Greene Photography

Location – The Gambrills Mansion – MD
Wedding Dress: Juliette by Maggie Soterro

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Twitter handle: @naomiachu

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