Knotties Tell All: Would You Trash Your Dress?
‘I’m going to trash it on our 1 year anniversary with the same photographer at the same spot, on a beach…’ –Aliesha
‘I had planned to either trash it or sell, it but became too sentimental after the wedding to do either, so it’s staying in the wardrobe. – Amanda
‘I’m going to keep mine… I couldn’t trash it, it’s too special’ –Samantha
‘I would like to trash it, but my fiancé can’t understand why I would spend so much money on a dress just to trash it, I planned to get it dry cleaned afterwards’ -Tenika
‘Omg I can’t imagine trashing it!! It’s my wedding dress for goodness sake!! My ultimate princess dress which cost a lot of money! No way I’m trashing it!!!!’ -Kristy
‘I’m planning to – my photographer suggested an eBay or cheap white formal dress rather than my actual wedding dress’ – Emma
‘Mine is dry cleaned and boxed up in my cupboard I can’t bare the thought of trashing it, cost too much and now has far too many memories associated with it ♥’ – Alexis
‘I plan on using the train as part of a naming ceremony/christening gown or party dress for any future children. Then possibly having it cut to a tea length and dyed to wear to a ball if possible’ –Kirsty
‘I would never trash my dress! I think it’s a silly and ungrateful trend personally – try donating your dress to charity or selling it second-hand to a bride who may not be able to afford her dream dress at retail price. That’s what I may do’ –Christina
‘For the retail price of one dress, I’m having two! One for the ceremony and one for the reception! But in no uncertain terms would I “trash” either?! I’d rather wear my reception dress on our travelling honeymoon. Much like the “travelling garden gnome” shots ’ –Ebony
‘I would never trash my dress!! It’s a trend that baffles me’ -Rachel
Are you trashing your wedding dress? What are your plans for your gorgeous gown post-wedding?