Saturday, August 25, 2007

Thoughts on TTD? (trashing the dress)

Our local paper did a story on this not too long ago. It was a good story, but the repsonses irked me. I just don't understand the controversy.

http://www.kansas.com/living/fashion/story/149290.html

I'll copy the resonses:

Trashing tradition

Comments
i think its great! I love the pictures!
Posted by: parisha

8/16/2007 7:48 AM
Nothing like recycling a story idea from the KC Star.
Posted by:

8/16/2007 8:12 AM
She got the idea from me. I invited her to one of our sessions. Also offered her some of our pics. We do great work!
Posted by: Delano Color Imaging

8/16/2007 8:53 AM
Denise... what's up today's Wichitalk cover photo? Could the Eagle not find a model to fill out the bust of that wedding gown? Geez... find that girl a gown that fits properly!
Posted by: cee

8/16/2007 10:20 AM
ABSOLUTELY, INCREDIBLY INCONSIDERATE!!!My wife spent months planning and weeks making just the right dress that our daughter wanted.Just another modern day, self indulgent, "it's all about me, and I don't care what the cost" attitude. Especially if someone else pays the price, financially and emotionally.Not even remotely respectful or respectable!
Posted by: Dad

8/16/2007 10:53 AM
What a great idea!!! and what awesome pictures. Resale on a wedding dress is next to nothing and like the article said who is going to wear this 30 years down the road, especially if you have only boys.......unless one of your boys becomes a drag queen then it might work....lol
Posted by:

8/16/2007 1:13 PM
These are some she turned down
www.delanocolor.com/TTD-at-CH
Posted by: Delano Color Imaging

8/16/2007 5:41 PM
Check out this website
http://trashthedress.wordpress.com/; the pictures are awesome!!!
Posted by:

8/16/2007 6:06 PM
i like totally agree dad she should've saved that dress for her 2nd or 3rd wedding.
people are so wasteful.
Posted by: it's terrible people actually think for themselves

8/16/2007 7:45 PM
Every generation finds some way to embarrass its traditions. It just gets worse and time goes on. A few may regret the memories brought about by saving the dress for daughters and grand daughters, but fewer and fewer seem to care.
Posted by: Sadbuttrue


What great photos. Trashing your dress isn't for everyone, but most brides today pay for their own dress so let them do what they want. For goodness sake it's a dress their trashing not the marriage!
Posted by: KS mom of 4

8/18/2007 9:17 AM
can't people find better things to do these days? give me a break................
Posted by: plenty of things to do


It just amazes me that so many people feel they can tell others how to live their lives...........
The one about the dad paying for the dress........Umm.....ok, so you want to spend money on something that will sit in a damn box forever, as opposed to something that can get some really great shots for some really great memories?
So glad that we paid for everything ourselves. I would hate for our family to try to dictate how we do our wedding. Of course, our families wouldn't do that anyway, but still.

2 comments:

Lauren said...

As you know, I think TTD is an awesome idea. Now I just have to talk DH into it!

Michelle Stacey said...

well i mean for those who have families against, this coming from a n amateur photojournalist, Dresses don't have to be totally trashed...dry cleaners anyone. Check my blog out where i actually did post some TTD sessions where the dress was still intact after. I think of it as Extreme or Abstract bridal portraits Marc Eric even commented : )