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The fourth is that the bride is absurdly and obnoxiously rich and bought a dress just to trash it.

The juxtaposition of the fancy wedding dress against a pile of rubbish is too cool and ironic to pass up such a photo opportunity.

Mel, who is in her mid-20s, is said to be "a strong-willed feminist," and is the character dating female detective, Soo Jin Her witchy power is freezing time.

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On January 5, 2015 by The Feminist Bride With 0 Comments - Alternatives, Bridal Boldness, Bride, Bridesmaid, Consumerism, Couples' Stories, Culture, Etiquette, Feminism, Feminist, Feminist Wedding, Gowns, Groom, History, Identity, Marriage, Pop Culture, The Feminist Bride, Tradition, Wedding, Wedding Party, Wedding Planning, Wedding Traditions, Wife, Women Allegedly, trashing the dress became a thing circa 2001 courtesy of Las Vegas wedding photographer, John Michael Cooper.

Cooper may have gotten the idea as early as 1998 when he watched an episode of , in which Meg Cummings threw a massive tantrum and her bridal self into the ocean after her wedding was interrupted.

And from there an idea was born, “I can make this type of crazy, sexy.” With the average wedding dress costing

On January 5, 2015 by The Feminist Bride With 0 Comments - Alternatives, Bridal Boldness, Bride, Bridesmaid, Consumerism, Couples' Stories, Culture, Etiquette, Feminism, Feminist, Feminist Wedding, Gowns, Groom, History, Identity, Marriage, Pop Culture, The Feminist Bride, Tradition, Wedding, Wedding Party, Wedding Planning, Wedding Traditions, Wife, Women Allegedly, trashing the dress became a thing circa 2001 courtesy of Las Vegas wedding photographer, John Michael Cooper.

Cooper may have gotten the idea as early as 1998 when he watched an episode of , in which Meg Cummings threw a massive tantrum and her bridal self into the ocean after her wedding was interrupted.

And from there an idea was born, “I can make this type of crazy, sexy.” With the average wedding dress costing $1,211, it’s hard to imagine why a bride would want to demolish a dress that Oscar de la Renta described as “the most important dress in the life of a woman,” so the question remains, why destroy it? The first theory is the most basic; brides want to get a little more mileage and fun out of it, which ironically renders it unwearable for future fun.

The second assumes the bride is trying to stick it to the wedding industrial complex.

Sometimes ‘trashing the dress’ can be constructive deconstruction though.

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On January 5, 2015 by The Feminist Bride With 0 Comments - Alternatives, Bridal Boldness, Bride, Bridesmaid, Consumerism, Couples' Stories, Culture, Etiquette, Feminism, Feminist, Feminist Wedding, Gowns, Groom, History, Identity, Marriage, Pop Culture, The Feminist Bride, Tradition, Wedding, Wedding Party, Wedding Planning, Wedding Traditions, Wife, Women Allegedly, trashing the dress became a thing circa 2001 courtesy of Las Vegas wedding photographer, John Michael Cooper.Cooper may have gotten the idea as early as 1998 when he watched an episode of , in which Meg Cummings threw a massive tantrum and her bridal self into the ocean after her wedding was interrupted.And from there an idea was born, “I can make this type of crazy, sexy.” With the average wedding dress costing $1,211, it’s hard to imagine why a bride would want to demolish a dress that Oscar de la Renta described as “the most important dress in the life of a woman,” so the question remains, why destroy it? The first theory is the most basic; brides want to get a little more mileage and fun out of it, which ironically renders it unwearable for future fun.The second assumes the bride is trying to stick it to the wedding industrial complex.Sometimes ‘trashing the dress’ can be constructive deconstruction though.

,211, it’s hard to imagine why a bride would want to demolish a dress that Oscar de la Renta described as “the most important dress in the life of a woman,” so the question remains, why destroy it? The first theory is the most basic; brides want to get a little more mileage and fun out of it, which ironically renders it unwearable for future fun.

The second assumes the bride is trying to stick it to the wedding industrial complex.

Sometimes ‘trashing the dress’ can be constructive deconstruction though.

23-year old Shelby Swink was unfortunately jilted at the altar.

So it’s really important to know the limits of safety when ‘trashing the dress.’ If you search for demolition ideas on the Internet, beware that not all you see is real (sometimes it is).

Those photos of brides setting their dress on fire while they are in them…are most likely Photoshopped. Those dresses are probably doused in flammable chemicals.

There’s also plenty of feminist reason to modernize the bouquet especially so it’s less of a double standard and pushy-marriage game.

So if you’re on the fence about whether or not to play the game or want to update it to minimize the downsides to the traditional rules, here are ten modern wedding bouquet toss alternatives.

Instead of wallowing in self-pity, she gathered her bridesmaids and parents and ‘trashed the dress’ and everyone else’s attire with paint.