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Watch a Bride Be Lit on Fire for a 'Trash the Dress' Shoot

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Trash the dress wedding photography—you know, when a bride destroys her wedding gown in the name of a picture and some memories—has been around for well over a decade, and in the years since it became a thing, a bride has probably been lit on fire/have lit themselves on fire at some point. But now there's a video on Facebook showing it go down. Thankfully, there's an ocean nearby? Go watch it here.
· A Brief History of 'Trash the Dress' Photography [Racked]
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