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Three months after their wedding in September 2011,

Three months after their wedding in September 2011, Lori McClelland and Chris Kouroupakis, of West Babylon, chose a beach on the North Shore of Suffolk for their Trash the Dress photo shoot. (2011) Photo Credit: Lisa Viox Photography

Trash the Dress photo sessions are extreme bridal portraits taken weeks or months after the wedding in nonbridal settings, such as fields, city streets and beaches and are meant to express a bride's -- and even a groom's -- unique personality.

Liza Galvao traded in stilettos for Steve Madden
Photo Credit: Pennace Photography

Liza Galvao traded in stilettos for Steve Madden boots during her Trash the Dress session with husband, Kenneth. The photos were taken at Stakey's Pumpkin Farm in Aquebogue three months after their wedding. (Oct. 2011)

Liza Galvao traded in stilettos for Steve Madden
Photo Credit: Pennace Photography

Liza Galvao traded in stilettos for Steve Madden boots during her Trash the Dress session with husband, Kenneth. The photos were taken at Stakey's Pumpkin Farm in Aquebogue three months after their wedding. (Oct. 2011)

Liza Galvao traded in stilettos for Steve Madden
Photo Credit: Pennace Photography

Liza Galvao traded in stilettos for Steve Madden boots during her Trash the Dress session with husband, Kenneth. The photos were taken at Stakey's Pumpkin Farm in Aquebogue three months after their wedding. (Oct. 2011)

Three months after their wedding in September 2011,
Photo Credit: Lisa Viox Photography

Three months after their wedding in September 2011, Lori McClelland and Chris Kouroupakis, of West Babylon, chose a beach on the North Shore of Suffolk for their Trash the Dress photo shoot. (2011)

Three months after their wedding in September 2011,
Photo Credit: Lisa Viox Photography

Three months after their wedding in September 2011, Lori McClelland and Chris Kouroupakis, of West Babylon, chose a beach on the North Shore of Suffolk for their Trash the Dress photo shoot. (2011)

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