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Of course I'd need the girls involved

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"Dear brother, the game has changed," Davenport sneered as a familiar girl appeared beside him. Josh suddenly couldn't breath. Bria stood beside him, dressed in all black. "Bria," He gasped and the girl raised her eyes to them. They weren't the normal bright blue, but they were a dark, almost black, blue. "Joshua, so nice of you to join us," Bria smiled and he felt as though he had just been punched. It wasn't her.

"Dear brother, the game has changed," Davenport sneered as a familiar girl appeared beside him. Josh suddenly couldn't breath. Bria stood beside him, dressed in all black. "Bria," He gasped and the girl raised her eyes to them. They weren't the normal bright blue, but they were a dark, almost black, blue. "Joshua, so nice of you to join us," Bria smiled and he felt as though he had just been punched. It wasn't her.

What a women! The love of her life changes his mind + leaves her a week before the wedding. Come wedding day instead of burying her head in the sand she stuck her dress on, phoned the photographer + did a destroy the dress shot with the help of her bridesmaids :) you go girl!

What a women! The love of her life changes his mind + leaves her a week before the wedding. Come wedding day instead of burying her head in the sand she stuck her dress on, phoned the photographer + did a destroy the dress shot with the help of her bridesmaids :) you go girl!

Newlywed Natasha Samuel captured the crazy moment her pristine white wedding dress is lit on fire before she bolts towards the ocean in a hurried attempt to put the flames out. Trash The Dress photo shoots, where brides purposely ruin their wedding gowns in the name of art, is a decade-long trend that can involve anything from colorful paint bombs, to buckets of mud and in some case, balls of fire. Photo credit: White Studio Photography

Newlywed Natasha Samuel captured the crazy moment her pristine white wedding dress is lit on fire before she bolts towards the ocean in a hurried attempt to put the flames out. Trash The Dress photo shoots, where brides purposely ruin their wedding gowns in the name of art, is a decade-long trend that can involve anything from colorful paint bombs, to buckets of mud and in some case, balls of fire. Photo credit: White Studio Photography

Soo, should I ever decide to ruin my dress like this, this is a great idea to do with all the friends' weddings coming up and ones that have recently happened!!

Soo, should I ever decide to ruin my dress like this, this is a great idea to do with all the friends' weddings coming up and ones that have recently happened!!

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