A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

April 3 2017 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: The Girl Tyler
A muddy four-wheeling ATV trash the dress anniversary sesh
Photos by The Girl Tyler

A couple of brews, some anniversary celebrating, and a whole lot of mud — this ATV anniversary shoot was also a trash-the-dress shoot by default. How could it not be when they were flying at full speed through the countryside?

Courtney and Seth wanted to do this muddy anniversary session while 4-wheeling since they both love speeding through the wilderness. They ended the day crashing with beers at Seth's grandmother's house. Let's take a look at how fun a mud-covered dress can be…

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A super muddy four-wheeling dress-trashing anniversary photo sesh

A muddy four-wheeling ATV trash the dress anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling ATV trash the dress anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling ATV trash the dress anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling ATV trash the dress anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling ATV trash the dress anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling anniversary sesh

A muddy four-wheeling anniversary sesh

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Photography: The Girl Tyler • Dress: David's Bridal

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