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Oct 18

Photos: See Luke Bryan’s Wife Caroline’s Fun “Trash The Dress” Shoot

Luke Bryan's Wife Caroline Has a "Trash the Dress" Photo Shoot

Photography: Jillian Hughes; Hair and Concept: Tarryn Feldman;
Makeup: Lyndsay Doyle Davis. Photo courtesy of Bombs Over Betty.

In the last few years it’s become a tradition for some brides to have a “trash the dress” photo shoot. In other words, after the gorgeous wedding portraits have been taken, highlighting the pristine beauty of the wedding gown, the bride heads outside to have a little fun destroying the dress.

Luke Bryan‘s gorgeous wife Caroline recently had a “Trash the Dress, Southern Style” session with Nashville photographer Jillian Hughes, co-owner of Bombs Over Betty. She even brought along two of her best girlfriends, Carah Owen (Randy Owen‘s daughter-in-law) and Tiffany Fallon (wife of Rascal Flatts‘ Joe Don Rooney) and they did the shoot at Caroline and Luke’s farm just outside Nashville.

Luke Bryan's Wife Caroline Has a "Trash the Dress" Photo Shoot

l-r: Tiffany Fallon, Caroline Bryan and Carah Owen. Photography: Jillian Hughes; Hair and Concept: Tarryn Feldman; Makeup: Lyndsay Doyle Davis. Photo courtesy of Bombs Over Betty.

“We decided to create a trash the dress that involved fishing, Fireball Whiskey, Budweiser, ribs and ranch dressing,” says Jillian.

Jillian says the wedding dress Caroline wears in the shoot isn’t the dress she wore when she and Luke tied the knot in December 2006. Caroline, Carah and Tiffany picked up their dresses from David’s Bridal.

To see all the images from the shoot, visit the Bombs Over Betty website and “like” them on Facebook!

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