Nicole Caldwell

Good Morning Laguna Beach, Trash the Dress

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First Shot of the day, before the sun came up 6:30 a.m., on our way to trash the dress.

More like a celebrate the dress. Put it back on and not worry about getting it sandy, wet, and be free to move on the beach, get your toes sandy, and maybe dip them in the water.

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Good Morning Laguna Beach, Trash the Dress

Good Morning Laguna Beach, Trash the Dress

First Shot of the day, before the sun came up 6:30 a.m., on our way to trash the dress. More like a celebrate the dress. Put it back on and not worry about getting it sandy, wet, and be free to move on the beach, get your toes sandy, and maybe dip them in the water.