Actually, forget about any clothes at all. One bride wore nothing but a veil and bouquet of flowers while another couple embraced in a provocative position, although the photos were carefully taken to avoid displaying full-frontal nudity. To experience making yourself look different in any way. The church at Thamestown pictured has never in fact hosted a wedding - it is there for purely photographic purposes and is very popular. According to Olivia, she found out about the extreme lengths brides and grooms were going to in order to get great photographs when she first moved to Shanghai with her family four years ago.
Speaking about the most popular set-ups, Olivia explained it's all about that European elegance for Chinese brides and grooms.
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