'Morning After' Wedding Photos: Are Brides Really Doing This?

It's wedding photography shot with a 50 Shades of Grey filter. Some newlyweds are hiring professionals to document what happens after the guests go home. Ali, John, and actress Busy Philipps discuss on the set of "Cougar Town".

Photo by: Michelle Jonne Photography
You're stress-drinking, you're micro-managing the largest event of your life, and playing mediator to random family disputes. Weddings aren't always the best ... more 
Photo by: Michelle Jonne Photography
You're stress-drinking, you're micro-managing the largest event of your life, and playing mediator to random family disputes. Weddings aren't always the best places to capture romance between a bride and groom.

So Michelle Jonne, a 34-year-old New Jersey photographer hatched a more intimate approach to the wedding album. "It's about capturing that moment when everything's peaceful after the wedding," Jonne tells Shine. "I've taken my inspiration from looking at ad campaigns like Armani and Calvin Klein and bringing it to real couples." Sex sells perfume, but does it also sell wedding albums?
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Tue, Aug 28, 2012 1:10 PM EDT

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