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Southampton Wedding Photography :: April & Will

Film Trash The Dress wedding

I had such a fun time photographing this “trash the dress” session with April and Will. They both were so full of fun energy and we giggled a lot this morning. I love how the images turned out and the dreaminess of it all. I took along a roll of film to compliment the gorgeous shots we got of April trashing her dress.

Love, love, love.

So many moments like this.

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