rolling hills and french lavender

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Flowers: Natural Art by Rebecca Grace // Gown: Pallas Couture // Bride’s Shoes: Valentino

All photographs shot using Fuji, Kodak and Ilford film, processed and scanned by RPL.

18 Responses to “rolling hills and french lavender”

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  1. Avatar for Marissa Marissa says:

    These images are just breathtakingly beautiful! You are so very talented. I love your work!

  2. Avatar for kristie kristie says:

    simple and beautiful and pretty! love <3

  3. Avatar for Jade Jade says:

    Amazing Jemma!!!! What an incredible location!!

  4. Avatar for Brilliana Brilliana says:

    Stunning as always, Jemma. Love the little bee too!

  5. Avatar for Hannah Hannah says:

    LOVE these images Jemma!! This is such a breathtaking location. LOVE it

  6. Avatar for Patricia Patricia says:

    Just as beautiful as there wedding day

  7. Avatar for Purdy Loftus Purdy Loftus says:

    Julian and jay I just love these beautiful photos of you both they are stunning luv to u both xoxo

  8. Avatar for B E N B E N says:

    Really nice Jemma!!

  9. Avatar for Alex H Alex H says:

    Soooo pretty and romantic! These guys look so in love and so sweet, you have captured the beauty of the location and the essence of their relationship so well.

  10. Avatar for gaby j gaby j says:

    amazing field and stunning dress!

  11. Avatar for Jess Jess says:

    Absolutely breathtaking…. Jay & Julian – such a beautiful couple, this captures your essence perfectly xx

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  13. Avatar for Cindy Habel Cindy Habel says:

    Breathtaking photography…one of the most beautiful weddings I’ve seen!

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  16. Avatar for CoolJonny CoolJonny says:

    Such unbelievable beauty! It’s fantastic!

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