After taking engagement pictures, you’re hopefully loosened up and almost used to being the center of attention behind the camera. Have you wanted an excuse to get behind the camera one more time before your big day? Or are you looking for an incredibly intimate Valentine’s day gift for your man?
Look no further, I have an idea for you!
Try a boudoir photo shoot!
Stop! I see the wheels turning and the negative thoughts swirling, boudoir is not what you might think it is. It has truly transformed from uncomfortable lingerie and awkward poses. Now, don’t get me wrong, if you got a new teddy at your bachelorette party and want to bring it along for the shoot, by all means, bring it! But, it is not necessary!
(Photo credit // Purpera Style. Forever Bride Deal: Custom slideshow from your shoot and a $50.00 credit toward a print product!”
Comfort is key. Grab a comfy tee, maybe even your guys’ favorite button down, some cute panties and you’re ready to go!
(*Photo credit // Lucy Stange Photography. Forever Bride deal: Free Boudoir Gifts ($175 Value))
To help make you feel comfortable and confident, the most important piece of advice I can give is to do things you’d do in your own home. Whether that’s snuggling up in a warm blanket, or drinking a glass of wine by the fireplace, every photographer’s goal is to portray the real you. They want to let your natural beauty shine through!
I know, being photographed in your favorite tank top might still be weird, but we have amazing partners that will make sure you leave feeling great about the session and your photos!
Check them out here & contact them directly through the contact form. Oh, & don’t forget to mention Forever Bride to get a special deal!
(*Photo credit // Iris Studios Photography. Forever Bride deal: Complimentary “Little Black Book”)
Thinking about giving it a shot? Read our “Everything you need to know about boudoir photography” blog post to get some burning questions answered.
photo // Purpera Style
photo 3 // Lucy Stange Photography
photo 1 & 6 // Aminda Villa
photo 5 // Iris Studios Photography