Boudoir Portraits…Are they for you?

I think boudoir photos get a bad rap. People often think of nudity, promiscuousness and vulgarity when they hear the term boudoir. I’m here to tell you that they are anything but that. I will be the first to admit that they can be, if they are not done correctly or if you have a less then respectable photographer. (DO YOUR RESEARCH) Boudoir portraits should be done with a trusted photographer that you can be yourself with. The photographer should understand that you are inviting them into a personal part of your life. Even if you trust your photographer you might still feel a bit intimidated or uncomfortable so bring a friend with you. This can make you feel more comfortable and at ease.
Boudoir photography doesn’t mean that you should bare all. Overall, boudoir portraits should be classy, elegant and make you feel incredibly sexy and beautiful. They are meant to make you look and feel wonderful and to show just how beautiful you truly are.
Just to throw out an idea of what you can wear for your boudoir portrait session: your husband’s dress shirt and tie with boy shorts or you can have his favorite football jersey and a football in hand.The ideas are endless. You bring a few props and a few outfits and see what works when the time comes.
Boudoir portraits can be a great gift. You can take them for yourself, your fiancé, husband or partner. They are great as a gift for Valentine’s Day, a birthday, a pre-wedding gift for your groom-to-be or just because.If you think you would like to learn more about having your boudoir portrait taken, please contact us. We would love to give you more information and schedule a session with you. We promise, you will have fun and look amazing!

To make an appointment or for more information, go to our contact page and email us or call us as 318-503-2147. We would love to hear from you

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