Happy Valentine’s Day! Did you do anything fun for your special someone? If you’re stumped on finding or creating the perfect romantic gift for your partner, today’s topic is for you: the boudoir shoot. Keep reading for tips and to see a fabulous styled Montreal boudoir photography session.
Generally, boudoir photography involves a bride-to-be posing for seductive photos that are compiled into an album and given to the groom as a wedding gift. Boudoir hasn’t yet entered the mainstream South Asian wedding planning process. This may be due to our conservative culture whereby the bride is traditionally “shy” and couples are sometimes not intimate until their wedding night. If you feel that boudoir is not an option prior to your wedding, then why not do it afterwards? Embrace your sexy self for an anniversary, Valentine’s or birthday gift for your spouse! (Heck, even do it for yourself as a reminder of how beautiful and sensual you are.)
This boudoir session by Montreal’s Adorro Impressions Photography is sweet, romantic, and downright pretty. Jessica Wolfe of Adorro styled this tasteful shoot for bride-to-be Catherine by using soft pastels, light and airy fabrics, and handmade paper cranes to symbolize a long and prosperous marriage. The results are seriously dreamy.
Catherine looks so confident and gorgeous. Her husband-to-be is one lucky guy! Thank you Adorro Impressions Photography for the ethereal photos.
What say you, readers? Will you be doing a boudoir shoot?
- Photography and styling: Adorro Impressions Photography (Montreal, Québec)
- Submitted via: Two Bright Lights
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