Sometimes clients book a boudoir or modern glamour session for themselves.  Another reason to consider a boudoir portrait session is as a gift to their partner.  A wedding is a great excuse.  Here are a few of my favorite images from a recent bridal boudoir session. 

      A great mix of textures against bare skin: lace, mesh, tulle, and faux fur.

      Reasons to do a boudoir sessions before your wedding? Practicing means confidence in front of the camera!  Try out hair and make up looks! Have fun that you can indulge in yourself and then later share and relive with your partner.  

      The word bridal make us think romantic white tulle and white lace, you can step further, like M did.  Keeping the classic white, ivory or blush tones, you can then play up different textures.    Accessories like a wedding veil, headpieces, or jewelry can add personal touches of bridal glamour.  M brought the gorgeous pink silk vintage bed jacket above and paired it with a soft pink bra and bloomers.  

      M chose pieces for her bridal boudoir session that showed off the favorite parts of her body.  She’s got a beautiful face, of course, and she’s obviously put in a lot of work on her shoulders and arms.  

      I love ending boudoir session with the white sheets set.  Simple and beautiful, it becomes all about you.  Here, a vintage silk ivory slip and wedding shoes complete the look. 

      A short slip and an elegant pose is perfect to show off her beautiful legs and wedding shoes. 

      Getting married and curious about doing bridal boudoir session with Modern Glamour?  



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