Wistful is quite possibly the singularly best possible word I can think of to describe this wonderfully dreamy gulf coast beach boudoir. Florida boudoir photographer Remnant Boudoir was able to photographically articulate such a strong emotion in a way that not many can. While the photography is divine it is only one half of this beach boudoir equation, the other armed by Florida event stylist Ivey Weddings & Events. The overarching story line is a bride longing for her love, who writes him a love letter sent off to find him in a bottle adrift at sea. The team created an oasis for our bride using soft textural fabrics in a neutral palette which mirrored that of their sugar beach surroundings. To embody the very essence of romance, candles flickered in lanterns, a calligraphy quill was used in homage to communications of old, while a lingerie overcoat danced in the wind. There could be little better a recipe for wistful romance then the moments captured here, set in a wash of soft beachy mauve undertones, each crafted into boudoir perfection.
There are so many sweet little details to today's garden boudoir session from Texas wedding photographer Pine and Blossom Photography that I am practically in a dream state just looking at it all! With only a short window of around 30 minutes to shoot before sunset, the Texas wedding vendor team, which also included florist Marion's Orange Poppy and makeup artist Makeup By Kim Ramirez, transformed their private residence locale into something right out of the movies. Set along a babbling brook, a simple table was set which featured boho wedding details like a texture whipped wedding cake topped with real blooms to a simple blue crackle plate place setting. Vintage books, along with a gold geometric piece were combined with a few naturally found elements from their surroundings to complete the simple setup, giving maximum design impact! Moss rings dotted with floral clusters were suspended from the trees above, creating the perfect garden boudoir playground for our gal. The rest was all about the easy, beautiful, and slightly moody moments that gorgeously captured her spirit. As if all of that wasn't enough...
With the temperature steadily dropping heading into fall, this tropical boudoir treat from Puerto Rico wedding photographer Vanessa Vargas Photography feels almost like a saving grace! Nestled into the garden oasis that is the Blue Boy Inn, we're gifted with a steamy tropical boudoir session that is just as sexy as it is all about the covered beauty. Working with long flowing veils & head scarves from Cloried Postiche along with a uniquely feathered garter from Kim D'Or, its really all about the stylish details that make it so chic. Araunas Make Up did a gorgeous job articulating just the perfect loose & swoopy braided updo, a look that eats up the tropical atmosphere. Paired perfectly with the world around her, our dreamy gal also carries a tropical inspired bouquet from Rincon Events, hinting ever so subtle back to our loosely swept up do. The beauty to Vanessa's tropical boudoir is the perfect mix of oasis like setting, feminine lingerie choices and the touch of blooms, each carefully crafted to elevated every moment, allowing for the most cozy of tropical boudoir moments!
You know I am a sucker for outdoor boudoir! There is just something so very perfect about being a la nature, in just a few simple things and letting natural light take its course. Tennessee wedding photographer JoPhoto headed down to Charleston South Carolina to meet up with one of her bride's for a dreamy garden boudoir session. Charleston is nothing if not a land with endless beauty, this time calling upon the sprawling grounds of Middleton Place Plantation. The beauty to this garden boudoir is simple white lingerie choices, the botanical surroundings absent of colorful blooms, and a touch of greens for our girl herself. The natural beauty of both Allison & Middleton Place truly take center stage, once again proving not all boudoir need scream obvious sex. To mix things up a touch, the duo also played with gorgeous veils and head caps from Kelly Spence making for some deliciously iconic veil shrouded frames. Shrouded veils shots are stunning enough, toss them into a natural surroundings and they are down right breathtaking, non? You're never going to get me over outdoor boudoir sessions, and I firmly believe today's garden boudoir is just another visit to the proof is in the pudding check box!
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